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BioTox Sciences (BTS) Deploys eStudy™ Hosted Solution for Management of GLP & Non-GLP Preclinical Studies
Date:3/9/2011

eStudy is a 100% web-based study management platform that iAdvantage Software hosts for BTS at Cegidem/Dendrite's world-class network operating center in Chesapeake, VA.  "eStudy will continually grow with BioTox Sciences, easily adapt to new study-types, marry to BTS' operational work-flow and interface with 3rd party instruments and tools," stated Diana Michelotti, Director of Marketing and Sales for iAdvantage.  "eStudy implemented for BTS, provides BTS with a custom fit solution without the start-from-scratch price."

About iAdvantage SoftwareiAdvantage is dedicated to empowering scientists and management in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology arenas with efficient, web-based electronic study management and reporting tools that automate cumbersome tasks and optimize time to results thereby improving productivity, real-time business intelligence and time to market.

iAdvantage products include eStudy, a truly web-based enterprise solution for study design, eNotebook design, collection of data from multiple sources, multiple users and multiple locations, integration of data in real-time to a secure storage device, maintaining data integrity (complying with 21 CFR Parts 58 and 11) with the flexibility of on-demand access, data analysis and reporting that is user-defined and user-controlled.  iAdvantage places control in the hands of the scientist and not at the mercy of rigid study management systems.

iAdvantage is headquartered in Cary, North Carolina, near the life science and biotech hub of Research Triangle Park.  More than 140 life science companies in North America and Europe use iAdvantage products in their research and development.  
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