Ephicacy

stablished in 2005 with headquarters in Jersey City, New Jersey, US, Ephicacy was founded with the singular objective of being a niche provider of consultancy, functional and capability enhancement services in the area of data management, biostatistics and CDISC conversion, supporting research and clinical trials activities of leaders in the life sciences industry. Ephicacy’s presence in Bangalore, India was established in 2009 as a Center of Excellence (COE), stemming from our conviction of the locally available talent pool. Our investments in hiring and nurturing talent through well established learning and development processes have led to the creation of a competent and committed team. The COE in India is highly delivery driven with well established SOPs. It has an ISO 9001 : 2008 Certified Quality Management System and an ISO 27001 : 2013 Certified Information Security Management System.

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