Clinical Ink, a provider of electronic data-capturing technology for clinical research, has relocated its headquarters to Wake Forest Innovation Quarter.
Clinical Ink’s new corporate office spans 7,676 square feet and is located on the first floor of the recently unveiled 525@vine building, a former R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. factory that underwent a $75 million renovation led by building owner Wexford Science & Technology, a BioMed Realty company.
“The synergistic culture at the Innovation Quarter makes it a natural fit for our headquarters,” said Doug Pierce, the company’s president and co-founder. “There is significant opportunity for innovation and collaboration at every turn, both of which are central to our success as a solutions provider for clinical research.”
At Clinical Ink, employees are surrounded by opportunities to collaborate. For example, in the center of their new facility is a free-standing cube already nicknamed the “Cube of Collaboration,” in which employees have four dry erase walls to collaborate and brainstorm ideas for clients.
“Clinical Ink makes a great addition to the Innovation Quarter as its pioneering work in information technology and clinical research is internationally recognized,” said Eric Tomlinson, president of Wake Forest Innovation Quarter.
Clinical Ink offers solutions for domestic and international clinical research trials. Its principal product is SureSource®, an award-winning proprietary electronic platform that provides users with a paperless system for the fast and accurate recording of data, comments, explanations and other information required in clinical trials. The company, founded in Winston-Salem in 2007, also has an office in Horsham, Pa., a Philadelphia suburb.
525@vine offers tenants world-class research facilities with added amenities right outside its doors. Clinical Ink employees look forward to the Fall opening of Bailey Park at East End, a 1.6-acre park with green space and an outdoor stage, and the future Rails-to-Trails, a 20-mile walking and cycling trail that will follow an unused railroad track through the heart of the Innovation Quarter, eventually connecting to the Salem Creek Greenway.
In addition to Clinical Ink, current 525@vine tenants include: Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center’s Division of Public Health Sciences and Department of Physician Assistant Studies; the Innovation Quarter YMCA of Northwest North Carolina; and Flywheel, a co-working innovation space. Forsyth Tech at Innovation Quarter soon will join the list.