February 9, 2017 – ROCHESTER, NY – Bio-Optronics, the makers of the market-leading Clinical Conductor clinical trial management system (CTMS) announces the release of an advanced business intelligence (BI) reporting module designed to provide health systems, CROs and other research organizations real-time access to analytics that drive decisions and business growth.
The BI reporting tool, available as a module in Clinical Conductor CTMS, allows users to quickly create recurring and ad-hoc reports that produce clear insights and identify trends that empower business leaders to make confident decisions that positively impact all levels of the research business.
“Clinical research business leaders are expressing a clear need for a tool that quickly and easily organizes their enormous quantities of data into something actionable,” says Kate Yawman, Product Line Manager for Clinical Conductor CTMS. “With just a few clicks, our BI module provides access to the information our users need to run the world’s best research.”
The business intelligence reporting module is available now for users of Clinical Conductor CTMS. Bio-Optronics will be debuting the BI Module at 9th Annual SCOPE Summit, taking place February 12-15, 2018 in Orlando, FL. The Clinical Conductor CTMS team will also be exhibiting at the 12th Annual Clinical Trial Billing and Research Compliance Conference in Orlando, FL from February 26th-27th, and at the 4th European Conference on Clinical Research in Vienna, Austria.
Bio-Optronics, the creator of Clinical Conductor CTMS, is a leading software and services company that creates user-focused software and services for healthcare organizations that positively impacts the lives of patients around the world. Clinical Conductor CTMS is an established clinical trial management system designed to help businesses run the world’s best research. Utilized by thousands of research organizations worldwide, Clinical Conductor is designed to simplify and standardize complex research processes for businesses managing and conducting clinical trials.