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Clinverse, Inc. Celebrates Five-Year Anniversary, Doubling Revenue Year-Over-Year
Date:12/4/2013

ment technology, we have our finger on the pulse of what’s happening in the industry, and we’re well-equipped to anticipate and provide innovative solutions that our clients really need,” said Denis Connaghan, CEO, Clinverse. “By providing real-time visibility into our clients’ financial outlook and a greater level of control over their financial data than ever before, not only do they have a higher level of confidence, they are also experiencing significant time savings and resource efficiencies – all critical for success and moving forward to the next phase of their clinical trial.”

Clinverse also executed on its formal partnership strategy over the course of the year, teaming with other innovative and forward-thinking companies, allowing the company to expand its global footprint and reach a broader audience of pharmaceutical and biotech companies who can greatly benefit from automated payment capabilities in conjunction with partner solutions and services. In addition to an existing relationship with Medidata, Clinverse announced a strategic partnership with EDC provider, OmniComm Systems, Inc. in September. This integrated solution eliminates the potential for errors and reduces costs for sponsors for using EDC data to trigger automated payments.

Clinverse recently conducted a highly successful webinar on putting contract terms to work to improve clinical trial performance. The presentation featured the expertise of two prominent industry thought leaders, Christine Pierre, President of the Society for Clinical Research Sites (SCRS), and Serena Lau, Principal Associate at RH Bouchard & Associates. The company plans to continue its series of Best Practices in the Financial Lifecycle of Your Clinical Trial in 2014 with additional whitepapers and webinars.

“This has been an amazing year for Clinverse, one in which we’ve seen many changes in the marketplace,” commented Connaghan. “We spent more than two years developing and refini
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