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Selecting the Right Electronic Data Capture (EDC) Platform, New Life Science Webinar Hosted by Xtalks
Date:9/18/2013

Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) September 18, 2013

Having the right EDC platform in place ensures project efficiency. After all, the goal of an EDC system is to support the unique requirements of its users and enable them to efficiently perform the functions and tasks required for successful project delivery.

It’s worth the time and energy to research, upfront, the capabilities the EDC as a typical user requires an excess of 80 hour's reach full proficiency. It is important to make sure research is done thoroughly on the front end, and return on investment (ROI) has been weighed carefully.

In this new webinar, experts will discuss key considerations is implementing and selecting an EDC platform.

Attendees who participate in this Webinar will learn how to:

  •     Identify high-level system and end-user requirements
  •     Evaluate vendors and systems
  •     Eliminate systems that failed to meet high level requirements and re-evaluate the remaining systems
  •     Develop a vendor audit questionnaire that can be sent to the EDC platforms selected for the short list
  •     Identify detailed functional and user requirements
  •     Compare each EDC system against the requirements that it needs
  •     Rank the systems based on how well your requirements are met, putting more weight on more important factors
  •     Complete a detailed company stability assessment of the final chosen vendors

For more information about this event or to register, visit: http://xtalks.com/selecting-the-right-edc-platform.ashx.

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