Cmed celebrates one year anniversary of encapsia

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Cmed announced its one-year anniversary of the launch of encapsia, an innovative cloud-based clinical data suite of Apps that helps biotech and pharma sponsors transform the way data is captured, monitored and reviewed in clinical trials. The app-based solution is now being used by eight pharma companies, including two of the top five, for a variety of EDC and direct data capture eSource clinical trials.

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Cmed relocates to larger office in North Carolina

Monday, November 19, 2012

Cmed, a clinical trials services and advanced software provider, has relocated its North Carolina office to new, larger premises in Creekstone Park, Durham, N.C.. The new 7,700 square foot facility has almost 50% more space than the former office and represents a considerable asset in the drive for the company’s growth.

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Cmed launches Timaeus GTB to speed study setup

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Cmed Technology has launched Timaeus Guided Trial Builder (GTB), a new product that introduces an entirely different approach to reduce the time and effort required to start up electronic trials. GTB builds on a decade of real-world experience managing trials in Cmed’s CRO division. GTB enables study teams to speed up and simplify Study Setup—without sacrificing flexibility, quality or adherence to best practices.

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Ecron Acunova Founder Steps Down

Friday, April 24, 2009

Ecron Acunova, a CRO based out of Germany, India and the United States, appointed Antal Hajos managing director and CEO Europe, replacing ECRON founder and CEO Klaus Wiedey, who will serve as an advisor to the company. In his new role, Hajos will oversee all business, strategic and operational aspects of the European operations. Prior to joining Ecron Acunova last year, Hajos was director of global clinical operations with Altana Pharma and later CEO of Altana/Nycomed’s research and development center and Indian affiliate in Mumbai, India.

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Cmed Raises $10M to Advance EDC

Monday, December 15, 2008

UK-based contract research organization (CRO) Cmed has raised almost $10 million in growth capital—funds that will be used to advance the company’s electronic data capture (EDC) system and the company’s brand worldwide.

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