Company 2018-03-02T19:11:11+00:00

Company Overview


QuesGen is a web-based data management system uniquely developed for academic and commercial research studies and clinical trials. The data capture required for each study is custom built to address each study’s specific needs. The system can typically be configured in about a week, depending on project requirements. The QuesGen application is reliable, secure and flexible.

QuesGen Systems was started with the mission of providing web-based data management for clinical research at a reasonable cost. For over 10 years, QuesGen has built numerous systems for leading investigators across the globe as well as a number of commercial projects.

QuesGen has been in business since January, 2004. The same core management team and developers have been in place throughout the entire process of identifying and delivering solutions unique to the research community. Though heavily weighted in the academic research market, QuesGen has also developed successful commercial studies. We have had conservative growth, making sure that the product and our customer service is of high quality, reliable and will scale well.

We have been involved in many studies and have proven ideas about how best to manage technology in a research environment. Many of our clients involve us in initial project status meetings in the earlier phases of their project. We strive to do everything that we can to ensure that a project is as successful as possible by being flexible and responsive before and throughout the length of the study. By deploying a QuesGen platform, you can be confident in your data history and the integrity of the data management.


Using web-based tools for managing research data is optimal. It removes physical barriers to working with geographically dispersed subjects and personnel. In some situations, the study subjects can enter data themselves via the Web. Removing the requirement that a person meet with a provider or research assistant to collect data increases convenience for staff and study participants.

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