The nomination reinforces what we aspire to do everyday at TrialStat – and that is to continually deliver innovative products to our customers. Our partnership with Sybase has played an important role in achieving a vision of mobilizing our on demand EDC platform, helping our customers conduct clinical research whenever and wherever they need to.
Ottawa, ON (PRWEB) April 12, 2007
TrialStat Corporation (http://www.trialstat.com), a clinical data management on demand company, today revealed that its on demand EDC solution, ClinicalAnalytics 4.0™, has been nominated as a Laureate in the Science category for the 2007 Computerworld Honors Program. The Compterworld Honors Program is managed by the Computerworld Information Technology Awards Foundation and culminates in an annual event to take place in Washington D.C. on June 4th to announce the winners. The awards recognize organizations and institutions that are creating global best practices through the use of innovative new technologies. Computerworld is a leading news publication for information technology professionals.
ClinicalAnalytics (CA) 4.0, TrialStat’s on demand EDC solution, delivers speed, performance and a host of industry-leading capabilities to give customers the power and flexibility they need to get their clinical trials started quickly and cost effectively. It is the first EDC platform to allow all aspects of the study to be configured, deployed and managed through a browser-based interface. This enables customers to start their studies faster than traditional premise-based EDC software.
TrialStat’s submission to the award program described the positive impact of the company’s flexible data capture (FDC) architecture, which allows users to easily deploy CA 4.0 on different mobile devices across a range of clinical research. Using Sybase’s iAnywhere™ to render CA’s web-based forms, TrialStat enables clinicians to collect data on tablets, PDAs and Pocket PCs either through a wireless network or in disconnected mode in research environments that restrict wireless data access, such as in hospitals.
“To be nominated and recognized by our peers for CA’s mobile capabilities is a tremendous achievement,” said Jonathan Barker, President and CEO, TrialStat. “The nomination reinforces what we aspire to do everyday at TrialStat – and that is to continually deliver innovative products to our customers. Our partnership with Sybase has played an important role in achieving a vision of mobilizing our on demand EDC platform, helping our customers conduct clinical research whenever and wherever they need to.”
CA 4.0’s flexible data capture also provides fully integrated support for bar code scanning to facilitate and accelerate the collection of patient, lab and prescription data. Data captured with a bar code scanner can make use of CA 4.0’s standard real-time data validation capabilities, ensuring its accuracy and overall quality. In addition, CA 4.0 incorporates the industry’s only integrated support for intuitive, image-based data capture. This powerful technology allows clinicians to capture and visualize data graphically though interactive images on the screen, reducing the time to complete forms and dramatically improving the accuracy of collected data.
TrialStat Corporation is a privately held company that delivers clinical data management on demand by combining the company’s software as a service products for electronic data capture and systematic reviews with its full suite of data management services. CA 4.0 is a robust and scaleable clinical EDC on demand solution used by leading academic and contract research organizations. SRS 4.0™ automates systematic reviews using real-time collaboration and management tools to achieve transparent, auditable and reproducible results quickly and cost-effectively. For more information, please visit us at http://www.trialstat.com.
ClinicalAnalytics 4.0 and SRS 4.0 are registered trademarks of TrialStat Corporation.
iAnywhere is a registered trademark of Sybase, Inc.
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