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Perspecta-Havas JV Named Top Analytics Company in Pharma/Life Sciences; Mac Curtis Comments

Mac Curtis

TYSONS CORNER, VA, August 1, 2018 — A joint venture between Perspecta‘s (NYSE: PRSP) Vencore subsidiary and Havas Health & You has received recognition as “Company of the Year” based on its analytics work in the life sciences and pharmaceutical sector, ExecutiveBiz reported July 20.

Pharma Tech Outlook named HVH Precision Analytics in its “Top 10 Analytics Solution Providers” list following a determination by the magazine’s editorial board and a panel comprised of CEOs, CIOs, venture capitalists and analysts in the field, HVH said July 19.

Mac Curtis, president and CEO of Perspecta and a four-time Wash100 awardee, noted the Perspecta team’s effort to bring its data analytics capability to the healthcare market in support of HVH’s mission to bolster patient care.

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