Leading Innovation

Our mission is to make deploying and managing clinical trials a seamless and enjoyable experience.

Our Background

Based in San Diego, California with offices in Europe. We are the fastest growing platform as a service provider of mobile-connected self-service platform solutions for clinical trials. snapIoT’s senior leadership comes from the chipset division of Qualcomm specializing in Core Embedded IP/LTE Multimedia Systems. Building on this experience, snapIoT has designed and implemented self-service mClinical IoT solutions offered to CROs and Pharma Companies.

Why We Are Different

Providing CROs and Pharma companies with a complete self-service mClinical solution platform.

self-service

Build, deploy, and monitor your clinical trial app without any software development.

Security

Securely engage with mobile and medical devices. HIPAA, 21 CFR Part 11 and Annex 11 certified.

Device Agnostic

Compatible with any smart device, including iPhone, Android, and web, as well as any cloud platform.

Connectivity

Seamlessly integrate medical devices and wearables without any additional programming.

Time To Market

10 times faster deployment than any other solution available in the industry today.

Dynamic Updates

Any protocol process changes are dynamically updated without the need for rebuilding or redeployment.

Leadership

Our executive team is comprised of experts in the clinical trial and innovation field with 100+ years of experience combined.

Edward Triebell

VP of Marketing

Edward Triebell is a global sales, marketing, business development and product management executive with over 30 years of experience and a record of progressive successes in multiple industries including healthcare, M2M/telematics, data networking, wireless and cellular communications, and semiconductors. He has successfully developed markets both the US and international markets in Latin America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East, traveled to 60 countries, established business relationships in more than 80 countries and achieved more than $800 million in revenues. His experience includes tenures at leading technology companies and start-ups, including NexxCom Wireless, ClearAccess (now CISCO), Comtech, L-3 Communications, ComStream Corporation, Scientific-Atlanta (now ViaSat) and Harris Corporation. Mr. Triebell holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Florida Institute of Technology and completed graduate course work for his MSEE and MBA degrees. He also attended an Executive Management program at the Wharton School of Business.

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Marco Carosi

Managing Director

Marco is a serial entrepreneur with more than 20 years of experience in telecom and wireless technology. Prior to snapIoT, Marco was a Senior Director at Qualcomm Europe responsible for supporting OEMs and Chipset products. Prior to Qualcomm, Marco was founder and European Managing Director of Qualphone, a technology company providing core embedded IP multimedia systems. Qualphone was eventually acquired by Qualcomm. Prior to Qualphone, he was founder and managing director of an independent software development and consultancy company focused on the wireless technologies. Marco also contributed to standardization activities carried out by ETSI/CEPT and is the co-author of several key patents.

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Isaac Eteminan

CEO

Isaac is a serial entrepreneur with more than 20 years of experience as a proven technology executive, with a history of building effective teams and bringing innovative products to market. Prior to snapIoT, Isaac was a Vice President at Qualcomm, Chipset Division. Before Qualcomm, Isaac was the founder and CEO of Qualphone, a technology company providing core embedded IP multimedia systems. Qualphone was eventually acquired by Qualcomm. Prior to Qualphone, Isaac was the founder and CTO of Sonim Technology. Isaac developed the initial voice over 2.5G from concept to a product over commercial wireless networks. Isaac is the main contributor to the OMA standards. Prior to Sonim, Isaac was president of Spacetelcom, focused on advanced satellite communication system design working with Motorola. Isaac worked with Nortel for 12 years as an architect in design and development of telecom and wireless technologies. Isaac is the author/co-author of several key patents in the area of wireless technologies.

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Joe Waldron

VP of Innovation

Joe has been at the forefront of software innovations for 20+ years in the enterprise, election and mClinical industries. He is currently driving Quality and Innovation at snapIoT. Previously he was a member of the leadership team at Parallel 6, a cloud-based mobile platform for conducting clinical trials, which was acquired by PRA, a top CRO. He has a long history of identifying how technology can improve operations and developing solutions to meet market needs, including founding an election software company that was acquired by the nations largest voting machine corporation. Joe has a BS in Computer Science from the University Scranton and MS in Computer Science from Villanova University. He currently resides in San Diego and is active in sports and a member of the CTC10 Foundation board of directors.

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Melissa T. Triebell

Regulatory Strategy & Clinical Operations

Melissa Triebell has experience in providing regulatory strategy and clinical innovation, identifying anticancer, cardiovascular and antiviral drug targets, developing in vitro diagnostic assays and conducting clinical studies and collaborations. She has lead and managed clinical trial operations and oncology investigations, as well as implementing the latest technologic advances to improve the standards of clinical research conduct in accordance with FDA regulations and GCP guidelines. She brings 35 years of experience with a focus on study conduct and implementation, regulatory compliance, and financial management of trials. As snapIoT’s Senior Consultant, she is actively involved in providing guidance to snapIoT’s customers on how to best operationalize new and innovative methods for making it easier and more efficient for sites and patients to participate in clinical studies.

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Isaac is a serial entrepreneur with more than 20 years of experience as a proven technology executive, with a history of building effective teams and bringing innovative products to market. Prior to snapIoT, Isaac was a Vice President at Qualcomm, Chipset Division. Before Qualcomm, Isaac was the founder and CEO of Qualphone, a technology company providing core embedded IP multimedia systems. Qualphone was eventually acquired by Qualcomm. Prior to Qualphone, Isaac was the founder and CTO of Sonim Technology. Isaac developed the initial voice over 2.5G from concept to a product over commercial wireless networks. Isaac is the main contributor to the OMA standards. Prior to Sonim, Isaac was president of Spacetelcom, focused on advanced satellite communication system design working with Motorola. Isaac worked with Nortel for 12 years as an architect in design and development of telecom and wireless technologies. Isaac is the author/co-author of several key patents in the area of wireless technologies.