4G Clinical is driven by a single purpose: bringing crucial medicines to those who need them faster. While we are not discovering the next novel compound in the lab, we are doing our part by leveraging our extensive experience and technological innovations to bring speed and agility to clinical trials.
This is why we've committed ourselves to helping sponsors and CROs to follow the science, wherever it may lead, as quickly and as safely as we can.
It is our responsibility to facilitate the creativity of scientific research to develop
investigational drugs. Our best-in-class solutions are driven by modern technology to bring
the speed and flexibility needed to deploy today's clinical trials and
the adaptability to scale alongside your study.
Whether you need to reach FPI faster
or spend longer refining your study protocol,
Prancer RTSM® provides the speed and
flexibility required to support today's
most complex trials.
Gain visibility into your supply chain like never
before through fast, powerful visualisations
and scenario modelling at your fingertips.
Times faster implementation of mid-study changes
Operational efficiency gain
Reduction of drug waste
Configurable and flexible RTSM
4G Clinical’s RTSM has completely changed the way we have built studies and managed our supplies.
Senior Director, Product Development, Infinity Pharmaceuticals
Paidion selected 4G Clinical as our preferred RTSM provider because they consistently provide high-quality customer service and innovative functionality to meet the needs of paediatric clinical trials. They have met or exceeded our expectations on all our shared projects.
Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, Paidion Research, Inc.
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