Endpoint Clinical plans expansion

Endpoint Clinical plans expansion

Hyderabad: US-based clinical trial interactive response technology (IRT) company Endpoint Clinical, celebrated the opening of its new and expanded Hyderabad office to accommodate continued growth in the region. Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary of Information Technology (IT), officially opened the office on Tuesday. 

The company opened its office in Hyderabad last year. The new office opened by Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary of Information Technology (IT) on Tuesday will support Endpoint’s rapidly growing global customer base.    

Speaking on the occasion, Jayesh said the government's 'investment-friendly' industrial policy TS iPass, coupled with the fact that the state is geographically located at an ideal place in the country, among others, made it ideal place for investments.

“As endpoint continues to expand into EU and APAC, our need for attracting the best and brightest talent continues to grow,” says Sri Kadari, Senior Account Director.  “Endpoint’scustomer-obsessed culture requires that we aggressively build top talent around the world to support our clients’clinical trial needs.”
“We are delighted to provide a state-of-the art facility in Hitech City for our Hyderabad team members, where everyone is able to focus on providing best-in-class IRT solutions and support to our customers. We look forward to partnering with new clients in the APAC region, and continuing to strengthen our relationships with the companies with whom we’re already working,” said Chuck Harris, CEO of endpoint. 
Endpoint is an interactive response technology (IRT) systems and solutions provider that supports the life sciences industry. The company’s solutions, realised through the proprietary PULSE platform, help clients to maximize the supply chain, minimize operational costs, and ensure timely and accurate patient dosing. Endpoint is headquartered in San Francisco, California, with offices across the United States, Europe, and Asia.

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