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MedNet Solutions Announces Significant Enhancements to ENLIGHTEN, Its Flagship EDC / eClinical Solution
Date:2/16/2011

MINNETONKA, Minn., Feb. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- MedNet Solutions, a global life sciences technology solutions company specializing in clinical study management systems, is pleased to announce the latest release of ENLIGHTEN®, the company's flagship eClinical solution.  The ENLIGHTEN system, which provides a proven, highly configurable, and easy-to-use electronic data capture (EDC) and clinical trial management system (CTMS), has effectively supported the world-wide clinical research needs of pharmaceutical and medical device companies for over 10 years.

The latest ENLIGHTEN release contains numerous enhancements which fall into three major categories: 1) expanded reporting capabilities that provide users with superior report creation flexibility and increased data visibility, 2) increased configurability to more quickly and easily meet customers' unique, study-specific requirements, and 3) optimized system performance to ensure rapid system response times and a superior user experience.

"For over a decade, ENLIGHTEN has successfully supported clinical studies of all types – from large to small, from early phase trials to post market registries, and across virtually every therapeutic area," remarked Al Sherwood, MedNet's Senior Vice President of Research and Development and co-founder of MedNet Solutions. "Proof of ENLIGHTEN's success is MedNet's exceptionally high level of repeat customer business.  But we're not resting on our laurels…we're committed to continuing to enhance our systems to better meet our customers' evolving needs."

"The last thing a sponsor should have to worry about is their EDC partner," stated John M. (Rob) Robertson, President and CEO of MedNet Solutions.  "And with MedNet, there's no need to worry. From our proven systems to our experienced, hardworking, and responsive staff, MedNet is the eClinical company our customers know they can rely on and trust.
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