ABOUT KPS LIFE
Founded in 2006, KPS Life is a standalone functional service provider (FSP) that offers global functional clinical trial outsourcing services to sponsors. Its services include clinical monitoring, clinical oversight, clinical trial management, data management, eTMF and document management, vendor qualification, and medical writing. KPS Life’s operations span six continents and more than 33 countries.
KPS Life is uniquely devoted to providing customized, outsourced clinical solutions to pharmaceutical and biotech customers of all sizes across all stages of clinical trials. KPS Life is committed to working together with its customers through a hands-on operating model rooted in a partnership approach. The Company has carved out a leadership position by prioritizing the needs of its customers, flexibility, accountability, cost savings, and transparency. KPS Life serves as an active resource to potential customers in optimal FSP design as they transition from the full-service model or other FSP providers to KPS Life. Visit our website: https://kpslife.com/
KPS Life LLC
10 Valley Stream Parkway
Malvern, PA 19355
Contact: Sean Quinn
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