Posts Tagged ‘clinical trial management systems’

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[Webinar Recording] Preparing for Your Oracle, Medidata, and Veeva CTMS Migration Project

I recently delivered a webinar, in which I discussed the CTMS migration approaches taken across several case studies. You’ll come away with an understanding of: Pros and cons of each CTMS migration method Types of migration tools, including APIs, ETL tools, and adapters Approximate timelines and costs associated with each migration method The topics discussed […]

Reasons Behind CTMS Migrations Vary But Same Considerations Apply

On June 24, 2020, Param Singh, Perficient’s director of clinical trial operations solutions, will host a webinar on clinical trial management system (CTMS) migrations. He’ll explore the various reasons companies decide to migrate to new solutions and the different methods of migrating legacy data. As you might expect, the bulk of the CTMS work we […]

If You Use Siebel CTMS, Medidata Rave, Or Veeva Vault…

Then we’ve got a special webinar, just for you. On July 21, we will be having a fireside chat with our client, Alliance Foundation Trials (AFT), a research organization that develops and conducts cancer clinical trials. The chat will include a few presentation slides, so that you’re not looking at a blank screen, but much […]

The Secret’s Out: My Colleague Is A True Leader In Clin Ops

  Param Singh, the director of Perficient’s clinical operations solutions team, was just presented with one of Perficient’s highest internal awards for leadership. The Soaring Eagle award recognizes leaders who rise to their own personal heights while inspiring others to do the same through support, encouragement, and the creation of opportunities for professional and career […]

Shire’s Take On The Current Clinical IT Landscape

  Ed Miseta, Chief Editor of Clinical Leader, recently interviewed Mike McKay, Associate Director of Operational Excellence for Shire Pharmaceuticals, on his view of the clinical IT space and how it’s affecting his company. Here are several takeaways from his interview: