eRegulatory for Clinical Research Sites – Complion
Complion’s platform is the accepted standard, built by clinical researchers for clinical researchers. It ensures the highest level of compliance with the least amount of work, so that you can focus on what matters – your trials.
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Drawing on his engineering background, Rick built the first version of the Complion software platform to store regulatory documentation, and in close collaboration with leading medical centers, Complion was born. Since its founding, Complion has grown significantly and built a strong team of clinical research and software development experts.
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Complion is a document management and workflow platform for clinical research sites. Built by clinical researchers for clinical researchers, it transforms the way clinical trial documentation is …
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Complion’s new eRegulatory Buyer’s Guide includes 38 critical considerations for selecting an eRegulatory system. This guide provides an at-a-glance perspective on functionality, visibility, scalability, ease of use, and other considerations. Download this guide to: Identify critical components for ensuring 21 CFR Part 11 Compliance