etrials, a provider of software for clinical trial data and services, is locating its QuickStudy electronic platform at Peak 10.

Peak 10 offers a variety of data, web and network services at five different centers across the Southeast.

“Our solutions reduce the time and expense of clinical trials by providing sponsors and contract research organizations the critical, fully integrated tools they need to effectively capture, manage, analyze and explore clinical trial research data,” said Robert Sammis, chief operating officer with etrials, in a statement.

etrials describes its software as “eClinical’.

“We chose to relocate our QuickStudy platform to offer the best available technology to support our client’s need for access to quality data quickly and reliably under all circumstances with redundant recovery and business continuation capabilities,” he added. “We selected Peak 10 because they were able to meet our infrastructure needs and rigorous redundancy and recovery requirements.”

The eClinical platform collects data from various devices and platforms from electronic patient diaries to interactive voice response.


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