We often say that our people are our most important asset, but why can’t we answer basic questions, such as: • Which projects need resources? • Who is available and when? • Who is over-utilized? • How can resources be shifted to maximize output? This free webinar will demonstrate the newest version of Intrinsic’s cloud-based […]Read More
Be on the Cutting Edge of Clinical Trial Management SolutionsTake some time to view our demos and see what Intrinsic can do for you, learn how our clients have used ICS to run their studies by reviewing our case studies, and read firsthand accounts from our clients in the testimonials section. Catch up on the latest news by checking out our blog and white papers, and be sure to check back regularly for updated news and events!
Existing clinical trial management systems have everything and the kitchen sink in them, leading to overwhelmed users who are less likely to use the system. With Intrinsic, you get a CTMS engineered to be focused on study management and less on tracking needless details. Please join us on Wednesday, July 26th at 12:00 PM EDT […]Read More
Many companies struggle with having to pull data from multiple systems to populate their CTMS. Whether data is coming from external CROs or internal systems, manual data entry and copy/paste imports lead to data errors, wasted time, and wasted money. The Intrinsic Clinical Systems CTMS can integrate all your study data from CROs, MS Project […]Read More
Pharmaceutical companies have been operating in the cloud for over a decade. For clinical trials, EDC (Electronic Data Capture) was the first of the eClinical systems to move into the cloud. Cloud-based CTMS (Clinical Trial Management Systems) have had a slower cloud adoption, but in the last several years, pharmaceutical companies have been pushing for […]Read More
This past Christmas Santa Claus bestowed upon my household a shiny new PlayStation 4. This highly in-demand gaming system featured the latest processor and next generation graphics, along with a whole slew of functionality that either improved on that of its predecessor or had previously been absent altogether. The old PlayStation 3 had to be […]Read More
The systems used in clinical R&D (or commercial, or HR, or finance…), like everything else in the world (people included), eventually grow old and stop working the way we’d like them to. Fortunately, these systems can be replaced – though not necessarily any more cheaply or easily than your Uncle Irwin’s hip. Done the right […]Read More
Recently I wrote a blog about the steps required to successfully select a clinical systems vendor that will truly deliver against your needs. To review: write a business case, collect detailed requirements, write a clear RFI, quickly narrow down your list of candidates, host some dog & pony shows, and finally make a decision. Whew! That’s a lot, […]Read More