New cloud application delivers a better EDC to allow clinical data management teams to run the trial they want
Part of the Veeva Vault Clinical Suite, providing a faster route between content and data across clinical trials
Life sciences cloud-based software company, Veeva Systems, has developed Veeva Vault EDC to help clinical data management teams better run clinical trials.
Veeva is bringing together EDC and eSource with CTMS and eTMF to provide the industry’s first and only suite of unified cloud applications to streamline clinical operations and clinical data management.
Traditional EDC systems struggle to address the growing complexity and volume of data in clinical trials. Systems are difficult to integrate and performance is often slow as large amounts of data are collected. Study amendments require costly and time consuming data migrations and system downtime.
Veeva Vault EDC gives clinical data management teams the flexibility to design complex studies faster and manage amendments with no downtime or data migration. Its modern cloud architecture easily integrates with other clinical applications and scales to manage increasing volumes of data.
Personalised views and prioritised tasks focus efforts on the most critical actions. Clinical trial teams can now build and execute studies with greater efficiency to speed clinical trials.
Veeva Vault EDC can be used as a standalone application or combined with electronic source data capture, Vault eSource, planned for availability in December 2017.
Together, Vault EDC and Vault eSource eliminate the need to transcribe patient data into an EDC system.
Veeva Vault EDC is available as part of the Veeva Vault Clinical Suite, which also includes Vault eSource, Vault CTMS, Vault eTMF, Vault Study Startup, and Vault SiteExchange.
The Veeva Vault Clinical Suite enables life sciences companies to manage all content and data across clinical trials.