Press Release | May 11, 2011
CompleWare Corporation announces the launch of CompleClinical, the next generation Clinical Research Information System.
IOWA CITY, Iowa, May 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — CompleWare Corporation announces the launch today of CompleClinical, the next generation Clinical Research Information System.
“The pharmaceutical industry has long needed a single software application that is fully customizable, totally integrated, and highly efficient to capture, manage, validate, and display all types of clinical research data in drug development trials,” said CompleWare President, John Weiler, MD, MBA. CompleClinical captures electronic patient reported outcomes (ePRO) data, also known as diary data, electronic case report form (eCRF) data, and physiological data (such as electrocardiograms [ECG], vital signs, spirometry, radiological images, and laboratory results).
CompleClinical also provides extensive Clinical Trial Management System functionality for the vast array of forms and information that must be managed in pharmaceutical trials such as: central randomization, essential document control, monitor reporting, and central data review. “CompleClinical required five years to design and develop because of the sophistication and customization that it offers,” said Weiler.
“The software launched today includes core functionality to capture and manage a wide range of data, integrated with key administrative functions, including authorization and authentication, form generation, and user, site, subject, and protocol management,” said Roger Carney, CompleWare Chief Information Officer and team leader for the CompleClinical Project.
CompleClinical can collect data from one to thousands of sites and thousands of patients globally. With a single click the entire application can be displayed in virtually any language – such as Chinese, Russian, or English.
Additional releases of CompleClinical, expected in the third quarter, will capture data from many additional devices, allowing study sponsors considerable flexibility in selecting equipment to capture physiological data, distinguishing CompleClinical from all other applications available today.
CompleWare used Microsoft’s new Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) platform to develop CompleClinical (which was also used to develop Windows 7), allowing for innovative graphic displays of data. CompleClinical is available for in-licensing or using the Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud computing model.