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Tourtellotte's New Trident IWR(TM) Eliminates 12-Week Study Setup Lead Time for Clinical Trials
Date:3/20/2008

execution and review -- typically a 12 week process -- in less than 30 minutes.

"I believe that the time for next-generation IWR has come", said Ed Tourtellotte, president & CEO of Tourtellotte Solutions. "There is a lot of pressure on the IVRS market right now -- demand is growing faster than legacy technologies can scale to meet it. Service outages are in the press. Both vendors and bio-pharmaceuticals are starting to realize that a more modern, more scalable technology is badly needed."

In 2001, Tourtellotte Solutions pioneered the first major parameter-driven IVRS (and also the world's first IWR) for a global pharmaceutical company. The success of this model over time, coupled with pluggable customization modules and other Tourtellotte innovations, has proven the value and utility of next-generation IWR concepts. More recently, Tourtellotte Solutions has made waves with its groundbreaking and now market-leading tcVisualize clinical supply simulator, and is well positioned to deliver integrated next-generation IWR / IVRS technology to the bio-pharmaceutical industry in 2008.

For more information on Tourtellotte Solutions and the Trident IWR product, please visit http://www.TridentIWR.com. For information on the tcVisualize product, please visit http://www.tcVisualize.com.

About Tourtellotte Solutions

Tourtellotte Solutions is a global leader in software and services for the bio-pharmaceutical industry. In addition to Trident IWR, Tourtellotte Solutions' offers tcVisualize, a groundbreaking clinical supply chain modeling and forecasting used by many leading bio-pharmaceutical companies, and the Fusion DMC(TM) Document Management, Workflow and Collaboration Platform. Tourtellotte also provides custom application development and consulting services. Tourtellotte Solutions is a privately held company headquartered in Wayland,
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