TransPerfect Life Sciences, a provider of services and technologies to support global studies, released Trial Interactive 9.0, which represents the most significant upgrade yet for its eClinical platform. Included within this release are new system features, enhancements to existing functionality and advanced integrations.
With the rising popularity of cloud-based solutions for product development and submission support, Trial Interactive 9.0 helps stakeholders align the capabilities of multiple modules and tools, maximizing ease of use and effectively planning, tracking and securely storing and delivering required documentation.
Highlights of Trial Interactive 9.0 include:
“Our focus is on equipping QA and regulatory teams with enhanced tools to track documentation and perform reviews for completeness and quality. We have also made a significant step toward resolving what is consistently cited as a major challenge: capturing study correspondence. The newly added features will help generate confidence that their eTMFs are inspection-ready, which is a significant benefit of the push toward fully paperless trials,” said Michael Smyth, general manager of TransPerfect Life Sciences and the Trial Interactive development team.
TransPerfect Co-CEO Liz Elting stated, “As life sciences organizations move more and more toward cloud-based solutions, Trial Interactive continues to evolve to address needs that were previously unmet or underserved. Version 9.0 brings with it some significant innovations that were borne out of close collaboration with our clients and knowledge gained over the years, all combining to produce what we’re confident is the industry’s most advanced eClinical platform.”
Phil Shawe, co-CEO of TransPerfect, remarked, “By focusing on helping our clients effectively streamline their clinical development and trial execution, we’re able to facilitate a more strategic handling of studies. With the new capabilities and integrations in Trial Interactive 9.0, clients will see an immediate uptick in their ability to ensure eTMF completeness, centrally track study documentation, automate workflows, and coordinate globally dispersed personnel.”