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Can Configurations And Customizations Happen In The Cloud?

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As you may have read in our most recent “cloud fact or fiction” post, we confirmed that companies have the ability to perform system administration activities for solutions hosted in the cloud. Let’s now tackle configurations and customizations. 

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Claim #9: Systems in the cloud can be configured and customized.

Fact or fiction? Fact.

Whether hosted or on-site, a configurable clinical or safety system (not all are configurable) can be modified to meet each organization’s needs. Hosting does not limit the ability to configure or customize a solution. In fact, because of the cost and time savings associated with the cloud, hosting could even free up more of the budget for additional configurations and customizations.

As mentioned in a past post, some cloud hosting vendors even offer pre-configured accelerators, which reduce the need for custom configurations, but do not prevent the ability to make them, if a company so chooses.

Up next – our final “cloud fact or fiction” post in the series, highlighting your favorite subject and mine: validation!

About the Author

Param Singh has been working in the life sciences industry his entire career. As the director of clinical trial management solutions at Perficient, he developed the clinical trial management team to become one of the best in the industry. Param leads a highly skilled team of implementation specialists and continues to build lasting relationships with clients. He has a knack for resource and project management, which allows clients to achieve success. Param has been with Perficient, via the acquisition of BioPharm Systems, since 2008. Prior to joining the company, he guided the clinical trial management group at Accenture.

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