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

nd private company clients on corporate strategy, acquisition strategy, and corporate finance alternatives. Previously, Bruns was Vice President of Mergers & Acquisitions for Broadview International, LLC (now Jefferies Broadview), where he conducted strategic positioning and transaction development for enterprise software and communications technology clients.

Bruns has extensive software development and systems integration experience, having been a principal at Waterstone Consulting, LLC - a provider of complex pricing and contract management software solutions to Fortune 2000 life sciences, manufacturing, and distribution companies - and a senior consultant with Accenture. He holds a BBA in Finance from the University of Michigan, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

"ClearTrial has all the elements in place to continue to rapidly expand market share," observed Bruns. "Our award-winning software solution brings real business value to a well-established and growing customer base, and we have a great team in place as the foundation for future growth. I'm looking forward to helping ClearTrial continue to expand our leadership in the clinical software market."

About ClearTrial®
ClearTrial® is a leading provider of clinical trial software for clinical operations planning, budgeting, and outsourcing. ClearTrial's award-winning software helps pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device companies, and CROs expedite the clinical development process without sacrificing quality of results. The company's software products support clinical operations, resource planning, and outsourcing departments with a single solution that promotes speed and consistency, while maintaining flexibility to handle different study requirements. For more information please visit http://www.cleartrial.com.

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