Investigator Site Survey: Results Indicate Strong Appetite to Significantly Improve Efficiency with Web-based Clinical Document Exchange Tools

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rganizations (CROs), and to gain a better understanding of the challenges of using paper-based methods. The survey results ultimately revealed a significant opportunity for investigator sitesIntralinks conducted the “Intralinks Global Investigator Site Survey” last month to better understand how investigative sites manage the clinical trial document exchange process with sponsors and clinical research o to improve efficiency through web-based solutions for clinical trial document exchange.

Excerpt from the Argyle Corporate Counsel Forum

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Number one, just the nature of the beast, it is not secure, it is almost impossible to keep track of it on a long-term basis, so e-mail is really out of the question if we were going to maintain a trackable, auditable database of templates, executed contracts, policies, and then of course for larger projects if we end up in a document review situation. So e-mail is out of the question.