Madison, WI (PRWEB) May 29, 2014
Forte Research Systems, Inc., a leading developer of specialized clinical trial management systems (CTMS) and enterprise research solutions, has announced new enhancements to the OnCore® Enterprise Research system that increase the efficiency of biospecimen management operations. The enhancements simplify data entry and management of specimen information, streamlining processes around biospecimen banking.
OnCore Biospecimen Management Module
The biospecimen management module in the OnCore system helps organizations manage all banking and correlative study operations within one system. This means an organization can easily track, monitor, and report on activities for individual samples, and gain immediate insight into operations at the biorepository-level — all within a centralized, secure system.
The newest enhancements to the system increase efficiency around data entry, specimen updates, and inventory management for biospecimen banking. With these new enhancements, users can:
Forte works in close collaboration with its customer community to develop the OnCore system. In addition to the biospecimen management module, OnCore includes modules for clinical research management, billing compliance, EDC, patient registries, and integrations.
“We listen to the needs of our customers to deliver solutions that address key operational challenges,” said Srini Kalluri, founder, president, CEO, and chief customer officer. “These enhancements to the biospecimen management module help organizations take their processes to the next level.”
About Forte Research Systems, Inc.
Forte Research Systems, Inc. has been developing specialized software for clinical research since 2000. The product family includes OnCore® Enterprise Research, Allegro® CTMS, and Overture® EDC. Forte provides complimentary blog articles, eBooks, webinars and more to support continuous learning on industry topics. With a strong belief in community and standards-based development, Forte also facilitates the Onsemble® community, the Allegro Community, and Research Resonance® Network, a technology-enabled community of sites pursuing data-driven excellence in clinical research operations.