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ClearTrial Names Software Industry Veteran Michael Bruns as Chief Operating Officer
Date:3/19/2009

Michael Bruns brings extensive experience in enterprise technology to rapidly expanding Chicago-based clinical software company; will lead company's global sales and services organization as well as manage the company's financial department.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 19, 2009 -- ClearTrial (www.cleartrial.com), a leading provider of clinical trial software for clinical trial operations planning, budgeting, and outsourcing, announced today that Michael Bruns, formerly Director of the Technology Investment Banking Group at Robert W. Baird, has joined the company as Chief Operating Officer. A 17-year veteran in enterprise software and information technology markets, Bruns brings extensive experience in corporate strategy, operations, and business development to ClearTrial.

As Chief Operating Officer, Bruns will be responsible for the company's global operations and will help further develop and implement the company's growth strategy. He will oversee finance, operations, and the expansion of ClearTrial's global sales, services, and engineering organizations.

"Michael Bruns has a consistent track record of accelerating growth in enterprise software companies," noted ClearTrial CEO Mike Soenen. "His experience and skills will help drive ClearTrial's revenue growth and further cement our market leadership as we assist life sciences companies in bringing new, quality treatments to market faster, at a lower cost and with fewer resources - a critical advantage in today's market."

Prior to joining ClearTrial, Bruns founded and directed the Technology Investment Banking group at Robert W. Baird & Co., a global investment banking firm. He led the group's business development efforts and advised executive management teams and boards of directors of public a
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