Awards & News

 

September 2011
Inc. 5000 Highlights Innovative Analytics' Business Model
http://www.inc.com/inc5000/profile/innovative-analytics

April 1, 2011
Innovative Analytics honored as one of 2011's "Michigan 50 Companies to Watch"
http://www.southwestmichiganfirst.com 2011 Press Release

September 1, 2010
Kalamazoo-Based Innovative Analytics Inc. Ranks No. 1911 on the 2010 Inc. 5000 with Three-Year Sales Growth of 141%
http://www.southwestmichiganfirst.com 2010 Press Release

September 10, 2009
Innovative Analytics recognized as one of the fastest growing small companies by Inc. Magazine (#350).

January 22, 2009
Innovative Analytics recognized by the Society for Clinical Data Management (SCDM) as a Certified Clinical Data Manager (CCDM) Industry leader. www.scdm.org

December 10, 2008
Innovative Analytics joins Southwest Michigan First Council of 100.

February 2007 — Southwest Michigan First honors two more Catalysts for Success in the Kalamazoo Region http://www.southwestmichiganfirst.com/CatalystAwardPicturesMarch2007.cfm

January 2007 — Great Lakes IT Report
Kalamazoo life sciences startup outgrows incubator, moves downtown: Fueled by growing revenues and an expanding workforce, a start-up life sciences company that was incubated in Kalamazoo Valley Community College's Michigan Technical Education Center is establishing new headquarters in downtown Kalamazoo.

Established in October of 2003 by former Pfizer Inc. researchers Patricia Ruppel and James Dancy, Innovative Analytics was the first start-up enterprise to locate in the second-floor incubator of the college's M-TEC in February 2004. Encouraged by Southwest Michigan First to apply for Michigan Life Science Corridor funding, Innovative Analytics received a grant to provide data-management and statistical-analysis services for clinical, pharmacogenomic and biomarker research trials. With gross revenues exceeding $1 million during 2006, Innovative Analytics has pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical-device clients in the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, Iceland, France, Great Britain and Germany.

Ruppel and Dancy, who were colleagues in a Pfizer experimental medicine unit in downtown Kalamazoo, brought with them 27 and 17 years, respectively, of Kalamazoo-based experience with The Upjohn Co. and Pharmacia. They both left Pfizer in the fall of 2003.