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CRF Health partners with Vodafone on communication platform

Hopes Vodafone’s global machine-to-machinewill improve client experience
CRF Health seated woman

CRF Health, a provider of electronic clinical outcomes assessment (eCOA) solutions, has partnered with Vodafone on their global machine-to-machine (M2M) platform.

The company will use Vodafone's M2M platform to offer a guaranteed communications service to clinical providers and their patients.

Jaime Racine, VP of contracts and vendor management at CRF Health, said: “Having a trusted communications services partner is critical for us. Partnering with Vodafone will help us provide our clients with more predictable data sending while improving the quality of our products and services.”

Through the partnership, CRF Health will hope the management of sending of mobile data in clinical studies will be simpler for clients. The agreement provides clinical trial sponsors running global studies reliable connectivity and instant access to data.

Vodafone group's head of machine-to-machine sales for Northern Europe, Cyril Deschanel, added: “Our global M2M platform and services allow CRF Health to confidently provide customers with reliable global end-to-end solutions for clinical trails to ensure the highest quality outcomes.

“Working together with CRF Health, we can achieve their goal of a seamless global experience and greater operational efficiency.”

Article by
Kirstie Pickering

19th February 2015

From: Research

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