ARM Trial Database (ATD) is a relational database for storing and retrieving trials based on standard ARM study definitions.
ARM directly exports and imports trials in the database, and Microsoft Office™ products can be used to build customized reports for trials extracted from the database. ATD stores all of the information in an ARM trial, making the database a convenient long term repository for trial information.
Use ATD to:
Store ARM trials and manage attachments in an SQL Server database.
Import trials from ATD into ARM to utilize all of ARM's features.
Integrate directly with ARM ST to enhance defining of search criteria.
Trial information is protected in ATD database, to prevent changing of information in a way that would violate GEP or GLP requirements.
Only ARM users with a valid ATD license are allowed to export trials to the database, providing an additional level of protection against accidental trial changes in the database.
See our ATD Brochure (pdf) for more information about ARM Trial Database.
Contact GDM for information on pricing and availability.