endpoint Clinical, a developer of Integrated Voice Response (IVR)/Integrated Web Response (IWR) systems, has partnered with OmniComm Systems, and electronic data capture (EDC) company, to provide an integrated method of capturing and transferring data for clinical trials that reduces redundancy in data entry and improves the speed at which a clinical trial can take place.
endpoint’s flagship product platform, PULSE, is fully configurable, allowing users to design and deploy clinical trial Integrated Response Technology (IRT) systems and save time developing clinical trials.
The IVR/EDC integration aims toreduce the number of systems that access the data, eliminate duplicate data entry through the sharing of data, streamline the flow of information and enable dual site activation by exchanging data for screening.
“We are very happy to be working with endpoint to offer our customers an integrated solution to improve clinical trial efficiency, reduce timelines, and drive down operational costs,” said Stephen Johnson, president and COO of OmniComm. “By working together, we allow program managers to spend more time managing a study with less time spent trying to manage the data.”