Develop your own Business Intelligence


With robust API's you can develop your own BI and analytic solutions with the technology you already have.

SAS Visual Analytics by IBM Clinical Development

SAS Visual Analytics

IBM Clinical Development lets you uncover fresh insights, patterns and relationships in your data that may be hidden. Create single-study and cross-study reports that help you draw better visual and logical conclusions across data sets and trials.


Full Service

Outsource your reporting and analytics to our full service team and we'll help empower you  to make data driven decisions.

"Analytics is the 2nd most underfunded technology area*"

*Deloitte 2016-2017 CIO Survey

Smart Reporting from IBM Clinical Development

Fully integrated with IBM Clinical Development

IBM Clinical Development provides the hosting and warehousing of data; taking care of the operational tasks of data management so you can concentrate on the insights delivered to make data driven decisions.

Our Reporting and Analytic solutions offer a full spectrum of capabilities, from near real-time reporting to batch processes and from self-service to full-service and in-between.

IBM Clinical Development Reporting and Analytics offerings meet our customers in their business intelligence (BI) life-cycle


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