Contract research organisation (CRO) Excelya has adopted Veeva Systems’ Vault EDC for carrying out electronic data capture (EDC), data cleaning, and reporting in clinical trials.

The solution will help Excelya through quick database build cycles and zero downtime for carrying out mid-study design modifications.

Excelya data management global head Géraldine Mercier said: “Veeva’s innovative technology and services have transformed our approach to managing complex clinical trials.

“Our study teams appreciate how Veeva Vault EDC’s drag-and-drop functionality and agile user acceptance testing make study design quick and simple.”

The CRO provides pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device firms with completely integrated design and conduct of Phase I to IV trials.

By streamlining clinical data capture leveraging Vault EDC, Excelya has a system in place for expediting the high-quality trials’ design and conduct.

Apart from Vault EDC, the CRO uses Veeva RTSM for complete randomisation and managing trial supply.

Along with Vault EDC, this could optimise data workflows further.

Veeva Vault CDMS strategy senior director Paul MacDonald said: “Effective data capture is key to running successful clinical trials. 

“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.”

In October this year, Veeva Systems launched its new ePRO application for patient-centric digital clinical trials to provide quicker access to patient data. 

Veeva ePRO aids patients in quickly carrying out evaluations on a web browser or mobile device and offers clinical research sites and sponsors access to real-time data.