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Leading Biotechnology Company Selects OmniComm Systems’ TrialMaster

8/07/2014 by

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OmniComm Systems, Inc., a leading global provider of data management solutions for clinical trials, today announced that a leading biotechnology company, selected OmniComm’s TrialMaster electronic data capture technology to support three Phase III late stage clinical development studies. TrialMaster will be used for an open-labeled, multicenter, safety study and two randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled efficacy and safety studies. OmniComm’s proven technology and processes for integrating TrialMaster with other best-of-breed solutions was an important factor in selecting TrialMaster as their preferred EDC system. This leading biotechnology company will integrate TrialMaster with its preferred Interactive Response Technologies solution. IRT solutions automate randomisation and clinical supplies management and when integrated with TrialMaster EDC provides a comprehensive end-to-end solution.

TrialMaster’s intuitive user interface and innovative data capture, data management and reporting functionality was a significant factor in this company’s selection of TrialMaster. TrialMaster also includes embedded eLearning, allowing researchers to easily learn the system and quickly and accurately initiate new clinical trials.

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“This award is not only about choosing the best EDC system on the market but it is also about how well best-of-breed technology can be brought together seamlessly and efficiently,” said Dr Kuno van der Post, senior vice president business development. “Our partner centric approach is clearly resonating with the market place.”

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