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MedNet Solutions Unveils New Naming and Functionality for its Flagship EDC/eClinical Offering
Date:6/17/2009

MINNETONKA, Minn., June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- MedNet Solutions, a global life sciences technology solutions company specializing in clinical study management systems, today unveiled ENLIGHTEN(TM) as the new name for its industry-leading EDC/eClinical technology solution. The company also announced multiple new and improved technology tools focused on enhancing study workflows, honoraria management and advanced reporting.

"The word 'enlighten' means 'to give greater understanding to,'" stated John M. "Rob" Robertson, President and CEO of MedNet Solutions. "And that is exactly what our ENLIGHTEN eClinical solution has always helped our customers achieve - superior clinical study knowledge and understanding - made possible via our innovative web-based technologies that support the timely and efficient collection, management and interpretation of data."

MedNet Solutions also announced the availability of numerous new and enhanced ENLIGHTEN capabilities including the following:

  • Advanced Reporting - a new, powerful and user friendly ad hoc reporting tool providing full graphing, drill down capabilities, and automated report scheduling.
  • To Do Lists - now delivering improved workflow management tools, task aging, and expanded filtering.
  • AutoHonoraria(TM) - now providing "trigger-based" configurability, superior letter management, and expanded reporting.

"These enhancements reflect MedNet's ongoing dedication to providing clinical study sponsors, CROs and investigative sites with the tools they need to conduct their work as effectively and efficiently as possible," noted Brian Sweeney, Vice President of Business Development for MedNet Solutions. "Today's economic climate is forcing all companies to do more with less, and MedNet is committed to providing its customers with the technology re
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