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Refreshing New Ideas, Bold Innovations, Revolutionary Yet Simple.

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WHO

We are a bunch of data savants who dare to challenge the status quo when it comes to Clinical Trials Data Management and Analysis. We feel the Clinical Programming World is a laggard when it comes to catching up with the current technology and industry standards. We hope to implement revolutionary yet simple ideas and convert them to tangible assests which can reduce drug discovery timelines.

  PRODUCTS

We are working on the following projects that are in tune with our philosophy and mission.

Reproducible Research Tool. A tool that will blend in your current processes and bring in efficiency and reproducibility.

Analysis and Reporting Tool that would be compatible with SAS, R and other tools, that will replace or enhance native Statistical analysis and report generation.

CDISC Mapper and Validation Tool for SDTM and ADAM standards.

We aim for our Products to bring in traceability between various Clinical Research Teams and reduce timelines and streamline Submission Readiness process in creating Define.Xml and Define.Pdf while meeting all Regulatory requirements.

WHY US

We say "Why Not". We have

 Commanding Technical Knowledge and Industry exposure of tools not limited to only the traditional tools used by the Clinical World.

 A Collective Creative Pool which is thirsty to experiment and innovate.

 Extensive experience to make meaningful contributions to the Clincal Team that can create long lasting endeavors.

  SERVICES

We offer the following Clinical Statistical Programming and Data Management Services

Statistical Analysis

Statistical Programming for Clinical Studies.

Mapping, Creation and Conversion of Legacy Datasets to C