Clinical ink and endpoint Announce ‘Industry-First’ Alliance

eSource and IRT Integration Simplifies the Site Experience

SAN FRANCISCO, CA & PHILADELPHIA, PA – May 18, 2017  Endpoint Clinical, the leading global interactive response technology (IRT) company, and Clinical ink, the pioneering provider of eSource and patient engagement technologies, have teamed up to integrate IRT and eSource in order to create a seamless user experience for investigator sites.

“The workload on investigator sites has steadily increased over the years; each technology advancement requires the site to learn new tools, remember more usernames and passwords, and work with yet another siloed data set for reporting” said Chuck Harris, CEO endpoint. “The endpoint-Clinical ink integration enables clinicians to focus their energy on what matters the most –  patient care.”

This collaboration between endpoint and Clinical ink integrates Clinical ink’s SureSource eSource platform and endpoint’s PULSE™ IRT.  Clinicians electronically record protocol required source data while accessing best-in-class IRT functionality to randomize patients and manage mission-critical clinical supply information through a single system during the patient visit.

“Clinical ink’s novel approach to capture clinical trial source data electronically during a patient visit coupled with endpoint’s IRT solution is a tremendous benefit for both sites and sponsors,” said Jonathan Andrus, COO Clinical ink.  “From the site perspective, it just made sense for us to collaborate – both the IRT and eSource system rely on the same patient data; our combined solution reduces the effort and risk of managing data across multiple platforms, helping to improve protocol execution.”

Otsuka Pharmaceuticals has provided critical support and guidance as this relationship evolved.  Their early adoption of eSource and vision of how other systems could be integrated created a lot of momentum for this ‘industry-first’ initiative.  “This effort not only improves the day-to-day operations and compliance of our clinical studies, but improves the speed with which we can obtain insights in to study data,” said Shashank Rohatagi, PhD, MBA, Leader, Data Sciences, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development and Commercialization.  “In addition to reducing the burden on clinical site personnel, the ability to increasingly integrate our clinical trial systems is key to real time access and insights of our clinical trial data; something not feasible in the past.”

Combining eSource and IRT, benefits both sites and sponsors by simplifying the critical randomization and tedious supply accountability tasks that typically require so much time and effort.  Clinical ink and endpoint Clinical are committed to continuously improving the utility of this ‘industry-first’ alliance to reduce the burden on sites and improve data quality for sponsors.

About endpoint

endpoint is an interactive response technology (IRT®) systems and solutions provider that supports the life sciences industry. Since 2009, we have been working with a single vision in mind, to help sponsors and pharmaceutical companies achieve clinical trial success. Our solutions, realized through the proprietary PULSE® platform have proven to maximize the supply chain, minimize operational costs, and ensure timely and accurate patient dosing. endpoint is headquartered in San Francisco, California with a global footprint in the APAC region and Europe.

About Clinical ink

Clinical ink is a global clinical trial technology company that is transforming the clinical trial experience. Founded in 2007, the Company’s proven and future-built eSource platform, which includes solutions for EDC replacement, eCOA, ePRO and more, accelerates time to value while delivering scientific results that matter. With offices in Winston-Salem, NC, and Philadelphia, PA, Clinical ink is advancing the business model responsible for bringing new treatments to market. Visit

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