SGS adopts Veeva Vault EDC to improve site data capture and quality for faster study cycle times during clinical trials.
The new Veeva Vault electronic data capture (EDC) application further empowers SGS to translate complex protocols into user-friendly casebook designs or make mid-study adjustments with no downtime or migrations. Veeva Vault EDC is part of the Veeva Vault Clinical Data Management Suite, which offers SGS greater data oversight and flexibility in trial design and execution.
Addressing Today’s Complex Study Needs
Joris De Bondt, head of EDC for SGS’s health science services, said, “SGS is continually evolving its approach to data management to offer solid solutions for the challenges that our Biotech and Pharma customers face in their clinical trials. Now, with the truly user-oriented features of Veeva Vault EDC that address today’s complex study needs, SGS can better monitor and manage trials with real-time, reliable data from our sites.”
Greater Trial Oversight
SGS offers global clinical research services for phase I to phase IV trials focusing on early development and biometrics. The addition of Vault EDC builds on SGS’s success streamlining and automating trial processes with Veeva Vault CTMS and Veeva Vault eTMF. Using connected applications on a single cloud platform will deliver greater trial oversight, real-time data and document management, and faster trial processes like payments to research sites. Looking ahead, SGS plans to leverage Veeva RTSM to optimize data quality and trial efficiency.
“We are proud to partner with SGS and support its commitment to advance the speed and efficiency of clinical trials,” said Paul MacDonald, senior director, strategy, Veeva Vault CDMS. “With the addition of Veeva Vault EDC, SGS will strengthen its data oversight and management across their vast network of research sites running clinical trials.”