Rho implements Phlexglobal eTMF solution

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The Chapel Hill, NC-based contract research organization (CRO) has implemented PhlexEview4 as its preferred eTMF solution to support commercial and government clients.

Phlexglobal, the developer of PhlexEview4, will deliver the solution via a private cloud in a ‘Software as a Service’ (SaaS) model.

According to the company, the solution will provide Rho’s clients with greater visibility and accessibility to essential documents, in addition to metrics regarding the "completeness and readiness of the TMF​."

Laura Helms Reece, co-chief executive officer, Rho, commented, “Selecting an eTMF system was a strategically important decision for Rho that will allow us to add more value for our clients​.”

eTMF market

According to a recent report​ by Industry Standard Research (ISR) the eTMF market is predicted to grow sizably over the next three years – with more than 50% of investigative sites expected to have access to a sponsor/CRO eTMF solution.

Andrew Schafer, president at ISR, told us the driving demand is "simply an evolution​" of pharmaceutical and service providers to web-based applications.

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