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Philadelphia, PA, May 28, 2018– PhUSE has its roots in Europe where it was geared to statistical programmers. It has now evolved into a go to global membership organization and platform for the discussion of topics encompassing the work of data managers, biostatisticians, statistical programmers and eClinical IT professionals. This is the organization’s first conference in the US, which will be held from June 3rd to June 6th in Raleigh, NC.
PhUSE Connect is a multi-day event being held this year in Raleigh, NC. It gives members the opportunity to connect, exchange ideas through presentations and workshops in some of the leading topics in today’s Biopharmaceutical industry.
“We are very excited to be a pioneer exhibitor at this conference. The event sold out a few weeks ago, which is impressive for a new conference and I believe this is a testament to the quality of material which will be discussed. The subject matter to be presented at the conference fits in very well with our areas of expertise and I am confident the attendees will be very excited when they stop by our booth and see how DataCeutics can help them,” said Matt Ferdock, CEO of DataCeutics.
DataCeutics plays a key role in ensuring that information, collected from a multitude of sources during complex new drug clinical trials for some of today’s largest and most important pharmaceutical companies, is programmed into standardized reports for regulatory requirements. Now with 25 years in business, DataCeutics has shown its success through some very impressive results which have captured the interest of many large and small drug developers.
“Unlike other larger CROs, DataCeutics focuses on a reduction of 20% indirect costs with a 30% avoidance of programming errors. These are the kinds of results which we are proud to discuss with clients and we look forward to this meeting on the heels of a successful PharmaSUG meeting in late April 2018,” said Paul Gilbert, President of DataCeutics.
In addition, DataCeutics can boast a programmer retention rate of 94%. More than 90% of their customers choose DataCeutics for their additional projects.
DataCeutics is a privately held company situated outside of the Philadelphia metro area which employs clinical programmers with over 10 years of experience in SAS-based programming, with many averaging 20 years.
Our mission is to provide Pharmaceutical and Biotech organizations with highly-skilled, self-starting programmers who have been shaping the future of medicine for years.
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