How Community Can Foster Advancements in Clinical Research

April Schultz
Content Marketing Manager, Forte
January 25th, 2018

As the clinical research industry continues to grow and evolve, it becomes ever-clearer that collaboration across institutions is necessary to make meaningful improvements in clinical research. By working together, we can create ground-breaking tools and processes for improving standards and advancing clinical research operations industry-wide. At Forte, we facilitate such collaboration by welcoming all of our customers into the Onsemble Community.

The Onsemble Community is a robust network of the nation’s leading clinical research professionals who share best practices, address current challenges and support one another. Members of this community meet in person at our bi-annual clinical research conference for several days of education, networking and key takeaways for institutions to improve their research operations.

Joining a customer community, like the Onsemble Community, can be an invaluable learning experience. It’s an opportunity to connect with clinical research professionals who understand your daily challenges, and to gain actionable advice to help you find solutions to your institutional roadblocks.

As a member of a customer community, you can also make a real impact on the systems you use every day. At Forte, every major development project is completed in close collaboration with the customers that benefit from our software. Working closely with the Onsemble Community ensures we’re able to offer solutions and services that meet their organizational needs and address real industry challenges.

In our newest video, we work together with our customers to explain what you can gain from joining the Onsemble Community. Watch the video below to hear how our customers feel about the Onsemble Community and Conference. Or check out our conference website to register for the 2018 Spring Onsemble Conference.

 

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