[Press Release] Arithmos, part of the PM Holding, announces collaboration with Wings for Life for CSR Project


05 March 2018 (Verona, Italy) –Arithmos, part of the PM Holding, group of companies operating in the life sciences industry, today announced its continued collaboration with Wings for Life as part of its 2018 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project.

The PM Holding group of companies is composed of CROS NT, Arithmos and seQure Life Sciences, and the companies are collaborating on various initiatives to support Wings for Life and its scientific and clinical research. Wings for Life is a non-profit organization supporting cutting-edge international research for spinal cord injuries.

PM Holding collaborated with Wings for Life in 2017 for various fundraising initiatives. Throughout 2018, the group of companies plans to support Wings for Life with various fundraising initiatives including the Wings for Life World Run on 6th of May.

Paolo Morelli, CEO and Owner of PM Holding, said, “we are extremely pleased to extend our collaboration with Wings for Life again this year. Our team is proud of the work we have done in terms of corporate social responsibility, and we are excited to contribute to this new strategic partnership model taking shape in the clinical research environment in which service providers like ourselves apply our strategic and operational knowledge to organizations conducting research for social good – the new moral code in pharma”.

“Wings for Life is the fortunate recipient of PM Holding’s CSR activities.  In addition, our two organizations are well aligned in the focus on cutting-edge international research.  We look forward to continued collaboration towards our shared goals”, said Jane Hsieh, ATP Executive Director at Wings for Life

About Arithmos

Arithmos is an ISO 9001 and ISO 270001 certified IT company focused on Life Sciences industry. Our solutions support multiple clinical trial processes enhancing efficiency and global alignment:

  • Electronic Data Capture: Symphony EDC is an intuitive SaaS EDC solution designed by investigators and developed by Arithmos to allow a quick and autonomous study set up and management, fully in compliance with international standards;
  • Clinical Trial Management: SYNClevy is and Extended Project and Portfolio Management system developed to support clinical project managers in their daily activities’ planning and management, increasing collaboration among all company’s departments and enhancing Clinical Trial Oversight, as required by ICH GCP E6(R2);
  • Pharmacovigilance: Argus Blueprint is a pre-configured, fully validated pharmacovigilance platform for the fast deployment of Argus Blueprint.

About Wings for Life

Every eight hours someone in the UK sustains a spinal cord injury and most become wheelchair users as a result. Spinal cord injury affects people of all ages and backgrounds and is most commonly caused through road traffic accidents, falls, illness or sports. Spinal cord injury happens in a moment, but the impact lasts a lifetime. After an injury, most people live through months if not years of rehabilitative therapy. There is currently no medical treatment available to repair the injured spinal cord.

Wings for Life fund world class scientific research and clinical trials around the globe aimed at finding a cure for spinal cord injury. Since being founded 170 spinal cord research projects have been funded at the world’s most well-respected institutes and a number of vital breakthroughs have been made.

Wings for Life’s research focuses on how to minimize damage, stimulate repair and restore function after an injury to the spinal cord has been sustained. The developments so far provide strong hope that treatment options are closer than they have ever been. However, intensive research work is needed before a breakthrough in human medicine can be achieved.

When you support Wings for Life, 100% of the money you donate will go to directly to spinal cord injury research as the charity’s founders generously cover all of the administrative costs.

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