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The Future is Bright for Formedix, Leading Clinical Trial Software Provider
Date:11/26/2013

Burlington, MA (PRWEB) November 26, 2013

2013 has been a busy but exciting year for Formedix, the leading provider of clinical trial automation tools, as the company entered into and has continued in a period of extreme growth, across multiple areas.

The company’s workforce has grown by over 50% since Q1 2013 and is divided across US and UK office locations. With the ever-increasing numbers, the company has moved to a bigger UK office location in Glasgow’s city centre, which was announced towards the end of October 2013. The new premises have allowed Formedix to, not only expand across all departments, but to also accommodate customers more effectively and efficiently with investment in new resources and even better facilities. Formedix is headquartered in Burlington, MA.

Formedix also recently launched a brand new website introducing a fresh new look, improved site navigation for users, a greater focus on content delivery and the newest feature, ‘The Formedix Clinic’ blog. The Formedix Clinic allows visitors to “drop in and catch up on the latest news and standards knowledge.” This latest addition will allow the expert bloggers to share their views on various topics that are of interest to them, as well as creating talking points and encouraging discussion within the industry.

There are also exciting times ahead for Formedix with major updates planned for the study design and study execution tools offered by the company. Formedix Origin, the flagship suite of universal study design tools and Formedix Transform, a range of vendor neutral study execution tools, will soon be merged into one greater, more accessible platform. Formedix will continue to work with market leading technology partners to offer unique integrations between Formedix and partners’ market-leading Electronic Data Capture (EDC) solutions. There will be more updates of the platform’s progress coming from Formedix in 2014.

Formedix Chairman, Douglas Milton says,”As someone who has been involved with the company for a number of years, it is always good to know the future is bright at Formedix but it is even more exciting to see all these great changes and new additions. I am really looking forward to seeing the results as new team members are introduced and major product updates are made.”

Contact Formedix for more information about the universal design and build tools, or to express an interest in partnering with the company.

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