eClinical provider YPrime relocates headquarters to support future growth

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The eClinical solutions provider opens the doors at its new headquarters and expects to reach double-digit headcount growth in 2020 amid industry-wide ‘digital transformation.’

YPrime this week announced that it has moved its headquarters to Malvern, PA, a city in which the company has a history, said Mark Maietta, president of YPrime.

“It’s been a great location to attract a mix of life sciences and technology professionals. We’re thrilled to have found a new location literally down the street from our former office, with the flexibility to expand,”​ he told us.

The facility includes product development, project delivery, support services, as well as commercial and corporate administration functions, and was designed to support future growth.

YPrime is currently hiring across several positions including project delivery, commercial and support services – and has doubled its headcount over the past year.

Said Maietta, “We anticipate double-digit headcount growth in 2020.”

Driving demand for the company’s services is the ‘industry-wide digital transformation’ as well as the rise of electronic clinical outcome assessments (eCOA) adoption in clincial trials, he added, citing the need for ‘configurable and flexible’ eClinical solutions and supporting services.

The opening of the new office follows a ‘significant’ investment​ from the Chicago-based private equity firm Flexpoint Ford earlier this year.

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