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Clinipace Recently Awarded $2.8 Million to Manage Three New Clinical Projects

Projects include electronic data capture (EDC), data management services, clinical monitoring, and biostatistics for several early-stage clinical trials and registries

Morrisville, N.C. (PRWEB) February 26, 2009 -- Clinipace, a growing clinical research solutions company, today announced that it has been awarded three new projects in 2009 worth, in aggregate, more than $2.8 million.

With a focus on emerging and mid-tier life science firms who are looking for a better way to manage their clinical trials, Clinipace is able to fill operational gaps while boosting sponsor visibility and project efficiencies through its web-based TEMPO™ research platform.

"These new clients appreciate that we're a technology-centric service company, and that we think differently than traditional service providers," said Jeff Williams, Chief Executive Officer at Clinipace. "During the evaluation process, our team worked really hard to understand our prospective clients' challenges, and we're excited that our particular formula of technology and research services was a compelling value for them."

Clinipace recently launched a "Right-Sized" approach to managing clinical trials and registries, which optimizes trial resources through the right mix of technology and services. Smaller life science firms are becoming increasingly wary of receiving over-priced, over-stuffed project budgets typically found in the bids of traditional service providers, and Clinipace's unique model, along with its fixed-price guarantee, were key factors in being selected to help these clients.

"Committed to full transparency, efficiency and lower cost, all of our services are built upon our TEMPO™ web-based platform," explains Williams. "With our technology-based service model we're able to save companies 30-50% vs. what a traditional CRO would charge without compromising quality or service-levels. In today's environment that is not only important, it's absolutely vital to our clients," continues Williams.

About Clinipace
Clinipace is an experienced clinical research solutions company providing on-demand software and clinical services for phase I-IV clinical trials, registries, and investigator-initiated grant management programs. We serve biopharmaceutical and medical device companies as well as academic medical centers. Optimized by TEMPO™, our web-based software platform, we deliver services such as EDC, ePRO, grant management, data management, monitoring, site management, and biostatistics at a 30% - 50% savings compared to similar service providers. Learn more at

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