TrialStat CEO to Speak at C-TECH Clinical Technologies Congress

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TrialStat Corporation today announced that Jonathan Barker, the company’s President and CEO will speak at the C-TECH Clinical Technologies Congress in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Tuesday, October 23.

TrialStat Corporation, the industry’s first clinical data solutions on demand company, today announced that Jonathan Barker, the company’s President and CEO will speak at the C-TECH Clinical Technologies Congress in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Tuesday, October 23. With clinical research organizations struggling to simplify the way they deploy and manage EDC, Mr. Barker will discuss how Software as a Service (SaaS) or on demand applications accelerate knowledge transfer to enable contract research organizations, biopharma and medical device companies to speed time to market and lower overall costs. The two-day conference looks at how new technologies are becoming integrated into clinical trials and processes.

As a SaaS or on demand EDC solution, TrialStat’s ClinicalAnalytics 4.0™ (CA 4.0) enables organizations to deploy their studies twice as fast as the industry average, which reduces the time and cost associated with drug development. CA 4.0 provides contract research organizations and biopharma organizations with an innovative EDC platform that enables the rapid deployment and management of adaptive clinical trial designs.

Details of the presentation are:

When: October 23 at 4:15am (EST)

Where: The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

What: Knowledge Transfer and EDC

TrialStat will demonstrate CA 4.0 at BOOTH 7. To request a copy of the presentation, please contact the TrialStat media representative below.

For media inquiries, please contact:
Muay Lim
TrialStat Corporation
613-741-9909 ext 153
mlim @ trialstat.com
http://www.trialstat.com

ClinicalAnalytics 4.0 is a trademark of TrialStat Corporation.

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