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The following is excerpted from a Veeva Systems press release.
International Drug Development Institute (IDDI) implemented a pilot of Veeva Systems’ cloud-based Vault eTMF for a phase III clinical trial study in less than four weeks, and the organization was able to define rights, workflows, security models, and life cycles all within that time period. The company will migrate many of its 85 active studies into Vault eTMF later this year followed by 40 new studies through 2014.
As a CRO that collects, analyses, and reports all data from international phase I through IV clinical trials for sponsors throughout the US, Europe, and Asia, IDDI wanted a single, centralized system to streamline auditing and collaboration. After evaluating five systems, IDDI chose Vault eTMF for its document tracking capabilities and globally accessible cloud platform.
IDDI’s key selection criteria was as follows: cost efficient pricing structure, a framework built on the TMF reference model with full audit trails, an intuitive user interface, and a system that would support its global workforce. “The fact that Vault eTMF is easily accessible without a VPN is very important to us for efficient collaboration across regions,” added Danielson.