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NJ healthcare B2B company IntegriChain is now headquartered in Philly

The company is now based out of 8 Penn Center in Center City, where it will continue to provide channel management for big healthcare players.

As of Jan. 20, IntegriChain is officially headquartered in Center City. (Photo by Flickr user Ahd Photography, used under a Creative Commons license)

Mark down IntegriChain as the latest in a series of health IT-related wins for Philadelphia.
The channel management cloud company, formerly based out of Princeton, N.J., has relocated its headquarters to Center City as of Jan. 20. The relocation follows that of health IT firm Dabo Health, which relocated to Philly from San Francisco last month.
According to its website, IntegriChain’s “leading-edge software” serves nine out of the top 10 pharmaceutical manufacturers. “Our relocation allows our team to be a part of the thriving Philadelphia tech community and be proximate to many of our customers,” CEO Kevin Leininger said in a press release.
IntegriChain helps healthcare suppliers manage sales and business processes.
The company will retain its Princeton office, but the majority of IntegriChain’s staff will now work out of Philly.

Companies: IntegriChain

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