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TrialNetworks Sees Strong Growth in Demand for its Clinical Trial Optimization System as Pharma Seeks Technology to Improve Operations Quality and Efficiency
Date:11/7/2013

Needham, MA (PRWEB) November 07, 2013

TrialNetworks provides clinical trial sponsors and CROs with the industry’s only Clinical Trial Optimization System used to improve the quality and efficiency of study operations from startup through closeout. The company has seen rapid growth in demand for its technology as pharma companies have become increasingly aware of the innovative technology and the proven benefits it provides for global feasibility, site activation, patient recruitment, patient retention, site engagement, trial conduct and more.

During Q3 2013, the TrialNetworks platform was implemented for use on more trials than all of 2012. The company attributes this significant growth to three key factors:

  • Proven Value: Due to the real-world improvements experienced by customers using TrialNetworks for the first time, nearly every sponsor that implemented the TrialNetworks platform for a single trial subsequently added additional trials.
  • Market Awareness: Over time, more companies are gaining exposure to the innovative system, often through published articles, case studies and conferences where its benefits are being presented by existing customers.
  • New Apps and Exclusive Features: TrialNetworks continually works with clients to understand requirements and develop new apps and features to fulfill unmet needs, such as Survey™ for feasibility assessments, Directory™ for trial contact management and Checklist™ for efficient site startup and closeout.
Additional milestones achieved by TrialNetworks in Q3 2013 included:
  • 30% growth in employees to support increased demand
  • 25,000th person logged onto the Clinical Trial Optimization System
  • Coverage of the TrialNetworks platform in '/>"/>

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