October 13, 2011
HOUSTON, Texas, Oct. 13 -- It's estimated that 75% of all physiological clinical trial data is captured on paper. Clinical Cloud Inc. has found a way to reduce this percentage with electronic source data collection, which forms the core of the clinical trial process.
Clinical Cloud is a secure application that allows the clinical trial community to manage every aspect of a clinical trial digitally. Of course, some parts of the clinical trial process will always require paper, but now administrators can leverage technology for less data inaccuracies and create more streamlined communication between participating organizations.
"No other clinical trial management system (CTMS) companies have created a technology like ours," said Sana Irshad, Business Development Manager at Clinical Cloud Inc. "Clinical Cloud works the way clinical trial professionals need it to, not just the way they're used to things working."
Irshad explains that the system provides electronic source documents and a centralized place to store all documents, which can be accessed any time of day either at the user's place of business or virtually. The system includes a contact database, custom calendaring features specific to clinical trials, business intelligence reporting and several other features that the clinical trial industry currently does not have in a connected environment.
"One of the best features of Clinical Cloud(TM) is that it promotes collaboration both within an organization and among partnering organizations," said Fahad Naveed, the CEO at Clinical Cloud Inc. "We have created a way to conduct seamless and smarter clinical trials."
Clinical Cloud is designed for all members of the clinical trial community including research sites, academic medical centers, CROs and sponsors. Call 713-568-6573 to learn more.
About Clinical Cloud
Comprehensive Clinical Solutions (CCS) was established in 2009 by medical industry professionals with expertise in areas of clinical research, information technology and management. CCS brings value to the pharmaceutical industry and clinical trial sites through its latest software solution, Clinical Cloud. Visit www.clinicalcloudinc.com to see how the clinical trial community can manage trials without relying on paper. Clinical Cloud is a compliant, cost-effective resource unlike any other.
Source: Clinical Cloud Inc.
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