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Mary Crowley Cancer Research Centers Achieve Dramatic Improvements in Financial Infrastructures With Velos eResearch and Net.Orange Systems
Date:2/26/2009

FREMONT, Calif., Feb. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Velos, Inc., the recognized leader and trusted resource for clinical research management information systems, and Net.Orange, Inc., the respected healthcare Internet solutions company, have partnered with the highly-regarded Mary Crowley Cancer Research Centers (Mary Crowley). The two companies have helped Mary Crowley to achieve best practices for strong central clinical research infrastructure and implementation of an enterprise-wide system of financial responsibility.

"We are happy to reach this level of accomplishment," said David Shanahan President of Mary Crowley. "Our historic mission depends on fiscal responsibility and Velos eResearch has given us the tools to ensure order, compliance and sustainability in our financial affairs. This only enhances our ability to serve others with continued dedication in the years to come."

As inventor of the revolutionary cOS(TM) (Clinical Operating System), as well as many general and therapeutic-specific technology solutions, Net.Orange began strategic collaboration with Mary Crowley in Fall 2006 in deploying these applications.

Net.Orange partnered with Velos in 2006 to better serve research institutions. Using Velos eResearch and the Net.Orange cOS(TM), Mary Crowley has seamlessly merged its research and financial operations, and completely automated its research billing. As a result, investigators now have an accurate financial picture of research activity integrated with patient care activity. The management team also has better visibility of operational bottlenecks that prevent on-time billing. This solution has been operational for a full year and has led to consistent on-time billing, accurate budgeting and compliance with research billing practices.

During the past two years, Mary Crowley has used Velos eResearch and the Net.Orange cOS(TM) solution for clinical trial management to administer more th
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