Sitero has entered into a strategic partnership with CRIO to remove the administrative burden of clinical research for sites and sponsors, and improve participant safety, experiences, and outcomes.

The collaboration will remove the need for redundant, manual, and error-prone activities across the clinical lifecycle and transform the trial execution process.

It will introduce a technology-enabled service that will use Sitero’s clinical expertise and the technology platform from CRIO.

The service will offer an advanced delivery model which manages important tasks, including enrolment, data management, study start-up, and recruitment, remotely and completely electronically.

In addition, the partnership will combine the capabilities of both the companies through a model which re-imagines the old technique for clinical research.

It will avoid unnecessary redundancies and allow for real-time management and monitoring of trials globally.

The collaboration’s new service will be integrated with CRIOs ability to help collect and manage data electronically from the source.

Sitero CEO Sankesh Abbhi said: “We’re proud to collaborate with CRIO to elevate quality, speed, and patient centricity in clinical trials, with the support of our teams as experienced partners.

“Our unified solution will allow us to execute our trials more efficiently and allow us to be a strategic partner to CRIO’s site customers by providing data entry, query resolution, and administrative support services that aim to free up research teams to focus on critical, value-added activities so they can bring treatments to market faster.”

The collaboration offers several services and technology solution that allows sites and sponsors to manage all the clinical trial process electronically and remotely.

These processes include IRB & IBC services, eConsent, eRegulatory/eISF, recruitment, data management, eSource, patient scheduling, and patient stipends.

The combination of Sitero’s specialised expertise and CRIO’s diversity-driven data collection tools will offer a platform to manage the existing data, from start-up.