Open source trial software boasts speed

Akaza Research has released the beta version of OpenClinica 3.0 clinical trial software, which now includes source data verification tools, task-oriented navigation, study dashboards, and a web services API. Akaza says the new release boasts "an order of magnitude improvement in application speed for studies with over 10,000 subjects and over 1 million data points. The open-source software is free. Announcement

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