Global clinical research organization boosts its capability to build studies in-house and make mid-study amendments faster
Veeva Systems (NYSE: VEEV) today announced Excelya is using Vault EDC for electronic data capture (EDC), data cleaning, and reporting in clinical trials. The full-service contract research organization (CRO) will benefit from faster database build cycles and zero downtime when making mid-study design amendments.
“Veeva’s innovative technology and services have transformed our approach to managing complex clinical trials,” said Géraldine Mercier, global head of data management at Excelya. “Our study teams appreciate how Veeva Vault EDC’s drag-and-drop functionality and agile user acceptance testing make study design quick and simple.”
Excelya is an independent, global CRO offering fully integrated design and execution of phase I to IV clinical trials to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies. By optimizing clinical data capture with Vault EDC, Excelya now has a system in place to accelerate the design and execution of high-quality trials. Excelya is also leveraging Veeva RTSM for full randomization and trial supply management, integrated with Vault EDC to further streamline data workflows.
“Effective data capture is key to running successful clinical trials,” said Paul MacDonald, senior director of strategy, Veeva Vault CDMS. “Excelya’s addition of Veeva Vault EDC is an important step in transforming its approach to data management by simplifying study builds and trial execution for faster development of new medicines.”
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