ClinPhone wins clinical contracts

Nottingham-headquartered Clinical Technology Organisation ClinPhone has won five contracts with a combined value over £4m to supply equipment for clinical trials


Nottingham-headquartered Clinical Technology Organisation (CTO) ClinPhone has won five contracts with a combined value over £4m to supply equipment for clinical trials.



Under the contract, Clinphone is to supply technology for large, complex, multi-site trials for three of the world’s top ten pharmaceutical companies.



ClinPhone’s technology is designed to reduce the cost and duration of running clinical trials and the company claims it improves the accuracy, integrity and consistency of data collected. The company has experience in over 2,000 clinical trials and its client base includes most of the world’s leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies.



Building on ClinPhone’s experience in patient randomisation and trial supply chain management for complex global clinical trials, these new contracts further solidify the company’s position as the leader in providing technology solutions to the pharmaceutical industry.



Steve Kent, chief executive officer of ClinPhone, said: ‘The contract wins are prime examples of clients who repeatedly return to ClinPhone to take advantage of our leading technology solutions and the expertise of our people. ClinPhone has worked with all three clients previously and we are thrilled that they have returned to us to assist with their technology needs.’