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Leading Ag Biotechnology Companies in Europe and America Save 50-80% of Field Study Management Time with eStudy
Date:5/19/2011

CARY, N.C., May 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- iAdvantage Software, Inc. (iAdvantage), known for its flexible 100% web-based Life Science Study Management Platform, eStudy™, today announced that eStudy is being successfully used globally by Leading European and USA Ag Biotechnology Companies.  These companies reduce time-to-results with eStudy's on-line study design, management, communication, data collection and reporting of Biotechnology Field Studies, including gene expression, protein analysis, protein expression, nutrient composition, agronomics, etc.  Clients report 50-80% savings of field study management time by eliminating paper shuffling, transcription errors and generating reports in real-time.

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"Utilizing eStudy to manage Projects/Studies electronically across the globe IMPROVES PRODUCTIVITY and provides IMMEDIATE ACCESS TO RESULTS," stated Fate Thompson, CEO/President of iAdvantage Software.  "Project Managers and Study Directors make decisions to restart or redirect trials and studies, SAVING TIME and MONEY and ENSURING THAT NO TRIAL IS LOST.  This is critical," Thompson continued. "A lost trial could potentially cost a full development year for an Agricultural, Chemical or Biotechnology product."

"eStudy creates even more value when eStudy APHIS and eQA are included to manage the field trial compliance data management requirement of USDA/APHIS/BRS, EPA and other regulatory authorities," Thompson emphasized. eStudy REDUCES QA and DATA MANAGEMENT COSTS and ENSURES DATA INTEGRITY AND COMPLIANCE.

The eStudy Platform is comprised of two unique environments, the eStudy Manager and the

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