More life sciences companies are bringing together clinical processes and information to streamline trial management
Veeva Systems (NYSE:VEEV) announced that Veeva Vault CTMS is gaining momentum with global biopharmaceutical companies and clinical research organizations. In six months since the product’s availability, Veeva has added nine Vault CTMS customers, with two already live and using the product. Vault CTMS is the only modern cloud application that makes it easy for life sciences companies to unify clinical information and processes and gain complete visibility throughout their studies.
“Veeva Vault CTMS breaks down application and process silos and enables us to achieve new levels of efficiency and transparency across our trials,” said David Sheleheda, senior director, global clinical operations, Integra LifeSciences Corp. “Bringing together our clinical applications on one platform gives us a single view of our trials so we can make better decisions.”
According to a recent global survey of clinical operations professionals, nearly all sponsors and CROs say their current CTMS application limits their ability to improve clinical operations. CTMS integration with clinical applications such as EDC and eTMF was among their top challenges. Also, 99% of clinical operations leaders report the need to unify their clinical applications.
“The easy to use interface of Veeva Vault CTMS simplifies clinical trial management for the team, while the ability to bring together CTMS and eTMF allows us to streamline our clinical processes in the cloud,” said Michaella Corso, vice president, clinical affairs, at Penumbra, Inc.
Veeva Vault CTMS is part of Veeva Vault Clinical, the industry’s first and only suite of clinical applications, including EDC, CTMS, and eTMF, on a single cloud platform to unify clinical data management and clinical operations. Vault Clinical applications are now used by more than 160 customers, including eight of the top 20 biopharmaceutical companies deploying globally.
“Vault CTMS is fulfilling pent-up industry demand for a truly great CTMS solution,” said Jennifer Goldsmith, senior vice president of Veeva Vault. “Customers can finally have the best of both worlds and break down their process and system silos and gain full insight across their clinical studies. This combination has simply never been possible.”
In other news today, Veeva announced that the number of Veeva Vault Quality customers has increased to 120, including four of the top 20 largest biopharmaceutical companies and 30 Veeva Vault QMS customers. Read our press release to learn more.