Slope for Study Sites

Inventory management

built for your research site. 

Slope is the quickest & easiest way to maintain cGCP while managing your site's study drugs, investigational devices, lab kits, supplies, study materials, thermal shippers, and equipment.

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Slope is FREE for all Research Sites

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A few reasons why busy sites ❤️ Slope:

From small clinics to large academic institutions, Slope’s 21 CFR Part 11 compliant clinical inventory management solution helps sites around the world prepare for their patient enrollments & follow-up visits.

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Low Inventory Alerts

Receive alerts when clinical inventory levels are running low.

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Expiration Monitoring

Our platform tracks expiration dates, notifying you before it happens.

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Reorder Tracking

Organize, track, and manage resupply orders for all of your studies.

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Multi-Site Support

Monitor clinical inventory across all of your locations in real-time.

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Maintain Inventory cGCP

Protect your site with fully traceable audit trails and detailed Excel reports. 

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Team Administration

Assign responsibility and monitor user activity for your entire team.

A better way to prepare for your patients.

Slope's platform alerts you when inventory is running low or is about to expire. Features like multi-site support, order management, team administration, traceable reports, and dashboards help you make better decisions.

What our Clients say about Slope.

Since utilizing Slope, we are better prepared for our patients when they have a lab draw due.

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Heather Sights
Clinical Research Assistant

Slope has significantly reduced our inventory burden & has made our studies much easier to conduct.

Karen Arrington
Karen Arrington
Director of Clinical Operations

Easy to set up and use, Slope has streamlined our inventory time, space, and accuracy.

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Judy Kroulek
Clinical Research Coordinator