DDi is Selected as the Top 10 Clinical Data Management Solution Providers for 2015 by PharmaTech Outlook

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DDi (Drug Development informatics) is a prominent Technology partner to the Life Sciences industry. DDi, through its innovative tools and solutions, has made remarkable strides in the Clinical Data Management arena.

DDi has been making great strides in the Clinical Data Management arena through its tools & clinical analytics & RBM solutions.

DDi, a Makro company, makes it to Pharma Tech Outlook’s top Clinical Data Management Solution Providers list for its expertise in eClinical Solutions. DDi has built its solution competency with a unique blend of functional and domain expertise to serve the technology needs of global clients. DDi provides smarter technology for Clinical Development, Regulatory and Enterprise domains by providing innovative technology products and solutions for the Life Science organizations of various sizes.

Pharma Tech Outlook has chosen DDi (http://www.ddismart.com) for this annual list of companies which is selected by a panel of experts and members of Pharma Tech Outlook’s editorial board to recognize and promote technology entrepreneurship. “DDi has been making great strides in the Clinical Data Management arena. Their extensive experience and innovative solutions make them a frontrunner in this arena and we are happy to showcase them this year,” said Stacey Smith, Editor-in-Chief, Pharma Tech Outlook. "DDi’s solutions continue to break new ground, benefiting logistics companies around the globe. We are excited to feature them in our Clinical Data Management edition this year.”

“DDi is honored to be recognized by Pharma Tech Outlook’s panel of experts and thought leaders,” said Mahesh Malneedi, the CEO of the Company.

Headquartered in New Jersey (USA), DDi brings innovative tools and solutions for life sciences companies. “DDi products and solutions are built from ground up with “integration” as the foundation. This is both within DDi products and with other vendor products as well,” says Mahesh Malneedi.

Moving ahead, DDi aims to be innovative and utilizing functional domain well, bringing “data costs per patient” significantly down. “Staying relevant is the key for continued success. In this industry, it is comparatively easier as the end benefactor is patient and people get passionate about taking part in this cause alongside constant solution exquisiteness,” summarizes Malneedi on the vision and progress of DDi in the Clinical Data Management & Regulatory space.

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