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Teva Earns Top 50 Ranking 2010

Information Week 500 (NA) 9/15/2010

Teva USA is proud to announce that it ranked 48th on 2010 InformationWeek 500 – a ranking of the top technology innovators

in the US. The annual list was revealed in September at the InformationWeek 500 Conference in Dana Point, CA.

Teva USA broke through to the exclusive Top 50 ranking for its innovative use of business technology.

In particular, InformationWeek highlighted Teva USA’s innovative ePedigree solution which provides the capability to enable the track and trace of its pharmaceutical products from point of manufacture to end consumers. “A hearty congratulations for the entire IT team both global and local", said Bill Marth,

President and CEO of Teva Americas. “This is a great accomplishment for Teva USA and our IT team. It is recognition of Teva’s commitment to use technology as our competitive advantage and our IT team to

bring real value and innovation to the business,” commented Jimmy Wang, VP & CIO Teva Americas.

“For 22 years, the InformationWeek 500 has honored the most innovative users of business

technology,” said InformationWeek Editor In Chief Rob Preston. “As we start to emerge from the worst recession in decades, the IT focus is now on driving growth-new sources of revenue, new relationships

with customers, even new business models. This year’s ranking placed special emphasis on those

companies and business technology executives leading that charge.”

InformationWeek identifies and honors the nation's most innovative users of information technology

with its annual 500 listing and also tracks the technology, strategies, investments and administrative practices of America’s best-known companies.

Teva USA finds itself in elite company with other Top US firms in the Top 50 ranking such as Vanguard, Merck, Coca Cola, Verizon Wireless, Eli Lilly, HP, Procter & Gamble, and Lockheed Martin. The InformationWeek 500 rankings are unique among corporate rankings as it spotlights the power

of innovation in information technology, rather than simply identifying the biggest IT spenders.