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SureClinical Announces SurePortal™, First 100% Paperless eTMF Investigator Portal for Automated Document Completion Across Mobile, Web
Date:10/31/2013

ired with most eTMF portal solutions, a return on investment of one year or less can often be achieved on large clinical trials of 50 investigators or more, saving tens of thousands of dollars in cost.

SurePortal™ empowers the growing mobile workforce with its new mobile eTMF client, SureTrial Mobile, with Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) support, and a simple to use Workflow Wizard™. Administrators can configure customizable templates to facilitate rapid deployment of clinical trial regulatory form and document workflows on the secure SureTrial eTMF cloud. The new SurePortal™ application module for electronic trial master file (eTMF) support includes a simple to use responsive web interface and user training wizards designed to empower clinical trial managers, investigators, CRA’s and Clinical Research Organizations. As part of the SureTrial® eTMF secure cloud offering, SurePortal™ removes the dependencies on IT and shortens the time required to complete clinical trial regulatory document processing.

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“To accelerate clinical trial document acquisition, management and processing, it’s important that everyone in a clinical trial has access to the right information, in the right context, and within the right business process, no matter where they are,” said Zack Schmidt, President and CEO, SureClinical. “Our release of SurePortal™ supports this level of engagement at your desk, or on the road, by enabling document completion and collaboration anytime, anywhere. By connecting people, clinical trial document management processes and information across any device, SureClinical’s SurePortal accelerates document completion, decision making and regulatory compliance with clinical trial stakeholders across every channel. SurePortal is the first eTMF investigator portal to support 100% digital document completion and signing anytime, anywhere, across organizational boundaries.”

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