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author Chris Hardwick, May 19, 2017

Thank you to everyone that visited our booth at PharmaSUG in Baltimore this year! It was our first PharmaSUG and our first major venue to share our work. We were nervous about what kind of reception we might get, could not have been happier with all the engaged folks we talked to.

Also big thanks goes out to Seattle Genetics and Triangle Biostatistics for all their support for us during the show.

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author Chris Hardwick, February 14, 2017

Collecting TFL feedback and making decisions about that feedback can be a tedious process. Kicking off a review typically involves securing a network share, notifying reviewers that the share is available to them (and for how long), then waiting for emails to fly into your basket and handmarked printouts to arrive at your desk.

We wanted to see if we could make a tool allowing reviewers to comment electronically on a TFL just like adding comments to a doc in Microsoft Word.

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author Chris Hardwick, December 16, 2017

We are excited to announce the official release of our Define-XML 2.0 auto-generation tool.

When developing Candid we set out to accomplish three major goals, provide easy tracking of analysis projects, deliver a novel and collaborative TFL review tool, and finally a tool to auto-generate define.xml along with other define artifacts needed for FDA submissions.

Track define-XML 2.0 dataset metadata and generate define.xml in one click.

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author Chris Hardwick, April 13, 2016

We are excited to announce the official, v1.0 release of Zeroarc's first sotware product. An Analysis Lifecycle Manager called Candid!

We co-founded Zeroarc to build awesome software. Our first product is for pharmaceutical biometrics teams.

Candid tracks and automates the complex work toward completing analysis projects.

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