a global provider of clinical trial management services, will exhibit at the 46th Drug Information Association (DIA) Annual Meeting from June 13- 17, 2010 in Washington, D.C., where it will showcase the BioClinica eClinical Technology Suite as well as introduce the BioClinica Integrated Operations Platform (BIOP). This advancement in clinical support technology uses Microsoft Office and SharePoint platforms to deliver a real world window on clinical operations.
This development will enable BioClinica to make operational data accessible in Microsoft Office and SharePoint applications that most customers already use.
“Our customers told us that they needed a simpler way to centralize and share their operational data for managing clinical trials. Through our work with Microsoft we are embracing the SharePoint and Office tools that many customers already have and use. Unlike other solutions, this platform untethers the clinical data, making the data more easily accessible and therefore more usable,"said Mark Weinstein, CEO of BioClinica.
The SharePoint platform delivers increased workflow efficiencies among life sciences colleagues, partners and customers. BioClinica CTMS utilizes SharePoint, creating customer oversight to eClinical workflow and access to data and reports through the Microsoft Office platform.
“To keep up with market demands, life sciences companies are under increased pressure to speed the pace of clinical trials and quickly bring new drugs to market,” said Michael Naimoli, director of life sciences industry solutions, Microsoft. “With the integration of our Office and SharePoint platforms, BioClinica customers can liberate their data for a comprehensive, real-time view into studies and pertinent information, with Office Smart clinical trial management systems.”