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ClearTrial Launches Industry-first Software Platform for Integrating Clinical Trial Operations from Plan to Cash™, Driving Operational Efficiencies and Accelerating Clinical Development
Date:9/29/2009

quot; said Ken Getz, senior research fellow at Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development, "there is a huge premium that sponsor companies -- and their contract service providers -- are placing on more effective resource planning and management solutions."

Since the introduction of the groundbreaking ClearTrial PLAN and ClearTrial SOURCE clinical trial operations software, Top 20 biopharmaceutical companies, Clinical Research Organizations (CROs), medical device companies and small biotechs have embraced the software. These organizations have come to rely on ClearTrial's industry intelligence, embedded clinical knowledge, and activity-based scenario planning to add speed, flexibility, accuracy, and consistency to their clinical operations.

Now, with v3.0 and ClearTrial TRACK, these organizations can gain visibility and control over project status, accruals, and change order management by providing a fast, accurate, and consistent means of tracking actual study progress against planned budgets and timelines.

Key benefits of ClearTrial TRACK:

Instant Visibility Into Project Health
ClearTrial TRACK provides a "dashboard" view of studies, with early warnings to budget overruns and underperforming projects, as well as Earned Value Management (EVM) metrics tailored for use in clinical development. Easily compare planned against actual progress; quickly obtain schedule and cost performance as well as percent complete; and get detailed analyses of project trends, including time to project completion and its estimated cost at completion.

Fast, Accurate Accruals Management
ClearTrial TRACK offers a consistent, repeatable process showing accrued liability, integrated with the financial forecast. Automatically calculate cost accruals based on actual work performed; get accurate accruals updates when projects change; and achieve greater accuracy from unit-based costs, leveraging your study assump
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