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Formedix partners with Parexel EDC

Aug 7, 2012 12:00:00 AM




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Formedix now integrates with Parexel EDC

Formedix is the only vendor neutral study execution suite which spans the entire end-to-end clinical trial process.  It is a fast-growing family of integration and publishing products which enable automatic layout of Case Report Forms (CRFs), seamless EDC build of multiple EDC systems and publication of submission deliverables to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other regulatory authorities.

No other provider rivals the universal choice and vendor neutral capabilities offered by the Formedix platform. The solution is ideal for sponsors with multi-vendor EDC and Electronic Patient-Reported Outcomes (ePRO) environments and contract research organisations (CROs) working with multiple EDC systems who can train in only one tool but work with all.

This latest high-profile integration with Parexel lets you visualize your eCRFs in 1 click, and automatically build your EDC. Formedix gives customers control and painlessly validates Parexel EDC builds as they design. Our platform is built on vendor neutral CDISC Standards, and allows drag and drop re-use from study to study.

Formedix has been proven to lead to a 68% reduction in study set-up times. A 70% re-use of study designs. And a 23% reduction in standards maintenance resource. All based on Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium (CDISC).

Formedix CEO, Mark Wheeldon explains “Our partnership with Parexel allows them to tap into our strong and growing customer base by adding enhancements to their EDC tool.” He continued, “Formedix brings known value to CROs building studies with multiple EDC vendors as they can design and train in only one tool to work with all and save over 55% in EDC build time. With Formedix EDC integrations,  we can now offer CROs even more choice, allowing them to work with more sponsors to build even more studies in a number of leading EDC systems.”


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