ProLease

ProLease

Drug delivery A technology that places injectable formulations in a sustained-release format. See Sustained release.
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July 2019: MRI Software recently announced their acquisition of ProLease, a global leader in lease administration, lease analysis, lease accounting, and workplace management applications.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 7, 2019-MRI Software Acquires ProLease to Boost Position in Workplace Management Capabilities
This was headed by Jamie Oldroyd, owner of ProLease - a vehicle leasing company in Warrington - who was sentenced to 14 years and three months as part of a previous trial which ended on May 1.
Oldroyd cloaked his illegal activity by running a vehicle-leasing business called ProLease.
This OCG was headed by Jamie Oldroyd, owner of ProLease -- a vehicle leasing company -- who was sentenced to 14 years and three months as part of a previous trial (which concluded on Wednesday May 1 2019).
The competitive landscape has resulted in number of sustained ere; Alkermes, Prolease, Medisorb), Oral (MacroMed, SQ2Gei; Altus Biologics, Crystalized proteins; Alkermes, PLG microspheres; Spherics, sticky spheres; DepoMed, GR System), Ocular (InSite Vision, Durasite polymer eye drops), and Pulmonary areas too (Acusphere, microspheres; Alkermes, AIR microparticles) (2).
He also recently sold Link Systems' ProLease Lease Administration software to Blackrock, North Fork Bank and Moody's Investor Services.
The company has several areas of focus: (i) controlled, sustained release of injectable drugs lasting several days to several weeks, utilizing its ProLease and Medisorb(R) technologies and (ii) the development of pharmaceutical products based on proprietary pulmonary drug delivery technologies utilizing its AIR technology.
He was the owner of ProLease - vehicle leasing company in Warrington.
He also coordinates Colliers ABR's MRI property management and financial reporting system, ProLease Lease Management system and other technology advances in the property management group.