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ALPHADAS®, from Instem (formerly Logos Technologies) is the market leading e-Source, pro-active EDC system designed predominantly for Early Phase clinical trials which addresses the needs of investigators and sponsors alike. It is a market proven, world class product which is currently used in four continents by small to large early phase clinical research organizations and top 10 pharmaceuticals. ALPHADAS is a mobile, schedule-driven, event based automation system that provides real-time pro-active EDC at the bedside, station or remote location. Its ability to integrate with medical devices, central ECG systems and central laboratories means minimum human data entry is required, simultaneously reducing human error and increasing efficiency, yielding immediate significant returns on investment. Its site specific tools provide workflow driven automation through time driven and status based events as well as bar-coded sample tracking, further improving quality and traceability. Its depth of proven functionality over other systems to date has been untouched. The dedicated team behind ALPHADAS are ‘Experts in Early Phase EDC’ and provide an unrivalled level of service, experience and expertise to its clients. ALPHADAS is a modular, flexible and scalable solution that can encompass a clients bespoke requirements and, coupled with Instem's, flexible and partnership orientated approach to a clients business requirements makes for a compelling proposition that delivers impressive returns for our clients. For more information visit www.instem.com
Last update of this entry: June 05, 2015
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