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TrialNetworks Sees Strong Growth in Demand for its Clinical Trial Optimization System as Pharma Seeks Technology to Improve Operations Quality and Efficiency
Date:11/7/2013

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  • TrialNetworks Co-Founder and CEO Eric Silberstein said, "Sponsors want to use the TrialNetworks platform because in a world of greater trial complexity and strategic outsourcing models, innovative technology is the best way to improve the transparency, quality and efficiency of clinical operations. As more people hear about the benefits of TrialNetworks and as we expand our apps we have seen demand from existing customers and prospective sponsors increase across the board – from biotechs without marketed products to top global pharmaceutical companies."

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    TrialNetworks provides sponsors and CROs the industry's only Clinical Trial Optimization System. Using this modern and intuitive technology, customers such as Merck & Co. and Infinity Pharmaceuticals are able to transform the quality and efficiency of clinical operations at each stage of a trial from feasibility through closeout. TrialNetworks apps, including Checklist™, Training™, Document Library™, Visit Guide™, Action Items™ and Directory™, are available in a unified and secure cloud-based interface. Customers ranging from biotechs to Top-10 pharma companies have implemented the TrialNetworks platform for use in Phase I-IV trials by more than 25,000 site staff in 60 countries. To learn why sponsors and CROs rely on TrialNetworks to optimize clinical trial operations, request a guided online demo at

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