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Our API lets you integrate with other systems to save time and make life easier.
The ryze API (Application Programming Interface) allows other external applications to integrate with the platform. Really, it lets them talk to each other. For example, you can integrate with ryze from a SAS-based environment to automate your SDTM conversions. You can push data in CSV, Dataset-XML and XPT formats. You can then trigger an SDTM conversion and pull the final data into your external system. You can also pull metadata in ODM and Define-XML formats.
Our API lets your systems communicate with our clinical metadata repository. No need to log in to the ryze and manually upload your data. Instead, do it instantly from your existing system! Our API automates the upload, conversion, and download of datasets. So ryze does all the hard work in the background. Nice and easy!
The API means that your systems can access standardized definitions and descriptions of common data elements and fields in the platform. All your metadata content such as annotations, forms and datasets are stored in one central place. A single source of truth if you like. So it’s much quicker and easier to find the content you need.
ryze uses 3rd party APIs to integrate with other applications, such as EDC systems and document stores. That means you can automatically transfer clinical data from your systems to ours. Then it’s ready to convert to SDTM!
Our plug-ins mean you can also integrate with leading EDC systems. This includes Medidata Rave, Oracle InForm, XClinical Marvin, OmniComm TrialMaster, OpenClinica, Parexel DataLabs, and Mi-Co Mi-Forms. That way you can design studies with all the features of your chosen EDC system, see what your forms will look like as you design them, then automatically build the EDC database.
The ryze platform saves you time. Lots of it. Specifically with your SDTM conversion process. How do we know this? We worked with a company to help them set up trials that were fast recruiting and required pretty much immediate access to their data. They did this by mapping their studies to SDTM up front, before they went live. They used the Medidata Rave API to pull data during user acceptance testing (UAT), which allowed testing of their mappings before the studies started.
Doing it this way meant that the SDTM mapping logic was nearly complete when the database went live. 100% CDISC compliant SDTM datasets were produced within 10 business days of the go live date. These studies brought a huge return on investment for the company we helped. Lag time for SDTM data delivery was cut from 8-12 weeks to 2-4 weeks!
We are using the Formedix platform to design CDASH-compliant, example CRFs for the CDISC eCRF Portal. We can create, visualize, edit and approve eCRFs in the platform, then export them in ODM-XML to use in the CDISC Library and standards packages. Formedix is one of CDISC’s longest standing members. CDISC is keen to work with technology partners that help pharmaceutical organizations to adopt and keep pace with emerging CDISC standards.
Formedix has been a valuable resource and their services have added value to our platform and data management capabilities.
You can let your internal systems automatically communicate with the ryze clinical trial software platform. For example, uploading and downloading datasets between ryze and your in-house database. Your clinical trial design, build, and submission can be so much faster than before! The time and resources you save mean that you’ll save costs too.
Medidata Rave, Oracle InForm, XClinical Marvin, OmniComm TrialMaster, OpenClinica, Parexel DataLabs and Mi-Co Mi-Forms.
Yes. You won’t need to login to ryze to manually upload your data. You can do this from your own system – our API automates the upload, conversion, and download of datasets.
Yes. Your system will be able to access all your metadata content such as forms, datasets, edit checks etc. that are stored in the ryze clinical metadata repository.
Data can be pushed into ryze in CSV, Dataset-XML and XPT formats.
You can trigger an SDTM conversion and pull the final data into your external system. You can also pull metadata in ODM and Define-XML formats.