ClinPhone Wins Best Technological Development Award
News Oct 15, 2007
ClinPhone has been granted a Best Technological Development in Clinical Trial Management Systems Award, for their drug accountability solution, at the inaugural GCPj Awards 2007. The Good Clinical Practice Journal Awards were developed to recognize, honor and reward corporate and individual excellence and celebrate innovation throughout the clinical trials industry.
This award follows on the company’s successful track record having recently scooped various awards including an International Stevie® Award for drug accountability.
ClinPhone Drug Accountability is a cutting edge web-based solution that enables centralized management of the entire clinical trial supply chain. It is the first application of its kind to provide full electronic management and visibility of the clinical supply chain, providing end-to-end documentation detailing the lifecycle of individual investigational products.
ClinPhone Drug Accountability provides a robust solution to the current challenges in clinical trial drug accountability. Key features include the management and tracking of entire medication supply chain from issue to destruction; full integrated reporting of drug accountability, reconciliation, returns and destruction; integration with ClinPhone Trial Supply Management databases and off-line monitoring functionality.
Dr. Bill Byrom, Vice President, Product Management, comments: “ClinPhone’s drug accountability solution is now successfully supporting many clinical trials worldwide, enabling better accuracy of records and consolidation of data. Winning this prestigious award is a great honor for ClinPhone demonstrating that our dedication to providing innovative and reliable technology solutions has been recognized by the industry.”
University of Wisconsin–Madison Professor of Chemistry Shannon Stahl has received the Steenbock Professorship in Chemical Sciences. In addition to advancing the fundamental science in this area, Stahl has been involved in numerous industrial collaborations that have led to practical applications, including target applications relevant to pharmaceutical synthesis.READ MORE