Clinical trials enable pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, life sciences and medical device companies to advance their discoveries into novel treatments and licensed products. Clinical development services providers support clinical research programmes and help developers navigate through the discovery, development and commercialisation phases and beyond.

Factors such as growing outsourcing of research and development (R&D) activities to contract research organisations (CROs), increasing government and non-government funding for clinical research, an increasing number of clinical trials in emerging countries, and technological advancements are increasing the demand for clinical development companies.

Discover the top clinical development companies in clinical research

Clinical Trial Arena has listed some of the leading companies providing clinical development services based on its intel, insights, and decades of experience in the sector. The list includes companies that provide services including, but not limited to product development and consulting, drug R&D, study design, planning and execution, development for early phase, decentralised clinical trials, and functional services.

The list also includes companies providing language services, laboratory services, real-world intelligence, medical writing, modelling and simulation, clinical data and informatics, clinical trial supplies and logistics, commercial positioning, regulatory consulting, operations management, and planning for payer and market access.

The information contained in the download document is intended for investigators, researchers, study coordinators, regulatory coordinators, site principal investigators, biostatisticians, , clinical development associates and managers, and any other individual involved in clinical drug development.

The document contains detailed information on the suppliers and their product offerings, alongside contact details to aid your hiring decision.

Role of digital technologies in clinical development services

Digital technologies such as wearable, mobile and cloud provide valuable insights from different data sources and increase the clinical trial data volume, which will help in improving clinical trial productivity and efficiency as well as reduce the development cost for clinical development services agencies.

Digital technologies can also help in engaging effectively with stakeholders and patients through a targeted, multichannel approach to meet their needs, enhancing data quality with greater flexibility, and lowering the cycle duration and expenses.