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Clinical Force Announces that Stiris Research has Selected the Clinical Force CTMS to Manage Clinical Trials
Date:10/15/2009

Clinical Force announces that Stiris Research has selected the Clinical Force CTMS to manage clinical trials. Stiris Research successfully implemented the Clinical Force CTMS in less than 4 weeks. With Clinical Force, Stiris Research anticipates significant study cost efficiencies that it can pass on to its pharmaceutical and biotech clients.

Raleigh, NC, October 16, 2009 -- Clinical Force announces that Stiris Research has selected the Clinical Force CTMS to manage clinical trials.

Stiris Research boasts best in class competencies in Project Management and Monitoring, providing partners and sponsors with dedicated expert teams and flexible SOPs . The next step in their growth model is to automate the clinical trial process by implementing a CTMS. Stiris Research successfully implemented the Clinical Force CTMS in less than 4 weeks. With Clinical Force, Stiris Research anticipates significant study cost efficiencies that it can pass on to its pharmaceutical and biotech clients.

Stiris Research believes the CTMS will further enhance Sponsors' clinical trial experience by providing:

 
  • Real Time access to study information - enabling instant quality checks
  • Customized study reporting - improving reporting quality
  • Investigator payment tracking - reducing administrative time
  • Regulatory document tracking and filing - providing 24/7 access to the trial master file
  • Automatic monitoring report and follow-up letter generation - saving time and cost

Stiris' President Shantal Feltham states it was Clinical Force's innovative implementation approach that led to the CTMS choice. "Stiris is an organization based on a team approach, commitment to service, and innovative problem solving for our clients. Clinical Force brought the same attributes to the CTMS implementation and proved to be the best fit for us and our clients. As Stiris grows, we look forward to offering our clients this expanded service while maintaining cost efficiencies."

Keep up to date on the Stiris Research CTMS project through this webpage. Stiris CTMS Project Status

About Clinical Force

Clinical Force delivers a best in class Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS) to Clinical Research Organizations (CROs) and Sponsors in North and South America, Europe and Africa. Clinical Force customers are successfully using the CTMS to improve their clinical trial execution, saving time and money. As the industry's first SaaS CTMS provider, Clinical Force has the most advanced SaaS solution and the most experience implementing and supporting the SaaS model. The SaaS model benefits Clinical Force customers with rapid and simple installation and a remarkably affordable total cost of ownership. Clinical Force is a rapidly growing, privately held company with strong life science pedigree. To stay close to our customers, Clinical Force has offices in the US and Europe. www.clinicalforce.com

About Stiris Research

Stiris Research is an elite CRO specializing in providing unparalleled Project Management and Monitoring expertise for Phase I-IV clinical trials. Stiris provides functional service or full service clinical trial support for pharmaceutical, biotech, and device companies. We work with our clients to provide customized solutions based on individual needs and resource requirements. Stiris is a certified Woman Owned Business Enterprise through WEConnect Canada, and has been recognized as one of Canada's top Women Entrepreneurial companies. Stiris has also been recognized as an Emerging Growth Company by Profit Magazine . www.stirisresearch.com

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