Singota Solutions, a pharmaceutical contract development and manufacturing organization, expands service offerings through partnership with Slope.io, a clinical trial logistics automation service.
Bloomington, IN (October 18, 2017)–Singota Solutions announced its partnership with Slope.io to enhance outsourced management of clinical trial supplies. The partnership will benefit pharmaceutical firms in the clinical trial stage looking to streamline the tedious process of reordering and managing supplies.
Slope.io’s Clinical Trial Logistical Planning platform adapts, predicts, and responds to any clinical trial logistics scenario. The technology integrates directly into clinical trial data sources, reducing administrative burden to keep study sites provisioned with fresh supplies by utilizing automated supply ordering, resupply, and predictive forecasting.
Singota provides storage and materials management in its GMP warehouse that contains a range of storage conditions including 15-25°C, 2-8°C, -20°C, -80°C. Singota’s pharmaceutical supply chain services include inventory management, expedited shipping services, and technical expertise in cold chain processes. In addition, Singota provides the pharmaceutical industry with state-of-the-art robotic aseptic manufacturing, formulation development, analytical testing, and labeling and kitting operations.
Singota’s ERP System is tightly integrated with Slope.io’s technology platform. Once needs are established with the trial specific replenishment algorithms created by Slope.io, Singota prepares materials and kits as necessary, and ships to trial sites as directed by Slope.io’s technologies. The combined expertise of Singota and Slope.io enables a breakthrough in clinical trial material operations proven to reduce delivery times, supply waste, and material costs, driving overall trial efficiency.
Questions about clinical trial supply management? Contact Singota – firstname.lastname@example.org or 812.961.1700.
About Singota Solutions
Singota Solutions is a service provider to the pharmaceutical, animal health, and medical device industries. Founded in 2006 as BioConvergence, the company is a woman-owned business operating in a 72,000-square foot facility in Bloomington, Indiana. The company’s service lines include aseptic manufacturing, supply chain operations, drug formulation development, analytical methods development & testing activities, and labeling & kitting operations. For more information, please visit www.singota.com.
Slope.io is a clinical trial logistics automation service. The company uses a modern, data-driven technology platform with predictive analytics to enable patient-centered, automated, and end-to-end integrated services for clinical trial supplies. Trial data powers automated, just-in-time delivery of drugs and ancillary clinical supplies to study sites across the globe. For more information, please visit www.slope.io.