OK GO

Make better decisions

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OK GO is the first commercially available software to support the implementation of a quantitative go/no-go decision-making framework in clinical trials.

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Development of new medical products is time-consuming and expensive. Sponsors’ success relies on their ability to efficiently decide which development candidates to take forward, and which to terminate.

data nuture

Sponsors need to make earlier decisions and develop more efficient processes to interpret incoming pre-clinical, clinical, or post-approval data.

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Making correct go and no-go decisions with high confidence is essential to ensure that time and resources are optimally invested and effective products brought to market more quickly.
criteria

Defining your trial's decision-making criteria upfront ensures that go/no-go decisions can be made with little delay or bias.

speed

A quantitative decision-making framework allows promising medicines to be accelerated, and ineffective ones to be terminated more quickly.

OK GO Benefits

Improved decision-making leads to improved R&D productivity and innovation, giving the best opportunity to bring effective new medical products to market faster.

 

  • Improve decision-making speed as decision information can be generated in real-time and scenarios worked through.
  • Streamline communication between stakeholders with consistent, presentation-quality decision plots.
  • Save direct labor costs of statisticians in programming decision criteria.

Features & Options

  • Accommodates most therapeutic areas and endpoints (normal, binomial, survival)
  • Account for historical information using Bayesian models and incorporate adaptive designs with early futility assessments
  • Store and organize computed designs in the OK GO repository
  • Share computed designs simply with other system users
  • Create decision information easily with user-friendly, web-based application