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|INC Research Appoints New Chief Information Officer to Lead Data Intelligence Initiatives|
Seasoned IT Leader to Drive Global Efficiency Using Advanced IT Strategies
Raleigh, N.C., Dec. 10, 2012 - INC Research, LLC, a therapeutically focused global clinical research organization (CRO) with a Trusted Process® for delivering reliable results, today announced the appointment of Sal Chiovari as its new Chief Information Officer (CIO). Chiovari brings extensive experience in building high-performance teams and managing infrastructure services for global organizations and will lead the Company's worldwide Information Technology (IT) initiatives, including the development of new information systems architectures and strategic plans aimed at improving efficiency for clinical development programs.
"We are excited to have Sal on board. His expertise in infrastructure and process development, along with his experience in developing innovative technological solutions to drive efficiencies in delivery will be instrumental in evolving our Trusted Process®," said David Gill, Chief Financial Officer, INC Research. "With this appointment, INC Research continues to make important strides in becoming the global leader in data-driven intelligence to improve efficiency in clinical development and ultimately lead our customers to make better decisions even faster."
Chiovari brings more than 25 years of experience in IT leadership and data management to the role, including more than a decade of work related to the life sciences industry. He joins INC Research from Smith & Nephew, a global medical technology and devices company where he served as CIO. He also has served in senior IT positions at Primedia Corp. and Baxter International. Chiovari holds a bachelor's degree in business management from the University of Illinois.
INC Research provides the full range of Phase I to IV clinical development services across six continents using its Trusted Process® methodology, a proprietary process-oriented trial management approach that produces actionable data on time and on budget. For more information about the benefits of process-driven clinical research, please view our video or download our Trusted Process brochure.
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