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Clintec expands Medidata partnership

By Melissa Fassbender

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(Image: Getty/solarseven)
The UK-based CRO Clintec International has expanded its partnership with Medidata to include the latest generation of its electronic data capture (EDC) technology.

Clintec has received accreditation in Rave EDC, the latest generation of Medidata’s electronic data capture (EDC) technology platform.

The UK-based contract research organization (CRO) also uses Medidata’s coding solution (Rave Coder) and clinical trial management (Edge CTMS) platforms.

According to the company, adding Medidata’s updated Rave EDC to the lineup makes its processes “more agile and scalable​.”

Dr. Buttar, Clintec CEO said the technology solution “further enhances our clinical research efficiencies—accelerating study timelines, reducing development costs, while providing the highest quality​.” 

Jeanne Strain, global head of biometrics told us, "As a Medidata partner, having our accreditation on the latest version of Medidata RAVE EDC allows Clintec to continue to expand its use of the Medidata platform​."

"The Clintec Data Management team is excited to be able to support our sponsors’ needs as they move to the latest version of an industry-leading platform,​" she added.

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