PHT Corp. announced that its LogPad ePRO system is now available on the Windows Mobile platform as well as the Palm operating system. This expands PHT’s portfolio of eDiary devices by adding the Hewlett-Packard iPAQ 210, a slim, wireless handheld device with a high-resolution 4-inch color touch screen. It provides PHT customers and users with a range of benefits, including trustworthy SimpleSend telecommunication options and the ability to support many fonts and languages in global trials. Read the press release.
Medidata Solutions introduced the latest enhancement to its electronic data capture (EDC), management and reporting system, Medidata Rave – the Dynamic Tabulation Engine. This new feature expands Rave’s data-reporting capabilities and further increases the ease and speed at which clinical data can be made available for analysis, reporting and regulatory submissions in sponsor-specific or standards-based formats as they evolve, such as Study Data Tabulation Model (SDTM). Read the press release.
ProTrials Research Inc. has been selected by the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal as one of the area’s Top 50 Women-Owned Businesses for 2008. ProTrials is the only clinical research organization (CROs) to make the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal top 50 and is one of only a handful of women-owned and operated CROs worldwide. It recently attained certification by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, an elite group of women-owned and operated businesses. Read the press release.
At the DIA annual meeting in June, Quanticate introduced itself to the industry as a single entity comprised of two companies: Statwood and Oxford Pharmaceutical Sciences. The integration takes place after five years of collaboration. The company set up its first U.S. operation in Boston in July 2007, and the launch of Quanticate represents the first step in plans to expand the company’s capabilities and presence in the North American market. Read the press release.