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ClearTrial to Demonstrate Dramatic Gains in Clinical Outsourcing Efficiency Achieved by Biopharmaceutical Companies at European Outsourcing Event
Date:2/2/2010

In addition, cost reports such as milestone payment schedules and cash flow charts promote more equitable payment terms for both sponsors and their service providers.

Once a study is in progress, ClearTrial software tracks the project and financial performance against the operational plan, enabling quick identification of underperforming projects and the ability to drill down to the root cause. The software allows for quick reforecasting of costs, resource needs, and timelines when change orders become necessary.

“Another of our customers said that ClearTrial helped them better prepare to conduct trials in China for the first time by arming their staff with multiple cost, resource, and timeline scenarios made possible by ClearTrial’s sensitivity to global differences in study conduct,” remarked Soenen. “As the outsourcing of clinical trials continues to accelerate and to expand into new regions, we look forward to helping both sponsors and CROs plan, forecast, and track clinical trials more efficiently.”

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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