proinnovera opts on BSI CTMS to conduct clinical studies
The internationally successful dermatology CRO proinnovera will carry out its clinical studies with the CTMS system from BSI. With this, proinnovera decides in favor of another efficient and digital tool.
proinnovera is characterized by future-oriented and innovative thinking and acting. The company was founded 21 years ago by the current owner Dr. Burkhard Breuer and has developed into a global full-service CRO with a focus on dermatology and inflammatory diseases. 100 employees at the headquarters in Münster, Germany and 980 other employees, who can be accessed in more than 40 countries, support the worldwide execution of clinical studies.
With BSI CTMS we increase our efficiency
Carsten Makus, Director Clinical Operations at proinnovera
In order to carry out the studies as conscientiously and efficiently as possible, proinnovera evaluated a Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS). The decision was made in favor of the CTMS solution from BSI Business Systems Integration AG. Carsten Makus, Director Clinical Operations at proinnovera, who led the evaluation process, commented: "We have worked with a number of different CTMS products in recent years. Based on this experience, we have now opted for the BSI system as the new standard. The CTMS is clearly structured, user-friendly and above all offers flexibility for further development. Other sponsors and CROs are already working successfully with it."
The trial managers see all relevant information in real time and have all modules for study management, monitoring of study centers, document management, reporting, and so on, in one single tool. Carsten Makus is therefore convinced that "the system will make our work easier and we will thus further increase the efficiency of study management".
"We are very much looking forward to working with proinnovera. We represent the same values, both as a company and in the ways we work together. In addition, we will cooperate with proinnovera to further develop the BSI CTMS standard product. Especially in the area of document management (eTMF), which subsequently benefits the entire CTMS community," says Jan Klint Nielsen, CTMS project manager and community manager at BSI.