The Veeva Vault EDC application will help improve site data capture and quality for rapid study cycle times at the time of clinical trials.
Part of Veeva Vault CDMS, it offers data oversight and flexibility to SGS in the design and execution of trials.
SGS Health Science EDC head Joris De Bondt said: “SGS is continually evolving its approach to data management to solve the challenges our biotech and pharma customers face in clinical trials.
“With user-friendly features that address today’s complex study needs, Veeva Vault EDC will allow us to better monitor and manage trials leveraging real-time, reliable data from our sites.”
Implementation of Vault EDC will enable SGS to translate complex protocols into casebook designs that are user friendly and make mid-study adjustments without any downtime or migrations.
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The addition of the Veeva application will help the company build on its success streamlining and automating trial processes with Veeva Vault eTMF and Veeva Vault CTMS.
SGS also plans to optimise data quality and trial efficiency by leveraging Veeva RTSM.
In another development, Veeva Systems announced a new application called Veeva Vault Study Training that brings research sites, CROs, and sponsors together into a single platform for end-to-end clinical study training.
Vault Study Training will enable organisations to ensure all trial staff are qualified within required timelines while automating the training certificates filing into Veeva Vault eTMF for real-time inspection readiness.
The connected solution will be available to early adopters this year.