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

based on pre-defined distribution curves. These new features will enable customers to more accurately assign and distribute pass through costs resulting in more precise forecasting and budgeting.

Expanded Country-specific Industry Intelligence – ClearTrial v3.2 expands the embedded clinical intelligence of the software to more than 80 countries worldwide. Featuring country-specific awareness for labor rates as well as for tasks affecting study timelines – such as site activation and regulatory delays – ClearTrial v3.2 supports the increasingly global nature of studies. This expanded capability makes it easier to model "what-if" scenarios that include the emerging countries and regions experiencing rapid growth in clinical trials.

Extended Global Currency Support – ClearTrial v3.2 has extended its global currency support to allow entry of alternate currencies for any study assumption that requires a monetary value. Alternate currencies are automatically converted based on predefined exchange rate conversion rules and on-demand reports can be printed in any currency of choice. These new capabilities will improve study planning in multiple geographies and eliminate manual and error prone currency conversions.

Reporting and Visualization – ClearTrial v3.2 delivers a host of additional tabular and graphical reports to its already extensive library of planning, forecasting and budgeting reports and graphs. These new reports will dramatically improve visibility across the lifecycle of a study.

About ClearTrial®
ClearTrial is the leading provider of Clinical Trial Operations (CTO) software, linking clinical planning, forecasting, and tracking of operational and financial performance in a single, integrated system. ClearTrial’s award-winning software helps life sciences companies streamline their clinical operations from Plan to Payment™ without sacrificing quality of r
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