In-house site management activities:

  • Primary and privileged contact for investigational sites providing an exceptional standard of service and care from site qualification through to termination
  • Conducting site communications (ICF’s, local EC/IRB submissions)
  • Supporting sites with any issues relating to protocol, drug, supplies or regulations.
  • Prepare and collect site specific documents
  • Assist sites to get access to study systems.
  • Review of recruitment plan and enrollment updates
  • Review site payment status
  • Assess drug/study supply status
  • Request outstanding documents
  • Follow-up on data entry, query status and SAE.


Project management activities:

  • Site regulatory package preparation and approval, collection of regulatory documents,
  • Provide prepared Ethics Committee package to PI for submission and follow up to secure approval where required
  • Ensure overall integrity of study implementation and adherence to study protocol.



Enhance sales revenues: identify problems and risks at trial sites remotely, and initiate corrective actions, thus reducing time to complete trials and achieving faster time to market. Decrease trial costs – Reduce your trial costs by conducting site visits only when high risk sites are identified, reducing travel cost and duration of stay at clinical trial sites.


Improve regulatory compliance:  Respond to regulatory queries quickly, enabling faster verification of trial results, and consequently, faster drug approval and time to market.