Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) September 26, 2017
arivis, Inc., a provider of clinical and regulatory technology and services to the global pharmaceutical industry, has certified against Privacy Shield EU-US. This milestone assures clients using arivis Clireo technologies that their data is being managed under the guidelines required by the program. Existing and prospective arivis clients can more assuredly operate their clinical and regulatory processes within Clireo, the cloud-based eClinical solution from arivis hosted in the Microsoft Azure Cloud.
“We are proud to make this announcement as our team has worked very hard to achieve this goal of certification.” Remarked Dirk Beth, Managing Director of arivis. “We’ve always had a solid reputation for excellent, easy-to-use and very cost effective products. With the Privacy Shield certification we continue to show our commitment to data security for the international biotech and pharmaceutical community”.
Due to arivis’ increasing global presence and the Privacy Shield certification, arivis welcomes new clients to the Clireo family from the U.K., Germany, and Australia. The clinical trials being conducted by these clients represent investigators in a dozen additional countries. These companies must comply with global and regional requirements, making a standards based system such as Clireo a solid choice for health authority compliance. Satisfying both ICH and 21 CFR Part 11 is core to Clireo’s capabilities.
Clireo is recognized as a safe and cost effective alternative for managing clinical and regulatory data. Through apps such as Clireo eTMF for clinical trial master file documentation and Clireo eDMS for regulatory documents with a connected submission management system called Clireo eCTD, clients can achieve compliance and improve quality much faster than with other, more complex systems.
To find out more about the Privacy Shield Framework, please visit https://www.privacyshield.gov
arivis specializes in big image data and compliance software for the life, health, and material sciences. Its software enables users to visualize, analyze, distribute, and manage multi-terabyte sized files and multi-dimensional (2D, 3D, 4D, 5D) image datasets that are created by microscopes or scanners. arivis software solutions also help customers to meet regulatory, quality, and compliance requirements in research, clinical trials, approval, and maintenance of medical devices and medicinal products. arivis serves the global life science research communities from their headquarters in Munich, Germany, as well as their United States subsidiary in Phoenix, Arizona, and their Washington, D.C., office.