MonitorForHire.com releases new mobile app

Tuesday, September 11, 2012 11:23 AM

Conshohocken, Penn.-based MonitorForHire.com, a patented, web-enabled management tool for locating and contracting independent clinical research monitors, has released a free mobile application. The app, designed for clinical research monitors registered with MonitorForHire.com, is available via Apple's App Store and Android's Google Play Store.

The application enables monitors to keep track of their current projects, view and receive open project invitations, log time, submit availability and stay in touch with all of MonitorForHire.com's opportunities. Monitors now can access opportunities directly from their mobile device using the project invitation feature, which also benefits CROs, pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies and academic institutions, by bringing staffing opportunities to monitors on the move.

"Pushing the boundaries of technology has enabled us to further our goal of advancing clinical workforce solutions," said Scott Freedman, founder and president of MonitorForHire.com. "We're constantly looking for ways to improve our services and provide monitors and sponsors with the best experience possible."

MonitorForHire.com’s technology platform hosts nearly 5,000 monitors and sponsors in over 60 countries.

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