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Leverage IT to optimize clinical development

​​​​​​​Developing drugs is complex, costly and takes years. Yet companies can’t afford to take shortcuts. Systematic processes and compliance with regulatory requirements are essential if a drug is to become a commercial success. 

Transforming performance 
To achieve this you need an integrated IT strategy designed to support and optimize your entire clinical information supply chain. An eClinical analysis helps clarify how to create the most advantageous IT landscape and organize the crucial interfaces between people, processes and technology.

We will help you develop your IT strategy and implement your business critical systems across your clinical value chain. We offer a range of services from eClinical analysis, CDMS and CDW implementation, CDISC standardization to Clinical Collaboration Platforms, and follow-up monitoring services to track your success.


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Rasmus Koch Nelund+45 3079 6411rmne@nnit.com​​Vice Presidenthttps://www.linkedin.com/in/rasmusnelundRasmus Koch Nelund

 
 

 

 

Clinical Trial Regulationhttps://www.nnit.com/Life-Sciences/Clinical-Development/Pages/Clinical-Trial-Regulation.aspxClinical Trial Regulation
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