BioPharm Systems Launches New Tool for Transferring Oracle Clinical Data

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New Clinical Data Management Offering Allows Life Sciences Companies to Transfer Clinical Data Quickly and Cost-Effectively

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We originally developed this Oracle Clinical application for a company that needed to migrate their global library and clinical studies from an external Oracle Clinical instance to a BioPharm Systems hosted environment.

BioPharm Systems, a leading provider of clinical trial, data, and drug safety solutions, and a Gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), today announced that it has launched a new solution which enables life sciences companies that use Oracle Clinical, Oracle’s clinical data management system, to copy studies between Oracle Clinical environments.

The Oracle Clinical Study Copy Tool is a flexible application that can be used for tasks such as transferring clinical studies from one Oracle Clinical instance to another, archiving a global library or clinical studies, and refreshing patient data in a non-production environment.

“We originally developed this Oracle Clinical application for a company that needed to migrate their global library and clinical studies from an external Oracle Clinical instance to a BioPharm Systems hosted environment,” said Michelle Engler, principal consultant, BioPharm Systems. “During the development of the solution, several other companies showed interest in its broad capabilities, so we decided to release it to the greater clinical trials community.”

Pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies, in addition to clinical research organizations and academic institutions who license the solution can choose to either employ it on their own or have BioPharm Systems service their specific needs. The installation process of the Oracle Clinical Study Copy Tool is fast and simple. Although it has zero footprint in Oracle Clinical, the application’s security is maintained via Oracle Clinical and its standard credential controls.

Additional information about the Oracle Clinical Study Copy Tool can be accessed by visiting the product page.

BioPharm Systems is also an Oracle Accelerate solution provider.

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About BioPharm Systems

BioPharm Systems is an IT consulting company that focuses on the life sciences industry. We have extensive experience in the implementation, integration, migration, and hosting of Oracle's clinical trial management (Siebel Clinical), drug safety and pharmacovigilance (Argus Safety and Adverse Event Reporting System), clinical data warehousing and analytics (Life Sciences Data Hub and Clinical Development Analytics), clinical data management (Oracle Clinical), and electronic data capture (Remote Data Capture) systems. Our products and services help accelerate the development of new drugs, devices, and other therapies.

Founded in 1995 and headquartered in California, BioPharm Systems has offices in the United States and the United Kingdom. To learn more about the company's products and services, please call +1 877 654 0033 or e-mail info(at)biopharm(dot)com.


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