Durham, NC. June 4, 2010- At the 12th Annual NIH SBIR/STTR Conference "Triangulating Commercial Success: Knowledge, Partnerships, & Capital", Mi-Co CEO Greg Clary delivered an address to over 250 attendees about best practices for the development of a successful SBIR grant application in a competitive environment. Clary's main advice was for potential grant applicants to partner with NIH academic community grantees and to establish consulting or subcontracting relationships with these experienced grant applicants.
Mi-Co is the developer of Mi-Forms handwriting recognition and data cleaning technology and provides solutions for smart e-Forms data collection in a variety of industries including clinical research. Mi-Co’s end-to-end enterprise Mi-Forms Software System enables flexible forms design and data capture, handwriting recognition, edit checks and data validation, and automatic communication to existing databases and applications. Mi-Forms supports enterprise data capture using Tablet PCs, the Digital Pen, Pocket PC, and signature capture devices, and has been validated for FDA 21 CFR Part 11 and HIPAA compliance. Mi-Co is headquartered in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. For more information on Mi-Co, please visit www.mi-corporation.com and www.beyondedc.com.