CT-FAST utilizes simulation and optimization to provide accurate forecasts and tailored guidance for the supply management of your clinical trials.
- What can CT-FAST do for you?
- Is CT-FAST the right simulation/forecasting/optimization tool for my organization?
As soon as a draft protocol is available, CT-FAST helps you with budgeting, identifying important savings by comparing different supply alternatives.
CT-FAST helps you schedule your production and setup your IRT parameters, so as to get the right drug to the right place at the right time and at the lowest cost.
- By leveraging real-life data from IRT systems, CT-FAST clarifies those actions to be taken if the trial does not go as planned, enabling you to achieve a higher service level with less last-minute firefighting.
- Standard, flexible reporting give you the numbers you need to support your decisions and communicate about your trial findings.
CT-FAST is designed to specifically answer supply chain management questions in the field of clinical trials.
CT-FAST may be the right tool for you whether you are:
- A pharmaceutical company
- A biotech company
- Involved in ancillary supplies, or
- Providing clinical supply management support as third party
Clinical supply coordinators are the main beneficiaries of our software and services, though others (e.g. clinical department) also stand to gain.
The benefits of CT-FAST are most significant with Phase II / Phase III Clinical Trials, especially for trials displaying important costs (e.g. large international trials, trials with expensive comparators, cold chain …), for complex trials (e.g. multiple depots, titrations, weight-based dispensing …) or when facing constraints (e.g. limited drug availability …).
CT-FAST helps you where conventional tools like Excel spreadsheets or average-based forecasting systems fail.
CT-FAST comes in a range of flavors that will suit companies of varied volume, from a specialized biotech with a few trials per year to the largest pharmaceutical groups.
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