IntraLinks Enhances Study Management Offering; Expands its Suite of SaaS-based Solutions for Clinical Operations

By Intralinks Holdings Inc., PRNE
Monday, November 15, 2010

IntraLinks for Study Management Provides Unparalleled Automation and Insight Into Document-Centric Processes Throughout the Entire Clinical Trial Lifecycle

NEW YORK, November 16, 2010 - IntraLinks, a leading provider of critical information exchange
solutions, today announced IntraLinks for Study Management, a secure, online
platform for managing and monitoring all communication and activity with
investigative sites and other outside parties during clinical trials from
study start-up through study close-out. The new offering expands the full
suite of IntraLinks' solutions for clinical operations, which accelerates
business processes, cuts costs and reduces risks throughout the entire
clinical trial lifecycle.

    IntraLinks for Study Management specifically helps to:

    - Centralize all study-related documents, communication and activity
      history in an organized, consistent and searchable fashion
    - Standardize and automate processes such as contract & budget
      negotiation, regulatory document distribution and collection and
      ongoing document exchange
    - Eliminate repetitive and redundant site data entry and document
    - Provide sites with a personalized view of tasks, requests and due
      dates, with reminder alerts and a secure communication channel to
      ensure timely site activation
    - Monitor process progress with real-time activity dashboards and meet
      regulatory compliance with detailed access reports and audit trails

IntraLinks, which is already used by the top 10 global pharmaceuticals,
biotechs and Contract Research Organizations (CROs), also offers a
collaborative platform for site recruitment and safety reporting as part of
its suite of solutions. IntraLinks for Site Recruitment enables users to
eliminate the redundancy and manual tasks related to feasibility survey
creation, distribution and collection. IntraLinks for Safety Document
Exchange provides a secure environment where safety teams can receive
notifications, route them for review, and instantaneously distribute
subsequent letters to all parties requiring notification in an intelligent,
automated and auditable fashion.

"The clinical research community has trusted IntraLinks for over 10 years
to securely exchange information and accelerate processes, while upholding
quality and maintaining regulatory compliance," said Fahim Siddiqui,
executive vice president, product & operations, IntraLinks. "IntraLinks for
Study Management expands our offering and enables our customers to use us
from start to finish for clinical trials, meeting a critical business need.
For example, we estimate that companies can save two million dollars in study
start-up costs and reduce cycle time by 50% for an average Phase III clinical
trial when using IntraLinks instead of traditional paper-based methods of
document distribution, collection and collaboration."

About IntraLinks

IntraLinks (NYSE: IL) is a leading global provider of
Software-as-a-Service solutions for securely managing content, exchanging
critical business information and collaborating within and among
organizations. More than 1.3 million professionals in industries including
financial services, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, consumer, energy,
industrial, legal, insurance, real estate and technology, as well as
government agencies, have utilized IntraLinks' easy-to-use, cloud-based
solutions. IntraLinks users can accelerate information-intensive business
processes and workflows, meet regulatory and risk management requirements and
collaborate with customers, partners and counterparties in a secure,
auditable and compliant manner. IntraLinks counts 800 of the Fortune 1000 as
users. For more information, visit or You can also follow IntraLinks on Twitter at and Facebook at

Media Contact: Radley Moss, IntraLinks, +1-212-543-7717,

Media Contact: Radley Moss, IntraLinks, +1-212-543-7717, rmoss at

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