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Formedix Partners With OpenClinica to Deliver Automated End-to-End Clinical Trial Builds
Date:10/25/2013

Burlington, MA (PRWEB) October 25, 2013

Formedix, leading provider of clinical trial automation software and consultancy services is excited to announce a new partnership with OpenClinica, LLC, producers of the world’s most widely used open source electronic data capture software. The two companies are collaborating to offer an integration between Formedix Origin universal clinical trial design tools and OpenClinica’s uniquely flexible open source system for Electronic Data Capture (EDC) and Clinical Data Management.

The product, named Formedix Transform for OpenClinica, reaches the market this week and joins the company’s ever-expanding range of integrations with the leading EDC systems on the market. Transform for OpenClinica, a new integration with Formedix Universal Design Tool, Origin, merges study specification and EDC build into one process to significantly reduce OpenClinica study build times--in some cases by more than 55%. Other capabilities include study build automation and drag-and-drop reuse, enhanced by leveraging portable, vendor neutral CDISC designs.

CROs and sponsors now have even greater choice when selecting an EDC system with the introduction of Transform for OpenClinica and its diverse capabilities. There is no longer a need for training and support in multiple systems because, with Formedix, training only needs to be given for one study design tool.

Earlier this year, Mark Wheeldon, CEO of Formedix, was invited to present at OC13, the 2013 OpenClinica Global Conference, discussing the use of CDISC standards to drive efficiencies in study set-up and build with OpenClinica. He also spoke in detail about how Formedix is working with partners, such as OpenClinica, to develop cutting-edge solutions to help achieve further reductions in study build times.

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