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Advance Research Associates Partners With MedNet Solutions
Date:6/25/2013

MINNETONKA, Minn., June 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- MedNet Solutions, a global life sciences technology company specializing in clinical study management systems, is pleased to announce that Advance Research Associates (ARA), a CRO dedicated to delivering high quality data management and biostatistical services, has selected iMedNet EDC as its preferred eClinical solution.  As the latest member of MedNet's growing iMedNet Partner Program, ARA will benefit from a wide range of wrap-around services designed to help ARA maximize their iMedNet EDC return on investment.

"ARA is excited to offer the iMedNet solution," remarked Michelle Stoddard, Senior Director of Operations at ARA. "Their software as a service (SaaS) model combined with the wide ranging functionalities offered within iMedNet make this solution an ideal combination of configurability and value for a wide range of clinical study types and durations."

"MedNet's comprehensive, well-documented Quality Management System (QMS) gives us the security of knowing that client deliverables are the outcome of processes that meet or exceed regulatory and 21 CFR Part 11 compliance requirements," noted Heather Zollinger, Senior Quality Systems Manager at ARA.  "I am very excited about the new opportunities for both ARA and MedNet that result from this partnership." 

"MedNet is pleased to partner with ARA, a CRO known in the industry for their deep industry experience, highly experienced staff and their collaborative work approach with customers," stated Brian Sweeney, VP of Business Development at MedNet.  "We're looking forward to a long, mutually beneficial relationship assisting ARA and t
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