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TrialCard Opens Kansas City, Missouri, Contact Center

07/16/2018
TrialCard, technology-enabled pharmaceutical solutions company, will open a new a 23,000-sq.-ft. contact center at the Kansas City Business Centre in Kansas City, Missouri. The company plans to create 225 jobs.

Headquartered in Morrisville, North Carolina, TrialCard provides a QuickPath Patient Management tool integrated with trusted technology platforms to improve a patient’s journey to health and specialty medicines. Their virtual engagement delivers access to healthcare professionals through successful clinical trials.

“We are pleased to be expanding into Kansas City, a vibrant community made up of thousands of small businesses, tech start-ups, and top-notch health care,” said Mark Bouck, President & CEO of TrialCard. “A diverse, highly-educated workforce, an affordable cost of living and numerous cultural amenities make Kansas City a very desirable place to live and work.”

“We are excited to welcome TrialCard to Missouri,” said Steve Johnson, CEO, Missouri Partnership. “TrialCard and their health innovation leadership will be a great addition to Kansas City, Missouri, and we are thrilled to have the strong partnerships with KCADC, EDC of Kansas City, Clay County EDC, KCP&L, Spire Energy, Cushman & Wakefield and CBRE that are necessary to provide the support to successfully land these types of projects. It’s a team effort in Missouri and we look forward to the hundreds of jobs TrialCard will be creating here.”

“The Kansas City region is home to many tech-oriented businesses with a global impact,” said Tim Cowden, President & CEO, Kansas City Area Development Council. “We are thrilled to expand our digital footprint even further with TrialCard.”

KCADC worked with a number of regional partners in attracting TrialCard to the region including the State of Missouri, Missouri Partnership, City of Kansas City, Missouri, Economic Development Corporation of Kansas City, Missouri, Clay County Economic Development Council, KCP&L, Spire Energy, Cushman & Wakefield and CBRE.

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