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DATATRAK International, Inc. Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year Results for 2010
Date:3/22/2011

ership with two notable appointments:
  • Chris Wilke named Chief Technology Officer to drive the DATATRAK ONE™ vision
  • William (Bill) Gluck, PhD, a thirty-year clinical trial industry veteran, named as the company's Vice President of Clinical and Consulting Services
  • Continued focus on Sales and Marketing efforts with attendance at several high profile trade shows, including the inaugural exhibition at the 2010 ASCO meeting in June, which featured the introduction of DATATRAK's oncology-specific solution
  • Recognized as a company creating significant value with the selection as a 2010 Crain's Leading EDGE award winner
  • Continued development of relationship with Japanese partner, NTT DATA
  • Participation at the 13th Annual DIA Workshop in Japan for Clinical Data Management with NTT DATA
  • Expanded reach in Japan with signing of NTT DATA's first Enterprise Transfer client
  • Continued commitment to our clients – delivering eClinical excellence through the development of new products and system enhancements that address the needs of our complex industry
  • Premiered the release of DATATRAK's Safety Case Manager at the 46th Annual DIA Meeting in June
  • Announced DATATRAK eClinical's® compatibility with the Apple® iPad™
  • Expansion of the Company's industry standards library to include CDISC CDASH field naming in addition to the existing CDISC STDM, E2B and HL7 export components
  • Delivered new Cross-Trial Reporting functionality to increase visibility of performance metrics across studies
  • Delivered advancements to the Local Laboratory Data component to improve trial efficiencies surrounding range and export management
  • Expanded international reach of Connect partners
  • Extended network of Connect partners into India with signing of CRO Kreara Solutions Pvt Ltd
  • Signed 3-year Enterprise License with Portuguese CRO, Keypoint – Consultoria C
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