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The Connected CTMS

Data management is just as critical to the success of a clinical
trial as recruiting the right patients and monitoring risks.
A powerhouse clinical trial management system (CTMS) can
be seen as a valuable addition to a study’s team – one that
brings unrivalled cost savings and efficiencies to the table.

As today’s trials grow in scope, geographical reach and
complexity, outdated management processes are no longer
equipped to handle the vast amount of data being produced
on a daily, if not hourly, basis. Imagine going through the
checkout line at the supermarket and, instead of watching
the cashier electronically scan each product, you must wait
patiently as each individual barcode is read and recorded
manually. Not only is this approach time-consuming, but
it also introduces the potential for human error.

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Brion Regan has nearly 15 years of industry experience and has established himself as a thought leader in the application of data-driven process optimisation and cloud-based technologies that improve clinical development in the clinical research space. As Product Manager for ERT’s Trial Oversight Suite, he leads the commercial development and management of the company’s growing portfolio of Softwareas- a-Service solutions.
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