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Smooth Drug Development Selects CRO Starter Kit™ CTMS by Flex Databases

Published: Monday, September 23, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, September 23, 2013
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Flex Databases to release an electronic data capture (EDC) product in Q4 2013.

Flex Databases has announced that Smooth Drug Development has selected Flex CRO Starter Kit™ as its CTMS solution.

Smooth Drug Development is a full-service CRO headquartered in St. Petersburg, Russia. Smooth performs phase I-IV studies and runs 2 phase I units in St. Petersburg.

"We looked at a number of solutions on the market", said Dmitry Morozovsky, CEO of Smooth Drug Development. "In Flex Databases we found a solution which gives us the breadth of functionality we have not seen before, as Flex provide both PSA (such as timesheets, budgets, planning, utilization) and clinical research tools on the same platform. What especially caught our attention is the fact that Flex Databases are going to be releasing an electronic data capture (EDC) product in Q4 2013. We run a lot of bioequivalence studies, where operational efficiency is crucial, and having a single platform bringing together resource management, CTMS and EDC will allow us to shorten study timelines and further improve performance on the studies we run."

"Smooth Drug Development are a forward looking dynamic company who were quick to see the value of our platform", said Timur Galimov, Technical Director at Flex Databases.

Galimov continued, "We come across a lot of interest towards our upcoming EDC product, and we are pleased to have found an early adopter of our EDC technology even before the product has been released. Smooth Drug Development have one of the most comprehensive offerings we have seen in clinical research, and we are keen to help them grow by offering a platform which will streamline all the processes of their business".


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