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AAIPharma Deploys Clinical Force CTMS (Clinical Trials Management System)
Date:1/28/2009

Clinical Force, a web based CTMS (Clinical Trial Management System), has announced that AAIPharma selected its solution. "We have deployed visit reports, site payments, sponsor portal and the offline client currently. Future phases of our project will include integration to our electronic data capture and possibly our financial system, as well as other innovative functional changes to the system that will give us clear advantages in the service we can provide to our clients," said Anne Wiles, senior VP, data systems and process, AAIPharma.

Raleigh, NC -- Clinical Force, the first SaaS, software as a service, CTMS, announces that AAIPharma, Inc., a global provider of product development and pharmaceutical services, has selected Clinical Force to manage multi-national clinical trials.

As a rapidly growing, full service CRO, with operations throughout the United States, Canada, Western and Eastern Europe, South Africa and South America, AAIPharma selected Clinical Force based on its ability to implement quickly, configure the system to meet specific business processes, and the quick return on investment, provided by the subscription based, SaaS, deployment model. No upfront infrastructure or information systems support was required. As a result all deployment effort was focused on configuring the CTMS to meet business functionality requirements and training users throughout the world.

"After an extensive review process we felt Clinical Force's modular and cost effective solution met our needs. We have deployed Visit Reports, Site Payments, Sponsor Portal and the Offline Client currently. Future phases of our project will include integration to our EDC and possibly our financial system, as well as other innovative functional changes to the system that will give us clear advantages in the service we can provide to our clients," said Anne Wiles, Senior Vice President, Data Systems and Process, AAIPharma.

"We are excited to be working with AAIPharma who was successful for a number of years with their Lotus notes CTMS system. The deployment of Clinical Force will build on the work they had previously done delivering even greater efficiencies, visibility and support to AAIPharma's exciting global growth. We believe we have more CRO customers than any other CTMS vendor. Knowing that most other legacy CTMS solutions were not affordable by small to mid size companies, we developed our system to meet an underserved market, said Marcus Thornton, CEO and President, Clinical Force. Our strong functionality and SaaS deployment model are a perfect combination for CROs conducting global trials."

About Clinical Force
Clinical Force delivers a fully functional Clinical Trials Management System (CTMS) to Clinical Research Organizations and Sponsors. Clinical Force is the first company to deliver the CTMS in the Software as a Service (SaaS) model enabling quick installation and a cost effective solution. Organizations in North America, South America, Africa and Europe are successfully using the CTMS to improve internal efficiencies and real time visibility of all studies from an easy to use web based solution. Clinical Force is a privately held company with strong life science pedigree, the company has offices in the US and Europe. www.clinicalforce.com

About AAIPharma
AAIPharma Inc. is a global provider of product development and support services to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries. From a single test through a range of integrated services offerings, we create value to an industry in search of productivity and innovation. For more information, please visit www.aaipharma.com

Contact Marcus Thornton, www.clinicalforce.com, or +44 870 871 0187 or +1 866 856 7270

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