BSI CTMS turns 10

Ten years ago, we developed a CTMS solution together with our pilot customer Actelion, which is precisely tailored to the needs of pharmaceutical companies. Meanwhile, not only numerous pharmaceutical sponsors, but also CROs rely on BSI CTMS for conducting their clinical trials. A new release is now providing fresh wind – and practical modules.

Birthday cake for the 10-year-anniversary of BSI CTMS

In retrospect

The success story of BSI CTMS began in 2007 with the cooperation agreement between Actelion and BSI. Actelion contributed the specialized know-how regarding conducting trials, while BSI provided the technical expertise. BSI CTMS arose from the productive exchange, a standard product for conducting clinical trials; the software for personnel management and business development; the holistic tool for trial planning and supervision, including monitoring, patient tracking and document management (eTMF). A lot has happened since then. New customers, including ALK-Abelló, Allergopharma, Dokumeds and a well-known Fortune 500 company have joined the ranks of our pilot customer and founded a CTMS community which meets regularly and determines the roadmap for product development.

Outlook

Last week, the community met for the 7th BSI CTMS User Group Meeting. We were happy to present the latest cloud-based release, named Denim. Through the visionary Web interface, implemented in HTML5, the revolutionary CTMS generation also fits perfectly all mobile end-devices like your favorite pair of jeans. In addition to the refreshing and modern user experience, BSI CTMS Denim awaits with new and practical functions. These include modules for diagnostic trials, new reporting features, upgrades to existing modules, risk assessment for trials and trial centers, and much more. BSI CRM Denim has many new functions and is nevertheless more clearly laid out and easy to understand than ever.

BSI CTMS Denim will be ready to go at the end of 2017 and will be rolled out at Actelion and a Fortune
500 customer in spring 2018.
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Stefan Vogt