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Phlexglobal appoints Peter McNaney as CTO

He joins the trial master file technology company from Clinical Solutions

Phlexglobal CTO Peter McNaneyPeter McNaney has joined trial master file (TMF) technology company Phlexglobal as chief technology.

He moves to the company from Clinical Solutions, where he was executive vice president, and prior to that he served as CIO and CTO at UK software company Iris Group.

In his new role at Phlexglobal he will be responsible for managing large scale technology and service transformation engagements as well as delivering strategic consulting and ongoing technology service delivery.

Commenting on his new role he said: “Phlexglobal is synonymous with leading-edge technology solutions and associated services for TMFs and eTMFs (electronic Trial Master Files) and I'm very excited about being a key driver in further developing the portfolio and providing even greater benefits to our clients.”

Phlexglobal provides its clinical research support services to companies in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, CRO and healthcare industries and counts 17 of the top 20 global pharmaceutical companies amongst its clients.

14th November 2012

From: Research

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