MMS teams with Oracle for database build

By Melissa Fassbender contact

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MMS Holdings recently worked with Oracle Health Sciences to build a complex database for an oncology pharmaceutical company.

The contract research organization (CRO) headquartered in Canton, MI, announced a successful database build for a study, which included more than 70 unique case report forms (CRFs).

According to MMS, the build required ‘several last-minute changes’ to the structure and involved multiple rounds of user acceptance testing (UAT).

The company used Oracle Health Sciences’ open standards-based data capture and management platform, InForm, to accelerate the process.

 “Working with Oracle, we were able to create a collaborative environment for our data management experts to operate in, allowing them to build databases quicker, with the most recent industry guidance – astounding our own teams and sponsors alike,”​ said Jim Bademian, associate director, statistical programming and data management, MMS.

MMS was unable to provide any additional comment.

The company also in July of this year launched its cloud-based quality control application, Automatiqc, to meet quality control needs rapidly through its customizable software, according to the CRO. The application automatically performs quality control and style checks medical writing, pharmacovigilance, and other documents.

HCL Technologies (HCL), a member of the Oracle Partner Network (OPN), and Oracle Health Sciences, also announced a collaboration earlier this year​ to help customers scale digital clinical trials. Additionally, Oracle’s goBalto is working with Quorum Review IRB​ to push approval documents into Oracle goBalto’s Activate.

Related topics: Clinical Development

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