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Are you frustrated at the lack of industry alignment around clinical outsourcing and contracting standards and processes? Does this significant inefficiency, starting from bid grid mapping through to manual contract accruals and forecasts, make your job more difficult?

Clinical Maestro Sponsor is designed for complex transactions and financial performance metrics specific to clinical trials. It is a best-in-class tool for pharmaceutical and biotech professionals who support the clinical trial budgeting, proposal, contracting and vendor management.

Clinical Maestro eliminates these age-old pain points by creating a virtual common ground that simplifies marketplace transactions. The breadth and continuous nature of the system eliminates time-consuming, non-standardized document handovers between stakeholders. Its digital inputs and database structure completely remove frustrating version control issues and manual human-errors, while its elegant design and UI makes it a great experience to operate. The Clinical Maestro Sponsor edition is made up of four modules that seamlessly provide workflows and efficiencies horizontally across drug development companies, with Clinical Operations, Outsourcing/R&D Procurement, Clinical Finance, Project Management and Providers all benefiting in unison.

How Clinical Maestro Modules Work

A typical company can save on average
$300,000 USD

per outsourced clinical trial.


You win on all fronts with Clinical Maestro Sponsor Edition:

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The experts at Strategikon developed Clinical Maestro out of a combination of love and frustration. The system was developed and nurtured by financial and clinical business operations executives with both Sponsor and Provider experience. Our founders believed there had to be a better way — and so they created one.

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