Yale University selects InfoEd’s Software Solution to Improve Research Administrative Systems and Processes
University Successfully Implements Proposal Tracking, Conflict of Interest, and eRA Portal Solutions
ALBANY, New York — InfoEd International, Inc., the leading provider of electronic Research Administration (eRA) software solutions, announced today that Yale University has successfully implemented InfoEd’s Proposal Tracking module as part of their grant management and submission process. The University also has implemented InfoEd’s Conflict of Interest (COI) solution software, enabling the University to auto-detect potential conflicts arising from participants on particular grants, protocols, trials and disclosures. In addition, Yale University utilizes InfoEd’s web service, which provides real time integration with existing systems improving Yale’s administrative systems and processes.
Edward Johnson Jr., President of InfoEd commented: “We are proud to add Yale, another Ivy League school, to the InfoEd family. From the very beginning, I have been impressed with Yale’s software implementation process. They have shown, and continue to show, great vision for not only their research endeavors but also the software systems needed to support them. These latest systems leverage leading-edge technologies and is very much in-line with the Universities world-leading research programs. I applaud everyone on the Yale and InfoEd teams in achieving this remarkable milestone in software implementation.”