SureClinical announced today the publication of their newest white paper, “Evaluating SharePoint-based eTMF applications.” The white paper provides a comparison of SharePoint-based eTMF applications and collaborative cloud portals with integrated multi-organization digital signing capabilities.
Nearly fifteen years after the first introduction of SharePoint, SharePoint user surveys and articles are increasingly negative toward the usability and actual user adoption of SharePoint-based solutions. In addition to an inflexible, proprietary and outdated architecture, SharePoint’s most cited customer complaints target its user interface, limited functionality, costly and time consuming software maintenance, support and integration issues.
Forrester Survey Shows Majority of Users Don’t Like SharePoint and are Not Adopting It
Widespread User Dissatisfaction Drives Users to Seek SharePoint Antidote
As SharePoint 2013 appears to be entering its twilight, user’s frustration with the platform has reached a critical level. According to
“SharePoint user surveys point to an aging architecture that no longer meets enterprise user needs,” said
SureTrial eTMF Collaborative Cloud Platform with Mobile Digital Signing – The SharePoint Antidote
In contrast to SharePoint’s aging architecture and inability to seamlessly enable cloud collaboration, SureClinical’s SureTrial eTMF collaborative cloud platform provides clinical trial organizations with immediate time to value. With SureTrial’s advanced architectures, technology standard support, paperless clinical trial study enrollment, all running in cloud-based
SureEsign – Cloud-based Mobile Digital Signing Technology
As the only eTMF solution to provide paperless content completion in the cloud for organizations outside the corporate firewall, sponsors and CRO’s can enroll investigators in studies through the SureEsign mobile web client and SurePortal. Incorporating a simple to use PDF document viewer with patent-pending integrated digital signing with multi-factor authentication, SureClinical’s SureEsign mobile web client is almost like having a pocketable digital notary. It runs on most smartphones and enables verifiable digital document signing and content completion at the point of origin, providing paperless content completion and collaboration across clinical research organizations, sponsors, investigators and clinical trial stakeholders. Per FDA Part 11 requirements, all digital signing transactions are tracked in a non-modifiable audit trail. The SureEsign solution is the only digital content signing solution for health sciences that works beyond the corporate firewall on mobile web devices, enabling clinical trial study investigator enrollment in days, not weeks.
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SureClinical provides cloud-based health science applications that automate business processes and eliminate paper. SureClinical’s Certified Cloud includes integrated document completion, Esigning and archiving for networks of health science organizations that wish to share documents in an automated, regulated cloud environment. SureClinical's applications run on Android®, Apple® iPad, Apple® IOS, and other popular smartphone platforms, as well as on all major web browsers. For more information, visit http://www.SureClinical.com.
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