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Greenphire: Exostar partnership offers 'extreme benefit' to sites

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Greenphire is now offering Single Sign-On (SSO) through Exostar’s identity and access management platform.

Through its partnership with Exostar, which the company announced at the SCOPE Summit last week in Miami, Florida, Greenphire’s eClinicalGPS is now available with valid credentials throughout the TransCelerate SIP and Exostar life sciences communities.

The TransCelerate Shared Investigator Platform (SIP) was developed as a single point of access for Investigator Sites and clinical trial sponsors.

Wayne Baker, Greenphire Chief Commercial Officer, told us, “The Exostar partnership and the site investigator portal offer an extreme benefit to sites​," adding that it allows the company to deliver its solution to sites in a more “seamless fashion​.”

Kenny Kong, Exostar’s Director of Life Sciences and Health IT, explained the next steps are to “continue to grow the list of eClinical partners, [and] application providers … to expand on that end user experience​.”

As we continue to grow, it’s like a mall with a lot of stores … you walk through one door and can access any retailor you want​,” he said.

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