San Francisco, June 14, 2016 — endpoint, an interactive response technology (IRT®) solutions provider, introduces its new clinical supply management tool DRIVE, which enables IRT functionality for non-IRT and Investigator-Sponsored Trials (IIT). DRIVE will be unveiled at the Drug Information Association Annual Meeting, June 26-30, in Philadelphia.
DRIVE delivers the benefits of IRT supplies management to the entire development program, including early-phase non-IRT and IIT, in one system — saving sponsors and sites time, reducing waste and optimizing the supply chain. Features include:
“While individual, stand-alone IRT systems for patient and supplies management are not warranted for every study, the challenge of managing supplies across IRT and non-IRT studies, including IIT, remains a sponsor pain point. To alleviate this issue, endpoint has developed DRIVE, a dynamic, easy-to-use clinical supply management hub,” said Chuck Harris, general manager. “DRIVE reflects endpoint’s commitment to addressing our industry’s challenges with novel, SaaS-based solutions.”
endpoint will also be unveiling its new brand, which showcases endpoint’s services and technology by both highlighting the company’s proven expertise and emphasizing PULSE® as a reliable IRT solution. Stop by Booth 501 at DIA or schedule a meeting to ask about endpoint’s feature-rich supply chain and clinical management tools and see how it gets Straight to the Point.
endpoint is focused primarily on providing interactive response technology (IRT®) systems and solutions that support the life sciences industry. endpoint’s proprietary IRT system configuration engine, PULSE®, provides non-technical users with the necessary tools to design and deploy customized IRT solutions in just four weeks. Having a team with up to 20 years of industry experience and headquartered in San Francisco, endpoint has been developing IRT systems since 2009. See how our flexible IRT solution meets the unique needs of any clinical trial at www.endpointclinical.com.
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