Cancer Insight is a Texas-based boutique CRO dedicated to discovering, developing and testing emerging biotechnologies focused on cancer immunotherapy.
With an extensive network of US-based study sites and a thick portfolio of clinical trials, Cancer Insight had quickly developed a reputation as the go-to CRO for administering complex oncology immunotherapy trials. As a full service CRO they checked all the boxes Sponsors wanted to see, deftly helping their clients navigate the regulatory hurdles and operational challenges unique to oncology trials.
There was just one little problem. Their staff was coordinating the supply needs of multiple complex trials, with each study site requiring different combinations of expensive supplies delivered at specific timepoints. There had to be a way to reframe this logistical challenge so that it was a net positive for their trials, team, operations, and relationships with Sponsors. What could be done?
Perhaps you've seen the famous scene in This is Spinal Tap where Nigel Tufnel, the lead guitarist, discusses his band’s “edge”. They have a custom guitar amp that lets them to turn the heavy metal up from 10 to 11 - taking their performance to the next level.
Yes, just like Spinal Tap, Slope.io gives the Sponsors and CROs we work with the edge that drives their clinical efficiency up to 11. We've prepared a case study about a nimble CRO who found an edge and used it to their advantage by working smarter, not harder.
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