CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., March 24, 2015

OpenQ today announced that the Company has joined the Veeva OpenKey Partner Program.

Veeva OpenKey is a bold new approach to provide life sciences companies with customer data for healthcare professionals (HCP), healthcare organizations (HCO), and affiliations and do so with consistent standards for quality and service.

The Veeva OpenKey Partner Program makes it easy for life sciences companies to access and maximize customer data. Today, companies’ ability integrate and share data is hampered by restrictive vendor contracts. With data access agreements and partnerships in place with key providers, like OpenQ, Veeva OpenKey does away with those complications to make using customer data seamless and more cost-effective.”We are very pleased to be partnering with Veeva as part of the newly formed Veeva OpenKey Partner Program,” said Mike Fahy Director of Business Development.  “In the world of medical affairs management data is of the highest importance.  Through this partnership the ability to quickly access and compile accurate data for OpenQ customers is enhanced leading to an even greater solution.

“We are pleased to work with OpenQ in the Veeva OpenKey Partner Program,” said Jason Wreath, Vice President, Veeva OpenKey. “Making data interactions open and easy is great for customers and great for the market overall.”

Based in Charlottesville, Virginia, OpenQ helps life science companies harness the power of medical networks to reach healthcare providers (HCPs) compliantly and efficiently.  OpenQ’s solutions combine Big Data with expert validation and software applications to deliver actionable information that mitigates compliance risks, while leveraging the latest cloud-based and mobile applications to improve compliant medical network access, collaboration and management.  The Company offers award-winning solutions for KOL Management, Medical Affairs Programs, Study Management & Grant Funding, and Speaker Programs. To learn more about OpenQ’s offerings, visit

Media Contact:
Matt Phillips
OpenQ, Inc.

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