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ClearTrial Unveils New Product Release at Partnerships in Clinical Trials Conference 2010
Date:4/12/2010

ClearTrial v3.2 Enables Organizations to Achieve Greater Control and Increased Accuracy When Managing Complex, Global Clinical Studies

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) April 12, 2010 -- ClearTrial (www.cleartrial.com), the leading provider of Clinical Trial Operations (CTO) software, today launched ClearTrial v3.2, a major upgrade to its award-winning ClearTrial PLAN, ClearTrial SOURCE, and ClearTrial TRACK products. ClearTrial v3.2 helps pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies meet the increasingly challenging demands of planning, sourcing, and tracking studies – challenges driven by a more complex and global clinical development environment.

"Our ongoing research indicates that clinical research protocols are being conducted in more global locations at the same time that they are increasingly more complex and demanding," said Kenneth Getz, Senior Research Fellow at the Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development. "These factors present significant challenges to the industry as it strives to achieve higher levels of efficiency and productivity."

ClearTrial v3.2 is based on extensive industry research as well as comprehensive input from ClearTrial's global customer base, which ranges from the Top 20 sponsors to small biotech and medical device companies in the US, Europe, and Japan. The latest software release includes a number of new features and product enhancements that give trial sponsors more granular control over the clinical assumptions that drive study cost, resource demand, and timelines. These enhancements also provide for greater accuracy in forecasting – improving on the leading standard established by ClearTrial, which has been benchmarked to 1-5% accuracy when compared with actual study costs.

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