SQN Recognised with Queen’s Award for Innovation 2017

SQN Recognised with Queen’s Award for Innovation 2017

SQN Recognised with Queen’s Award for Innovation 2017

21Apr2017 | News
SQN’s Directors, Tony Rees and Karen Grover meeting the Queen on receiving the first Queen’s Award in 2009

SQN are celebrating being named as winners of a Queen’s Award for  Innovation – the UK’s highest accolade for business success – for Syne-clin, our innovative EDC and Trial Management system.  

This is a significant recognition for us and all of our staff and supports the outstanding international reputation that we have as one of the world’s premier clinical biometrics service providers.

SQN was previously awarded a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2009, in the international trade category in recognition of our business growth and export performance. So this award is doubly significant.

Tony Rees, SQN Director, commenting on the award said, “We are extremely proud and honoured to have received this prestigious Award. This recognises the achievements of our dedicated team of staff and SQN’s commitment to innovation, technical development and IT services that help to improve the efficiency of their clinical development process to the ultimate benefit to patients and society generally.”

Example Syne-clin data collection forms and reports used by SQN in supporting clinical trials.

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