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Sponsors And CROs Rapidly Adopting MedNet Solutions' eClinical Technology Platform
Date:9/3/2014

MINNETONKA, Minn., Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- MedNet Solutions, a global life sciences technology company specializing in clinical study management systems, is pleased to announce that sponsors and CROs around the world are increasingly selecting iMedNet™ EDC as their eClinical solution of choice.  New iMedNet customers include multiple Top 10 Clinical Research Organizations (CROs) as well as Top 10 pharmaceutical/animal health companies. 

Industry-leading life sciences organizations of all sizes – including medical device, biotech, pharma, IVD, research consortiums, CROs and consultants – are benefitting from the exceptional configurability, efficiency and cost savings provided through MedNet's highly innovative, cloud-based iMedNet technology platform.

"The clinical research community isn't satisfied with the limited flexibility and functionality of the old 'EDC only' products of the past," remarked John M. (Rob) Robertson, President and CEO of MedNet Solutions.  "They want highly-configurable, low-cost and extremely intuitive 'build-it-yourself' solutions that allow them to get their studies up and running quickly and efficiently.  They want all-in-one solutions that deliver everything they need to effectively manage their clinical research projects…from site management and inventory control, to query management and real-time data dashboards.  And that's exactly what they get with iMedNet."

See why iMedNet is quickly gaining traction as the preferred eClinical solution for studies of all phases, sizes and therapeutic categories.  Schedule your own complimentary iMedNet demo by email: contact@mednetstudy.com or by phone: 1-866-258-2735.<
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