GlaxoSmithKline Standardizes on BioClinica Trident IWR Solution

GlaxoSmithKline Standardizes on BioClinica Trident IWR Solution
BioClinica®, Inc., (NASDAQ: BIOC), a global provider of clinical trial management services, today announced that GlaxoSmithKline LLC ("GSK") has signed a multi-year enterprise technology agreement to deploy BioClinica's Trident IWR (Interactive Web Response) system across its Phase I-IV clinical trials.

"GSK had a requirement for a new solution to enable internal staff to configure and manage highly complex IWR clinical studies, and we are pleased GSK chose Trident," said Mark Weinstein, CEO of BioClinica. "We look forward to supporting GSK so that they can successfully deploy and utilize our software in their upcoming studies."

Trident IWR's unique design provides clinical operations personnel with an intuitive way to directly set up, monitor, and maintain randomization and supplies for their clinical trials, in a fraction of the time previously required. Trident IWR delivers rapid study setup without the need for programming, while simultaneously delivering world-class IVR (Interactive Voice Response) system phone support through the same simplified configuration process.

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About BioClinica, Inc.

BioClinica, Inc. is a leading global provider of integrated, technology-enhanced clinical trial management services. BioClinica supports pharmaceutical and medical device innovation with imaging core lab, internet image transport, electronic data capture, interactive voice and web response, clinical trial management and clinical supply chain design and optimization solutions. BioClinica services maximize efficiency and manageability throughout all phases of the clinical trial process. With more than 20 years of experience and over 2,000 successful trials to date, BioClinica has supported the clinical development of many new medicines from early phase trials through final approval. BioClinica operates state-of-the-art, regulatory-body-compliant imaging core labs on two continents, and supports worldwide eClinical and data management services from offices in the United States, Europe and Asia. For more information, please visit www.bioclinica.com.

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