April Shubert Joins REDCap Cloud as VP of Client Services
Industry veteran joins REDCap Cloud to support the growth of Professional Services for their expanding list of global clients
ENCINITAS, Calif., September 15, 2017 – nPhase, Inc., developer of the most widely used EDC platform for academic, commercial and non-profit organizations, REDCap Cloud EDC, announced today that April Shubert, an industry leader with over 19 years of experience in data management and eClinical systems, has joined REDCap Cloud as the Vice President of Client Services. Prior to joining REDCap Cloud, Ms. Shubert was at Kimberly-Clark Corporation where she was managing their Clinical Data and Systems. In her role at REDCap Cloud, Ms. Shubert will be responsible for leading the development and growth of the Professional Services team to support the growing number of global clients developing studies on the REDCap Cloud platform. Ms. Shubert will report directly to the EVP of Commercial Operations for the company.
“April’s extensive experience in managing professional services and deep understanding of data management and clinical trials will greatly assist our current and future client base”, stated Dave Sunderhaft, Executive Vice President of Commercial Operations. “We are pleased to be able to have someone with April’s knowledge help guide the growth of Professional Services as we continue to pursue our commitment of advancing innovation and closing the gap between academic and non-profit funded research, and the requirements of the commercial industry.”
REDCap Cloud is designed to transform clinical research for the life science industry by offering a cost-effective eClinical platform that enables Sponsors, CROs, investigators, and research teams to collaborate around the world, and to transform patient care in a faster, better, and more cost-effective manner.
About REDCap Cloud
REDCap has been developed by Vanderbilt University for over a decade and is widely used by academic research centers, major nonprofit organizations, and government agencies around the world to support clinical and translational research. The REDCap Consortium is composed of more than 625,000 users in more than 115 countries and has been used in nearly 500,000 research studies. In early 2016, an enhanced commercial-grade version of REDCap, called REDCap Cloud, was launched to support multicenter studies and regulated clinical studies. REDCap Cloud is the first solution to bridge the requirements of both the academic/NPO researchers and the commercial sponsors with technology, functionality, and a business model for all markets. REDCap Cloud is committed to advancing innovation and closing the gap between academic, non-profit funded research, and the commercial world.
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