Prepared for Anything
With 50 years of experience, Clario relies on its evolution and resiliency to continue to help customers and patients
We are prepared for anything. It’s who we are and what we bring to our customers and patients.
Over the past 50 years, we have seen and accomplished a lot. But what motivates us on a daily basis is knowing that we help improve the lives of millions of patients and the people who love them.
Since Clario formed in 1972, we have been involved in nearly 900 regulatory approvals spanning 19,000 studies within almost 600 indications, impacting more than 5 million patients. Our organization has expanded to offer our customers the industry’s largest suite of endpoints.
We are trailblazers. We started offering remote data collection technologies nearly 25 years ago – a quarter century before “decentralized clinical trials” or “DCTs” were known terms.
We are marking our 50-year milestone by celebrating everyone who has been part of our journey. We are honoring past achievements as harbingers of innovations to come.
Leading up to this celebration, we surveyed Clario colleagues to find out what they are most proud of, what they consider defining moments for the company and which of their accomplishments had the greatest impact on transforming lives. The stories that came back highlight the dedication, capabilities, vision, hope, persistence and agility of the human beings behind the technologies that accelerate and improve the quality of clinical trials.
We invite you to read these stories of inspiration from our scientists, physicians, clinical trial operations experts and data management and security specialists. Please keep an eye out on the Clario LinkedIn channel and Clario.com. We will post regularly and hope you can help us pay tribute to the people and events that make us Clario – including you!
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