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Clinverse, Inc. Announces Strategic Partnership With OmniComm Systems, Inc.
Date:9/4/2013

Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) September 04, 2013

Clinverse, Inc., a global technology and eclinical commerce network for clinical trials, announced today it has formed a strategic partnership with OmniComm Systems, Inc., a leading provider of EDC solutions.

Clinverse’s ClinPay solution automates sponsor payments to clinical vendors, investigators, and other parties throughout the entire financial life-cycle of a clinical trial. OmniComm’s TrialMaster EDC suite automates data collection and data validation and offers the unique capabilities of centralized monitoring with auto-redaction and automated SDTM export utility, allowing for efficient and cost-effective trial management.

Together with ClinPay, the combined solution automatically evaluates study data within the EDC system against contract criteria and directly generates financial transactions and all related accounting information. This combination optimizes cost savings by streamlining an inherently error-prone manual process and substantially reduces labor costs associated with the payment and accounting process for clinical vendors and investigative sites.

“We are pleased to be in a strategic partnership with such an innovative and forward-thinking EDC provider as OmniComm,” said Steve Ayala, Clinverse President and head of strategic partnerships. “OmniComm’s global footprint expands Clinverse’s reach to a broader international audience of pharmaceutical and biotech companies, CROs, research, and medical device organizations that can greatly benefit from automated payment capabilities in conjunction with their EDC services.”

Clinverse’s open application programming interface (API) allows for seamless integration with existing systems, such as OmniComm’s TrialMaster suite, as well as other external eclinical data sources, such as CTMS, IxRS, ERP systems, and data wa
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