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ePharmaSolutions Announces the Deployment of its Enterprise Clinical Trial Portal for Two Global Biopharmaceutical Companies
Date:8/24/2011

CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., Aug. 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- ePharmaSolutions announced the successful deployment of its Enterprise level Clinical Trial Portal (CTP) for a top five global pharmaceutical company on more than 900 studies to 90 countries and a second client deployment scheduled for September 2011.

Clinical Trial Portals help streamline and accelerate the clinical development process for sponsors, study sites and third party vendors by providing a common technology platform from which to conduct their trials.  Historically these portals were deployed at the study level, resulting in measurable improvements in time and cost for that study.  Today, biopharmaceutical companies are standardizing on single vendors to provide these portal solutions across the enterprise to help realize the time and cost savings across the enterprise while simplifying the process for study teams and site users.

"We are seeing more of our sponsors and CRO partners migrate from single study workspaces to enterprise CTP deployments this year than ever," stated Lance Converse, ePharmaSolutions' Founder and CEO.  "Enterprise deployments of the CTP help force the standardization of business processes across the clinical development lifecycle while reducing cost and accelerating timelines," added Converse.

ePharmaSolutions' Clinical Trial Portal is currently used by more than 235,000 users in 120 countries and helps biopharmaceutical companies improve and accelerate site activation, study training, safety letter distribution, and patient recruitment while integrating all of the third-party vendor applications (EDC, IXRS, Labs, etc.) to help centralize study management/reporting and provide users with one website and one set of credentials for all of their clinical study needs.

"Enterprise deployments typically include integrations with the clients' CTMS, EDC and IXRS systems, which can significantly reduce the amount of data entry required across the
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