The WCG Secure Document Exchange (SDE) assures that your clinical studies proceed securely and on time—because your document flow is expedited and tracked in a secure, centralized electronic repository.
Since SDE is fully integrated and cloud-based, it automatically ensures your documents reliably comply with regulations in 110 countries globally. It also enables collaboration by all stakeholders, which speeds and simplifies processes and eliminates duplicated work.
Perhaps most importantly, the system integrates with the WCG electronic Trial Master File (eTMF) application, which gives study personnel full visibility of all documentation related to clinical studies so that you can manage them closely in real time. The eTMF also provides a complete, audit-ready trail of document transactions.
Here are some of the functions that provide SDE users control and confidence that their document exchange is proceeding efficiently and cost-effectively.
Not only did our 2007 introduction of the SDE solution help sponsors and CROs achieve breakthroughs in speeding and simplifying site start-ups, but continuous technology advances have since strengthened its dominance.
More than 4,000 clinical researchers on more than 400 compounds in more than 6,000 studies have employed our clinical workforce solutions. This clinical trial experience is the reason so many sponsors and CROs trust WCG to help move their products to market.
See how Secure Document Exchange has expedited more than 500,000 clinical trial documents: request a demo.
Secure Document Exchange is integrated with other WCG solutions to further speed and secure site activation:
WCG Electronic Trial Master File
A central digital repository for all trial-related documents.
A service that shortens the site selection process and improves the quality of the sites you choose.
An online Learning Management System that brings new speed and efficiency to the site training challenge.
Complete the form to request a schedule a consultation with WCG. We’ll demo how Secure Document Exchange has expedited more than 500,000 clinical trial documents.