Company InformationComplion was founded on January 2012. The company is based in Cleveland, OH, USA . The number of employees in Complion is less than 50. Complion is a cleveland-based, early stage saas company.
Here is how Complion describes itself: "Complion is the industry leading eRegulatory platform for high-performing clinical research sites. Learn more or schedule a free demonstration today."
Funding & investorsComplion has received 8 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $12.7M.
- Beringea (Private equity firm)
- Ohio Innovation Fund (Venture capital)
- JumpStart (Accelerator)
- Ohio TechAngels Fund (Angel group)
- Service Provider Capital (Micro vc)
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Complion - Blog
- The Impact Covid Had on the Execution of Clinical Trials
- Complion Hits the Road
- SIP integration developed for KU Cancer Center
- Overcoming regulatory issues to expedite site activation
- Developing a Technology Budget During COVID-19
- The Real Site Regulatory Problem
Complion’s VP of Customer Experience, Keith Martinek talks of the impact Covid had on the execution of clinical trials. Recently, at DPAHRM 2021 (Disruptive Innovations to Advance Clinical Research), Complions’ VP of Customer Experience, Keith Martinek spoke of the impact Covid had on the execution of clinical trials. Even though inspection and audit-readiness has always been important in the work we ... Read MoreThe post The Impact Covid Had on the Execution of Clinical Trials appeared first on Complion.
Join us in person, or virtually, as we showcase our solutions at Clinical Quality Oversight Forum, DPHARM, and Global Site Solution Summit Clinical Quality Oversight Forum September 27-29 | Philadelphia PA Be sure to watch Rick Arlow, CEO of Complion, and Aaron Grant, VP of Solution Consulting at Phlexglobal, as they present Tuesday (9/28) at 1pm: “eTMF and eISF Integration: ... Read MoreThe post Complion Hits the Road appeared first on Complion.
Clinical researchers are looking for ways to reduce the operational challenges of clinical trials which can often occur by working with multiple sponsors. Some of these challenges include working with individual sponsor portals, using disparate processes and numerous platforms -- each with a unique login credential – which can all lead to increased probability for error and placing patient safety in jeopardy.As a result, a Shared Investigator Platform (SIP) integration, which can streamline the interaction with multiple sponsors, has become a high priority for many sites.The post SIP integration developed for KU Cancer Center appeared first on Complion.
If you’re a Sponsor or CRO, capturing and accessing the required regulatory information for an activation or ongoing study execution can be quite challenging. The sites need to manage and maintain from a regulatory or ISF perspective what's necessary to be reviewed by the sponsor. This information can be stored in multiple places, emails and portals so often the information is getting lost, it’s hard to know if it’s the right version or even the right information. In the case of master trials, these issues are further compounded. The post Overcoming regulatory issues to expedite site activation appeared first on Complion.
The current pandemic has had a dramatic impact on our personal lives as well as our work lives. And no exception is the impact on clinical research contracts and budgets. In this blog post, we will take a look at how to achieve internal leadership approval – and even sponsor reimbursement – for technology systems, specifically eRegulatory platforms.The post Developing a Technology Budget During COVID-19 appeared first on Complion.
A lot of work is being invested to ensure research site audit readiness, oversight, and completeness of regulatory files or binders. Unfortunately, there is a lack of understanding if everything is being done to the level of completeness, accuracy and quality that is required. As a result, site regulatory can be a real challenge for Sponsors and CROs.The post The Real Site Regulatory Problem appeared first on Complion.