Espicom Business Intelligence, a provider of market and industry analysis for the global pharmaceutical and medical device industries, has launched Espicom Interactive, a new service which combines Espicom’s information services with an online delivery that is feature rich in user benefits which save time and money.
Tables, graphics and illustrations are instantly opened and saved in MS PowerPoint and MS Excel. Field staff and agents worldwide will benefit from instant machine translation into nine languages, which cover key emerging markets such as Brazil and China.
Eric Wigart, chairman of Espicom, said: “We understand that customers need critical information for their practical day-to-day planning and development work. Such information is to be used, not just read. With the launch of Espicom Interactive we can save customer a whole lot of time and effort.”
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