d-Wise Announces ISIS Clinical, an Integrated Framework for Life Sciences
d-Wise Technologies also announces the availability of SOA’s Semantic Manager metadata repository as the initial system and an integral component of their Integrated Services and Integrated Systems solution, ISIS Clinical, and a New Clinical Data Standards Delivery Model that bundles strategy, implementation and conversion services for CDISC.
Morrisville, NC (PRWEB) November 04, 2013
d-Wise, a leading life science and healthcare technology consulting and solution provider, announced today at the annual CDISC Interchange in Bethesda, MD, the availability of their ISIS Clinical framework; an integrated systems and services offering to life science organizations. To reduce time, effort, and costs in clinical development, standards development processes for life science organizations must be automated and their clinical development lifecycle must be flexible to quickly adapt to change. d-Wise is bringing this vision to reality with the launch of the ISIS Clinical framework.
The d-Wise ISIS framework is middleware that connects common clinical systems such as CDR, MDR and EDC with pre-defined data and workflows and thus empowers life science organizations with various options to manage their clinical trial data on a variety of leading clinical systems. By deploying systems using the ISIS Clinical framework, clients gain workload mobility and the agility to rapidly scale their clinical systems and improve business process.
ISIS Clinical-based solutions are available as both on-premise or via the Cloud. ISIS Clinical Cloud delivery offers many advantages to organizations like reduced capital and operational expenditures, increased speed of change for business operations, easy development and reduced total cost of ownership. Being technology agnostic, d-Wise provides unbiased strategic guidance and technology expertise for SAS, Entimo, Oracle and SOA software platforms and provides bundled services to facilitate implementation, integration and validation.
ISIS Clinical Integrated services include technology and process improvement consulting, integration, implementation of clinical systems and similar services and training for support of CDISC implementation and conversion. At the Interchange, d-Wise will also be unveiling their all new Clinical Data Standards Delivery Model that bundles strategy, implementation and conversion services for CDISC.
d-Wise Technologies, Inc. (http://www.d-wise.com) is a technology leader with the expertise to empower world-class life science and healthcare organizations to resolve their business optimization challenges, helping them rapidly harness and leverage data, systems and processes to gain competitive advantage.
As one of North Carolinas’ fastest growing companies, with offices in the US in the Research Triangle Park area of Raleigh, NC and in the UK in Marlborough, England, d-Wise offers product, service and consulting solutions that help clients clearly understand technology options, interconnect manual, disparate and point systems and implement best practices for robust, reliable, and compliant infrastructures that optimize data flow and business process.
d-Wise’s ten year history of tailoring solutions to meet individual client needs as well as delivering data integration, data warehousing and standards solutions within highly-regulated industries is rooted in extensive domain knowledge of SAS software, clinical drug development and clinical data standards like CDISC.
d-Wise solutions for clinical trial optimization, metadata management and clinical data standards provide a solid foundation for extracting accurate business analytics to enable critical business decisions to be made rapidly and based on all the data.
Within the healthcare arena, d-Wise provides data optimization for actuarial, quality, medical-management, and operational data marts and data warehouses as well as support for fraud detection using data-driven and repeatable processes.
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