Clinixir Taps Oracle Clinical Trial Solutions to Unify Trial Operations
New Thailand Clinical Research Organization will manage clinical trial operations with Oracle Health Sciences Clinical One, Oracle Argus, and other Oracle applications
Clinixir Company Limited, a startup Clinical Research Organization (CRO) in Thailand, has selected Oracle’s innovative clinical research and pharmacovigilance solutions as its eClinical platform. Clinixir chose the Oracle Health Sciences Clinical One Cloud Service for its comprehensive, end-to-end technology capabilities and breadth of applications. It has also selected Oracle Argus for its safety management, amongst other Oracle applications.
Clinixir is the largest provider of clinical trial services to Thailand’s Ministry of Health, as well as several universities, hospitals, and pharmaceutical companies. After careful evaluation, Clinixir has selected Oracle to help it run and optimize its clinical trial budgeting, planning and management, monitoring, and analytics. With Oracle, Clinixir will be able to establish a unified data platform for its clinical trial and safety operations and integrate its recently selected Oracle NetSuite Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system
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“After a thorough evaluation we found Oracle is the only vendor that provides an end-to-end solution from finance, enterprise resource planning (ERP), and operations to clinical trial and safety applications,” said Chief Executive Officer Dr. Kanokwan Pornprasit, Clinixir. “Oracle’s clinical research, pharmacovigilance and back-office products provide a single best-in-class solution and we are confident that we can conduct our clinical trials efficiently, effectively, and safely.”
Clinical One will harmonize data from multiple sources which will help Clinixir to streamline workflows and save significant time from study startup to study closeout. With Clinical One’s unified platform and applications Clinixir will have access to a complete analysis of clinical trial data, the patient’s experience, and ultimately, the safety and efficacy of the investigative therapy, and enable the CRO to make actionable decisions.
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As part of its deployment, Clinixir will use: Oracle Argus, Oracle NetSuite Enterprise Resource Planning, Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS) (known as Oracle Health Sciences Trial Management and Monitoring Cloud), Clinical Development Analytics (CDA), Oracle Health Sciences ClearTrial, Oracle Analytics Cloud, Oracle Database, and Oracle Clinical One for Electronic Data Collection (EDC) and Randomization and Trial Supply Management (RTSM).
“Thailand’s public sector is undergoing a major push for digitization,” said Managing Director Oracle Thailand Taveesak Saengthong, “As a CRO, Clinixir will be a valuable contributor to the health of Thailand’s residents as it works with top universities and other organisations to bring therapies to market quickly. At Oracle, we are very committed to supporting these important efforts through our technology.”
“The right technology is essential in helping CROs better manage and use data to speed discoveries of new treatments,” said Senior Vice President and General Manager Henry McNamara, Oracle Health Sciences. “The flexibility, speed, and real-time insights our platform and applications can deliver can help enable Clinixir to streamline its clinical trial operations.”
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