Freyr Listed in Top 20 Most Promising Pharma and Lifesciences Tech Solutions Providers List – 2017 by CIOReview

Freyr has been listed in the Top 20 Most Promising Pharma and Life Sciences Tech Solution Providers -2017 List. The finalists were judged and selected by the panellists that included CEO’s, CIO’s, industry analysts and CIO Review’s editorial team.

Princeton, NJ, October 23, 2017 —- Freyr has been listed in the Top 20 Most Promising Pharma and Life Sciences Tech Solution Providers -2017 List. The finalists were judged and selected by the panelists that included CEO’s, CIO’s, industry analysts and CIO Review’s editorial team.

“What we found highly commendable about Freyr is its capability to offer a panacea to the small, mid-sized and large bio-pharma companies for all the regulatory requirements, covering the entire regulatory value chain. We appreciate Freyr’s incessant endeavour to update their solutions aligned with the latest regulatory guidelines, and we are excited to have them featured on our top companies’ list,” quoted Sudhakar Singh, Editor, CIOReview India.

“We are delighted to be recognized by the CIO Review’s thought leaders and doyens,” said Suren Dheenadayalan, CO-CEO, Freyr. “Freyr has always been at the forefront in delivering amazing experience to its customers that tunes with the ever-changing demands of the Pharma and Life Sciences Industry. With dedicated solutions that cater to Regulatory requirements of the Life sciences industry, Freyr has been successful in consolidating different services in a single bundle thus rightfully gaining its position in top 20 Most Promising Pharma & Life Sciences Tech Solutions Providers list,” added Suren.

To look at the complete list please visit https://www.cioreviewindia.com/magazines/pharma-and-life-sciences-special-september-2017/

About Freyr:
Freyr is a leading, niche, full-service global Regulatory solutions and services company supporting, large, mid and small global Life Sciences companies, (Pharmaceutical |Generics | Medical Device | Biotechnology | Biosimilar | Consumer Healthcare | Cosmetics) in their entire Regulatory value-chain; ranging from Regulatory Strategy, Intelligence, Dossiers, Submissions etc. to Post- Approval / Legacy Product Maintenance, Labeling, Artwork Change Management and other related functions.

Freyr is a trusted partner, providing end-to-end Regulatory services, across Top 20 global brands for 14 of the Forbes* Global Top 10 Fortune 500 Healthcare / Life Sciences, Mid-market $1+ Billion Bio Pharma, and Several Small-Medium, Fast Growing Life Sciences companies, CROs and Standards Agencies. Freyr is one of the few global companies to have pioneered specialized Centers of Excellence (CoEs) exclusively focusing on the end-to-end Regulatory processes which are supported by rapidly growing global teams of 400+ Regulatory professionals.

Headquartered in Princeton (New Jersey, USA) and offices / delivery hubs in Maidenhead UK, Frankfurt Germany, Dubai UAE, Nezahualcoyotl Estado de Mexico, and Hyderabad India(Global Delivery Center).

ISO 9001 Certified for strong process and quality management.

ISO 27001 Certified for information security management, state-of-the-art infrastructure and robust BCP & DR site.

Freyr has received Frost & Sullivan’s Best Practices Award – 2016, for “Knowledge Process Services for Pharmaceutical Life Sciences Growth Excellence” and has been ranked 11th in “2016 Deloitte Technology Fast50”.

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