DIA Recap: Arithmos Highlights from Boston

The DIA 49th Annual Meeting in Boston has come and gone, and as a first time exhibitor, Arithmos was pleased to be a part of the show. We enjoyed meeting new contacts and discussing new trends in clinical trials, especially technology solutions. Here are some of the highlights from our week in Boston:

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1. Pharmacovigilance – Safety Databases and Reporting

As clinical trial technology experts, we aim to keep up with trends in the industry. We met many contacts who are interested in building automatic safety databases with real-time access to safety data.

2. Introducing ArithmosCentrum to the American market

Arithmos has developed an Enterprise Resource Planning system for CROs which combines sales, project management, finance and resourcing. We had the opportunity to introduce this product to the American market at DIA and demo AC for several CROs.

3. Networking Event at the New England Aquarium

Arithmos joined CROS NT and Kubo Recruitment in hosting a networking event at the New England Aquarium. We would like to thank all those who joined us for a great evening!

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4. Raising Money for One Fund Boston

Arithmos joined in CROS NT and Datatrak’s mission to raise money for One Fund Boston – a fund which supports victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. We helped sell t-shirts in which all proceeds went to One Fund Boston. We are pleased and proud to announce that $1,615 was raised and the money was donated to One Fund today!

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Overall, Arithmos is pleased with its DIA experience and we are looking forward to next year’s show in San Diego! For more information on our clinical trial technology services, visit http://www.arithmostech.com. 

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