The Sponsor’s current system required redundant data entry, consisted of disjointed tools, and was a drain on valuable resources.
A global sponsor was employing a combination of emails, spreadsheets and manual processes to manage their clinical trial disclosure activities. Redundant data entry and maintenance activities across disjointed tools were running in parallel in order to populate multiple global registries. In addition, the sponsor’s homegrown system for managing content for their own branded clinical trial transparency site was difficult to use and expensive to maintain. The tools and processes were not scalable and were wasting valuable resources on labor-intensive, manual processes that were put in place to guard against data entry and version control errors.