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ECRFPlus Achieves Milestone Multimillion Dollar Enterprise Agreement With CRO and Launches e-CRF+(TM): a CTMS and EDC Web Platform With ECG Analysis and Cardiac Safety Module.
Date:10/28/2008

Seattle-based software company provides "total eSolution" to clinical

trials industry.

ISSAQUAH, Wash., Oct. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- ECRFPlus, a software company focused on developing web-based integrated clinical trials management systems (CTMS), announced today it has signed a multi-year enterprise agreement with specialty contract research organization (CRO) and ECG core lab Spacelabs Healthcare Clinical Trial Services, an OSI Systems Company. Although complete terms of the agreement are not being disclosed, the estimated value including custom software development and integration is in the multi-million dollar range.

Spacelabs Healthcare implemented e-CRF+(TM) CTMS as its information backbone to manage critical data for its day-to-day global operations, moving away from piles of paper and going towards state-of-the-art. Additionally, Spacelabs Healthcare chose ECRFPlus to integrate existing ECG and ambulatory blood pressure (ABP) data collection and analysis systems into a single web- based CTMS + EDC platform. ECRFPlus granted Spacelabs Healthcare exclusive use of the ECG analysis and cardiac safety module for an initial time period, which ended in early October 2008. ECRFPlus is now offering the cardiac safety module to the broader clinical trials marketplace through its full enterprise system and flagship product e-CRF+(TM).

States Ming Lu, founder and CEO of ECRFPlus, "We are very pleased we delivered an 'end-to-end' business and data management solution that makes Spacelabs Healthcare a true 'eCRO' and allows Spacelabs to offer the most advanced 'eSolution' to their clients in the clinical trials industry."

"We have been thrilled with the e-CRF+(TM) system and the services that have been delivered," said John Carpentier, General Manager, Spacelabs Healthcare Clinical Trial Services.

e-CRF+(TM) is a web-based 'eClinical' solution suite. With the ECG module seamlessly integrated, ECRFPlus now
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