Velos partners with Combaiba; LabVantage buys Software Point;

> Fremont, CA-based Velos, a provider of clinical trials management software, says that it has partnered with Combaiba to give its customers products to aid in risk management and compliance monitoring in research, transplant medicine and biological specimen management. Velos release

> James Thomasch is leaving his post as financial chief at Franklin, MA-based medical devices firm PLC Systems ($PLCSF) to become CEO of Clinquest, a provider of clinical trial and biostatistics consulting services. Clinquest, a subsidiary of Amsterdam-based Clinquest Group, has offices in Hudson, MA. Story

> Perceptive Informatics, a provider of software for clinical trials and a subsidiary of Parexel International ($PRXL), said that it conducted a survey during a webinar and found that 80 percent of respondents are planning some form of adaptive clinical trial design over the next 12 months. Release

> LabVantage Solutions, a Bridgewater, NJ, provider of laboratory information management software, has acquired its longtime partner in northern Europe, Software Point, which has offices in Finland, Sweden and Norway. Financial terms weren't announced. LabVantage release

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