Using Formedix Transform tools means that training only needs to be delivered in one study design tool, saving time and money.
Burlington, MA (PRWEB) August 26, 2014
Formedix, the leading provider of clinical trial automation solutions, today announced the release of Transform for MARVIN: the latest addition to its expanding Transform for Electronic Data Capture (EDC) product line. It was developed in collaboration with Formedix technology partner XClinical, and allows integration with MARVIN, the EDC and Clinical Data Management system.
As well as reducing study setup time, by allowing instantaneous visualization of MARVIN eCRFs as they are designed, Transform for MARVIN also covers 100% of the export functionality from MARVIN’s design tool. In addition, study builds are automated and drag-and-drop reuse is enhanced through the use of portable, vendor-neutral CDISC designs.
This latest capability from Formedix offers CROs and sponsors even more choice when selecting an EDC system. Instead of being tied to one system, using Formedix Transform tools means that training only needs to be delivered in one study design tool, saving time and money.
Mark Wheeldon, CEO of Formedix, welcomed the latest in his firm’s line of vendor-neutral tools. “Transform for MARVIN allows seamless export of studies into MARVIN,” he said. “At Formedix, we’re continually striving to develop tools that deliver savings in both time and cost for clinical trial design and build.
“We offer something unique by working in partnership with market leading EDC software vendors, such as XClinical, to deliver our Transform integrations. Sponsors and CROs alike will benefit from its universal features: our clients can now seamlessly and automatically lay out Case Report Forms (CRFs), build for multiple EDC systems and submit validated results to regulators. We will continue to support our customers by maintaining close partnerships with EDC developers and expanding our suite of integrations.”
Dr. Philippe Verplancke, CEO of XClinical, is happy to announce his company’s partnership with Formedix. “The availability of study design and metadata library tools based on CDISC standards enables large efficiencies in clinical data management,” he said. “Next to XClinical’s tools, customers now have the choice of leveraging the Formedix Transform for MARVIN product to configure CRFs and especially edit checks across a number of different EDC systems in a way that was not covered by the base CDISC standards until today. The reduction in training costs and learning curves is obvious. We are looking forward to offering MARVIN as a choice right next to a number of other leading EDC systems.”
Transform for MARVIN is just the latest in the Formedix portfolio of Transform tools. With Transform integrations available for Medidata Rave, OpenClinica, OmniComm’s Trialmaster and DataLabs from PAREXEL Informatics, this new release further cements the reputation of Formedix as the only independent provider of multi-vendor solutions for clinical end-to-end trial automation.