Veeva Vault clinical data management system (CDMS) is a suite of clinical data management applications on a single cloud platform that enables users to manage studies from build through execution in an integrated way, according to the Pleasanton, Calif.-based company. Vault EDC offers an intuitive interface for capturing trial data and is designed for flexibility so users can create study builds faster and make mid-study changes with no downtime.
Novartis spun off Alcon in April after owning it for eight years, freeing the vision-care company to choose a new clinical trial software system. Veeva said in 2018 that it had more than 65 medical devices and diagnostics customers using Veeva Vault, 11 of them among the world’s largest medical devices companies.
“Rapid study startups are crucial for us because of the quick development cycles of medical device products,” said Lisa Sauls, Alcon’s R&D IT director for clinical and regulatory affairs. “Veeva Vault CDMS is an innovative, high-quality solution that offers speed and the flexibility to accommodate medical device data.”
“Veeva Vault CDMS helps life sciences companies improve agility in data management and efficiency from startup through completion,” said Veeva Vault CDMS general manager Henry Levy. “With its move to Veeva Vault, Alcon has the foundation to speed innovation in eye care.”