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INC Research Names CIO

December 12, 2012

Chiovari to lead worldwide IT initiatives

Sal Chiovari has been appointed chief information officer at INC Research. Mr. Chiovari will lead the company’s worldwide IT initiatives, including the development of new information systems architectures and strategic plans aimed at improving efficiency for clinical development programs.
 
Mr. Chiovari has more than 25 years of experience in IT leadership and data management. He joins the company from Smith & Nephew, a global medical technology and devices company where he served as CIO. He also served in senior IT positions at Primedia Corp. and Baxter International.
 
“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.”

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