Elligo eases administrative burden with eSource documentation platform

By Maggie Lynch

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Elligo launches a clinical research technology platform for eSource documentation to accelerate research by mitigating administrative bottlenecks.

The integrated research organization (IRO), which is based in Austin, TX, will offer its IntElligo Research Stack technology platform later this month. The platform will provide real-time management, financial management, and research site analytics.

IntElligo, a web-based application, operates as a workflow system while aligned with data collection standards and can remove administrative barriers. Elligo’s integrated system, branded as SOAR (System of Accelerated Research), will tap into the IntElligo Research Stack to eliminate the need for transcription steps which can slow down the research processes.

Rebecca Kush, CSO at Elligo told us, “clinical trial sponsors need a way to fix the currently ‘broken’ and increasingly expensive clinical research process.” ​She added that sponsors can look to integrated systems to accelerate clinical research by streamlining data flow.

Jacyln Bodmer, CIO at Elligo explained, “we aligned our data collection and workflow execution to the way healthcare practices work.”

“IntElligo also has features that significantly reduces the administrative burden on sites which allows them to focus on patients – the real priority of any clinical study. We understand that we’re part of a larger study data ecosystem and therefore use standards to ensure we have interoperability with sponsors,”​ she added.

Elligo announced this month that it raised $20m (€17.85m) in Series C funding​ to support both its expansion into more states, as well as further development of the IntElligo Research Stack. 

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