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Perceptive Informatics Survey Results Reveal Biopharmaceutical Industry's View on Most Important eClinical Attributes
Date:3/24/2011

BOSTON, March 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Perceptive Informatics, a leading eClinical solutions provider and a subsidiary of PAREXEL International Corporation (Nasdaq: PRXL), today announced results of a survey conducted during its recent webinar entitled "Designing and Delivering an eClinical Product Suite." Perceptive polled biopharmaceutical industry professionals across a broad range of clinical, data management and IT functions about their views on the important attributes of an eClinical suite, and the associated value to sites and sponsors.

Survey results revealed that over half (53%) of respondents view integration to be the most important attribute of an eClinical suite. These respondents indicate that the data exchange between applications to prevent duplication of activities and the need for database reconciliation is critical. Another 29% believe that the functionality of an eClinical suite should simplify workflow for various users. A smaller group of respondents (18%) feel that a key attribute of an eClinical suite is the ability to receive consolidated data. These respondents believe that having a single view of performance across multiple applications is important to improving processes and the accuracy of clinical trial data.

According to Bill Byrom, Ph.D., Senior Director, Product Strategy, Perceptive Informatics, "I believe that the biopharmaceutical industry is increasingly recognizing that an eClinical suite can help to improve data quality, streamline workflow and enhance user experience. At Perceptive, we are focused on providing even greater value through our eClinical Suite with regard to ease of use, visibility to data, elimination of redundant data entry and the reduced need for the reconciliation of various databases. We are applying the
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