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PRODUCTS

  • R&D Pharmaceutical Tablet Press: NP-RD30

    Natoli Engineering is quickly becoming the leader in R&D tablet presses with this next-generation rotary tablet press. Designed to help solve formulation and scale-up challenges, the NP-RD30 rotary R&D tablet press replicates the design and functionality of a production press. The turret velocity of the NP-RD30 can reach that of production presses, meaning dwell time can be more accurately established during research and development.

  • eClinicalGPS

    eClinicalGPS is designed to automate and streamline clinical site payments, getting sites paid faster and more accurately with less administrative burden. Configured

  • Worldwide Clinical Trials Early Phase Services Overview

    Founded by physicians committed to advancing medical science, Worldwide is out to change how the world sees CROs — in the best possible way. From Bioanalytical Sciences through Phase IIa trials, our Early Phase Services include a 300-bed clinical site in San Antonio, Texas that is GCP/ICH compliant. Specimens are seamlessly transferred internally, or to a lab of your choice, for sample bioanalysis. We never compromise on science or safety. We’re never satisfied with the status quo. We’re the Cure for the Common CRO.

  • Wideband Signal Record And Playback System: IQC91000A

    Bird offers the new IQC91000A Record and Playback System designed for recording modern waveforms for demanding mission requirements in electronic defense systems, and isolating anomalies that occur during system integration and real-world validation testing. The IQC91000A continuously records 90 minutes of 1000 MHz waveforms with its 12 bit fidelity, ensuring the capture of transient and unexpected events.

  • Investigator

    The JD7 Investigator is an asset management and leak detection tool for insertion into pressurized pipelines up to 232PSI.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • Embedded Analytics Take Business To The Next Level

    By partnering with GoodData, Mavenlink is able to offer highly customizable analytics without compromising the benefits of its scalable, multi-enant SaaS solution. The interactive report builder makes it possible for customers to answer their own unique business questions.

  • Alaris Supports Ascentas’ Cloud-First Strategy

    Ascentas first company in Europe to leverage the power of Alaris Capture Pro Software in the cloud.

  • Central Laboratory Interlaboratory Comparison Program To Assess The Comparability Of Data Of Tests From Four Regional Laboratories Involved In Global Clinical Trials

    The objective of this study was to develop and support a process for assessing the comparability of data used in global clinical trials from four individual laboratories, wholly owned by the same central laboratory entity, and that the same tests on the same samples are under statistical control and acceptable limits of variation.

  • Strategies For Developing Xilinx’s Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoC

    New RFSoC technologies add RF-class analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog data converters to Xilinx’s family of FPGAs. This white paper looks at current trends in data converters and signal processing to better understand the capabilities of RFSoC and how to best use the technology.

  • Advanced Clinical Achieves A Strategic Advantage With Veeva Vault eTMF

    Contract research organization Advanced Clinical leverages Veeva Vault eTMF to run faster, higher-quality trials for study partners.

  • Live Data Saves Money at Yorba Linda

    Yorba Linda Water District (YLWD) has 25,000 potable water connections, serving residents in the hilly terrain of Yorba Linda and parts of Placentia, Brea, Anaheim, and Orange County, in California, US. The District, founded in 1909, has 4,000 fire hydrants, 11 active wells, 14 reservoirs below ground, and 20 major and sub-pressure zones. Elevation ranges from 400 to 1,400 feet above sea level. The District imports about a third of its water, supplementing its groundwater supply.

  • Unlocking The Full Potential Of Precision Medicine In Oncology

    Precision oncology promises a new standard of care where therapies are tailored to the molecular profile of a specific tumor. For the full potential of precision medicine to be realized, regulatory, technical, clinical, and economic frameworks will need to evolve to the nuances of these novel treatments.

  • Back On Track: Data Rescue On Pediatric Rare Disease Trial

    A pharma company developing a drug to treat urea cycle disorder struggled with a CRO that was not effectively managing the study data. As trouble mounted, the CRO quit, stranding the project at a critical point in the development cycle. Premier Research was able to step in and successfully take over the data management and statistics portion of the trial to keep the trial on track.

  • Connecting The Internet Of Things

    The Internet of Things (IoT) can be daunting to understand considering the overwhelming amount of articles available on the subject. Meanwhile, the rapid proliferation of new IoT devices continues in both our personal lives as well as in virtually every industry. The purpose of this document is to quell the hype and facilitate a discussion of how to prepare for and manage an IoT deployment at a fundamental level.

  • How Charlotte Russe Slashed Costs And Streamlined Operations Across The Company

    Under new leadership, the Charlotte Russe facilities management team initiated a project to identify ways to further expand the usage of the ServiceChannel platform the company had deployed years ago. Previous to this project, the company had been using ServiceChannel primarily as a work order management platform.

  • How Cloud Hosting Benefits Your Field Service Organization

    In today’s field service environment, service-centric businesses must align themselves with customer expectations more closely, respond to market changes more swiftly, and deliver services more quickly and consistently.

  • eCOA Trends To Watch

    With acceptance of personal electronic devices (e.g., smartphones and tablets) by the public, the use of computerized systems to collect clinical outcomes assessment (COA) data in clinical trials is commonplace and becoming the preferred and recommended method. As the regulators continue to encourage its use in clinical trials, eCOA deployment will continue to evolve. Read more about hot eCOA topics that demonstrate the trend toward patient-centricity are described here.

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