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CSSi, the Leader in Global Patient Recruitment Solutions for Clinical Trials Industry, Rolls Out Redesigned Website: www.CSSiEnroll.com
Date:1/9/2014

GLEN BURNIE, Md., Jan. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CSSi, the leader in global patient recruitment solutions for the clinical research industry, is proud to announce the launch of its redesigned website, www.CSSiEnroll.com. The new site reflects the evolution of the company from focusing on site performance to a global patient recruitment provider motivated to provide innovative enrollment solutions to sponsors and CROs for clinical trials.

The fusion of style and content provides enhanced details for sponsor companies, CROs and investigative sites who are seeking targeted data on CSSi's strategic and innovative services; these services range from patient recruitment campaign strategies to full-service enrollment planning, including study start-up, creative design, media planning and digital messaging.  

Clients will also find information on Local Enrollment Specialists™ (LES™), a proprietary and unique service offering of CSSi, which is a key element of their successful global recruitment programs. The CSSi LES™ team members are located in over 40 countries and on every continent. They are experienced in patient recruitment, have a strong knowledge of local ethics committees and regulatory bodies, and speak the local language of the sites which they are supporting.

"CSSi has been an integral part of the patient recruitment industry for quite a while, and we have always stood out by offering more than just recruitment services," stated Chris Trizna, President. "Take a look at our case studies," added Trizna. "Our clients can see where CSSi's involvement has a unique ability to positively impact enrollment, not just responses, referrals or recruitment."

Trizna further elaborated, "The re-launching of the CSSi website is the next step in the growth of our company and gives us a platform to highlight our unique products, services, and client relationships during this exciting time of growth and development. CSSi is significantly more than a recruitment and site performance company--- we are truly a full-service, global patient enrollment solutions organization and our new website represents an important step in allowing us to communicate our scope and significance to the clinical trial industry."

www.CSSiEnroll.com 
6958 Aviation Blvd., Suite H, Glen Burnie, MD 21061 | Phone:  866.277.4888 | Fax 410.553.0087

About CSSi

CSSi delivers global patient recruitment solutions that ensure successful enrollment, on time, every time. Through its innovative enrollment planning and full-service patient recruitment solutions, CSSi is able to reduce the costs and timelines associated with recruitment of subjects for clinical studies. For more information on CSSi, visit www.CSSiEnroll.com, or contact Jennifer Whitlock via email or 443-308-5803.

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