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Approved Trip Reports Can Now Be Up-Versioned In Siebel CTMS


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Site monitors and study managers, listen up: Oracle’s innovation pack 2016 (IP2016) for Siebel Clinical finally supports up-versioning of approved trip reports. No more handwriting the changes on the approved, printed version. No more squeezing clarifications into the site visit record comments field. No more creating a separate trip report with a similar name to serve as an addendum.

Here are some highlights of this exciting new feature:

  • Trip report is locked post-approval
  • Approved version can be copied to a new record, bringing along all of its contents, which can then be edited
  • Trip report version number and revision history can be tracked
  • Approved trip reports cannot be deleted; instead, previous versions can be designated as “obsolete”

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Jothi Selvaraj

With over 17 years of experience, Jothi Selvaraj is a solutions architect in Perficient’s life sciences practice. His expertise lies in the implementation and integration of clinical operations systems. Jothi is an expert in CTMS, EDC, clinical data warehouse, and clinical data analytics solutions. He enjoys helping companies build clinical infrastructure frameworks using the latest technologies. Jothi has a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Bharathiyar University in India. Before joining Perficient (via the acquisition of BioPharm Systems), he worked at IBM, Hewlett Packard, and Accenture. Jothi currently resides in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.

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