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SIRO Clinpharm déploie Oracle Health Sciences InForm afin d'améliorer les études CDE à travers le monde

MUMBAI, Inde, November 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

SIRO Clinpharm, société de services en recherche clinique leader offrant une palette complète de services, a annoncé le déploiement d'un projet informatique majeur dans la région, Oracle Health Sciences InForm, solution intégrée dans le domaine des sciences de la vie offrant tous les outils nécessaires pour mener et gérer efficacement des essais cliniques impliquant la capture de données électroniques (CDE).

L'utilisation d'Oracle Health Sciences InForm permet à SIRO d'automatiser et de rationaliser les solutions mises en œuvre par les sociétés biopharmaceutiques et les fournisseurs de dispositifs médicaux à travers le monde dans le cadre de leur processus de développement clinique et ce à tous les stades et dans tous les domaines thérapeutiques. Grâce à sa large palette de fonctionnalités englobant les opérations cliniques, la gestion des données cliniques, la rédaction médicale, la biostatistique, la programmation statistique, la pharmacovigilance et la gestion des fournitures destinées aux essais cliniques, cette solution constitue une avancée majeure dans l'adoption de processus d'essais mondiaux à une époque où les systèmes CDE sont largement répandus en Europe occidentale et aux États-Unis.

« Nos moyens informatiques dans la région sont inégalés. En déployant Oracle Health Sciences InForm, nous portons nos plateformes technologiques à un niveau capable de rivaliser à l'échelle mondiale. Cette solution couplée à notre expertise en matière de recherche clinique nous permet désormais de proposer à nos clients une offre qui leur donnera les moyens de mener leurs activités en tant qu'utilisateurs sans aucune interruption et de manière extrêmement efficace », a déclaré Khushru Patel, responsable Monde du pôle Technologies de l'information. « La souplesse, l'évolutivité et l'accès en temps réel du logiciel aux données issues des essais simplifient et accélèrent les essais internationaux complexes et de grande envergure. »

« Nous aidons nos clients à tirer parti des progrès technologiques pour commercialiser leurs produits dans un contexte marqué par un environnement réglementaire en constante évolution, des complications pathologiques croissantes et une concurrence féroce », a indiqué le PDG de la société, Gopakumar Menon.

À propos de SIRO Clinpharm :

Lauréat du prix Frost & Sullivan décerné à la Société de services en recherche clinique indienne de l'année 2012, SIRO Clinpharm est un fournisseur de solutions de développement de médicaments auprès de l'industrie mondiale de la santé.

Son expertise en la matière lui procure un avantage dans la gestion des données cliniques, la rédaction médicale, la biostatistique, la gestion des essais cliniques et des fournitures pour essais cliniques. Son expérience thérapeutique couvre, sans toutefois s'y limiter, l'oncologie, le diabète, la cardiologie, les maladies infectieuses et les troubles respiratoires. La société propose des modèles d'activité souples sur l'ensemble des segments de services en se fondant pour cela sur les besoins de ses clients.

Sa vaste présence géographique alliée à son expertise globale et à ses activités locales lui permettent de fournir des solutions personnalisées d'excellente qualité.

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