Clinical Trial Portals Absolutely, Positively Essential for Small, Mid-Size Biotech Firms
Are You Standing Out in an Increasingly Crowded Space?

A WCG | CenterWatch FREE Webinar
Friday, April 27, 2018 • 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EDT

In the biotech industry, size does matter. Increasingly, it’s the small and midsize biotech and pharmaceutical firms that are running the majority of clinical trials. And it’s large pharma that’s now partnering all over the place with smaller companies to outsource R&D efforts, much as they have outsourced operations to CROs and FSPs.

Studies also are getting smaller. While the number of study starts has continued to rise, the number of sites participating has not. The bottom line? Your company is on the right side of the supply-demand curve. But it also means increasing competition for your services.

Are you prepared for this challenge? What does your clinical trials portal look like? Can you demonstrate to Big Pharma that you’re head and shoulders above the competition — that you’ve got a world-class clinical trials portal that runs like a well-oiled machine?

If you want to attract partners, your site needs to be beyond smooth-running. It needs to be supremely efficient, enabling milestones and deadlines to be met — driving payments from investors.

Looking for ways to leverage investments to hit those milestones predictably? Want to know how to demonstrate conclusively that you’ve got the technology solutions that your partners are expecting to ensure that startup timelines are achieved?

In just 60 minutes, from the comfort of your own office, you’ll get an in-depth view of why it’s essential for your company to develop a world-class clinical trials portal. Save this date April 27, 2018 — to hear one of the leading authorities on biotech clinical trials explain how to build or modify a portal that will enable you to run compliant and efficient trials and stay ahead of your competition in getting to market. Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • How clinical trial portals enable you to differentiate yourself from your competition with potential Big Pharma and VC partners
  • How to demonstrate you’ve got the technology solutions in place to efficiently meet milestones, deadlines, and startup times for your clinical trials
  • How to attract the top sites to participate in your clinical studies
  • How to leverage investments to predictably hit milestones and deadlines

Take advantage of this free, timely presentation to learn the nuances of clinical trials portals. Sign up now.

Who Will Benefit

This session is appropriate for biopharma professionals who are responsible for pharmacovigilance programs, including individuals holding these job titles:

  • Vice President, Clinical Operations
  • Director, Clinical Operations
  • Study manager
  • Regulatory specialist
  • Strategic Planner

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Meet Your Presenters


Brian Mundy

Director of Product Strategy, WCG ePharmaSolutions.

Mundy helps to shape the strategy for the ePharmaONE Clinical Trial Portal and Study Startup applications. Mundy has more than 15 years of experience working in IT roles, with 11+ years working in the Life Sciences industry. For the last nine years, he has been working with Clinical Solutions vendors providing cutting edge technology solutions for the clinical space, including eTMFs, Clinical Trial Portals, Site Portals. Prior to joining ePharmaSolutions, Munday held several positions with NextDocs, a leading regulatory content management software vendor and was an IS Security Analyst for Henry Schein, the world's largest provider of health care products for the office based dental, veterinarian and medical practices.


Steven Beales

Senior Vice President of IT and the Market Owner of Safety Solutions, ePharmaSolutions

An expert in the field of safety reporting technology, Beales has 25 years of experience in IT, and has spent more than 16 years in the pharmaceutical industry. He joined ePS in in 2009 and led implementation of the company’s Clinical Trial Portal at Genentech across 100+ countries. In 2015, he led implementation of Clinical Trial Safety Portal at Roche, which included a data-driven rules engine configured with safety regulations from those countries, which saved the company hundreds of millions of dollars.