Vita Global Sciences has partnered with Veeva Systems to enhance its clinical data management processes and improve collaboration with key stakeholders.

Veeva Systems provides cloud-based software solutions to address operating challenges and regulatory requirements in the life sciences and consumer products industries.

Under the partnership, Vita Global Sciences, the contract research organisation (CRO), will use Veeva Vault EDC to establish a foundation for study efficiency and faster study builds.

Vault EDC is part of Veeva Vault Clinical Data Management, which combines EDC and Veeva CDB for next-generation clinical data management.

Vita Global Sciences clinical data management director Kelly Forester said: “Veeva Vault EDC allows us to simplify our processes while ensuring a seamless experience for patients, research sites, and sponsors. Partnering with Veeva advances our mission to deliver innovations that can profoundly impact patient lives.”

The CRO will use Vault EDC to design and deliver complex studies for its sponsor clients.

It intends to add Veeva Clinical Database (CDB) to aggregate and clean data from all sources, and Veeva RTSM to randomise patients and optimise trial supply management.

The approach allows Vita Global Sciences to run the study clients want while gaining visibility and control of trial data.

With modern clinical data management applications on a single platform, the company can reduce manual processes for improved accuracy and speed.

Veeva Vault clinical data management strategy director Jon Young said: “Veeva Vault EDC will help advance Vita Global Sciences processes as they move toward the future of clinical trials.

“By establishing a clinical data foundation, Vita Global Sciences can accelerate study builds and manage changes with no downtime for faster trials that can improve patient outcomes.”