Canadian Drug Developer Signs Multi-Year, Million Dollar Plus Contract for OmniComm Systems' TrialMaster EDC

By CIOReview | Friday, February 12, 2016
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FREMONT, CA: OmniComm Systems, Inc. (OmniComm) (OTCQX: OMCM), a global leading provider of clinical data management technology, has announced the signing of a five year agreement with a Canadian pharmaceutical drug developer. OmniComm’s TrialMaster Electronic Data Capture (EDC) suite will be used for the collection of clinical data during this five year term in numerous global trials spanning Phase I to Phase III clinical studies.

OmniComm’ mission behind the deal is to replace their legacy EDC applications. For this the company sat with six other leading EDC solution providers, went through exhaustive evaluations, and finally chose TrialMaster as the most viable partner. Specific evaluation emphasis was placed on fast study build time, ease of data extraction in submission ready data format, direct patient data entry and a comprehensive feature set.  TrialMaster was found excelling in all categories when compared to the other six competing EDC technologies. The depth and breadth of functionality, ease of contracting, and a highly responsive executive management team were significant factors in the selection of TrialMaster EDC.

Trial build time was of particular interest as this clinical development team will be responsible for building their own studies. They found TrialMaster’s rich and versatile design and build toolset easier to learn and easier to work with when compared to the competing technologies and thereby enabling faster study build times. TrialMaster will be deployed within OmniComm’s OmniCloud® for hosting and maintenance of the entire IT infrastructure, ensuring clinical data management technology is always running; data is secure, and product enhancements are rolled out seamlessly.

“We are very pleased that, across a field of highly regarded EDC technologies, OmniComm’s TrialMaster was selected as the best solution by a very knowledgeable and savvy group of clinical professionals,” states Kuno van der Post, SVP of business development, OmniComm. “We are all extremely excited to see this new client showcase our software.”