SignalChem Adopts eTMF Connect to Enhance Clinical Programs & Better Serve Customers

//SignalChem Adopts eTMF Connect to Enhance Clinical Programs & Better Serve Customers

SignalChem Adopts eTMF Connect to Enhance Clinical Programs & Better Serve Customers

Fast-Growing Canadian Life Science Company adopts eTMF Connect to drive greater efficiency and visibility across clinical studies.

MONTREAL and RICHMOND, CA – Montrium, a global leader in cloud-based software solutions for the life sciences, today announced that SignalChem has successfully implemented their eTMF Connect application to improve clinical operations in drug development for their oncology-related programs. SignalChem now benefits from a robust and powerful electronic Trial Master File solution with eTMF Connect, streamlining the management of clinical trial content between study teams, providing them with a centralized interface for effective collaboration.

Performing drug discovery and development to treat different types of cancers, SignalChem has seen significant growth in targeted therapies in recent years. SignalChem’s latest clinical program, the protein kinase AXL Inhibitor SLC-391 for cancer therapy, is set to act as a critical inhibitor for cancer cell growth and metastasis. AXL is believed to play key roles in cancer cell survival, angiogenesis, metastasis and therapeutic resistance, as well as anti-tumour immunity suppression.

SignalChem’s transition to a modern eTMF system allows for better oversight with a more dedicatedcollaborative environment for partners to connect through one platform resulting in the delivery of safer treatments to patients faster. “eTMF Connect allows for easy, direct access to critical TMF content and data. We can ensure that our clinical studies and their respective TMFs are managed with greater quality, visibility and efficiency to scale research efforts and continue growth,” said Dr. Zaihui Zhang, CSO and VP of R&D.

Montrium was able to both deliver and support the rapid implementation of the eTMF Connect software, allowing the SignalChem teams to realize the benefits of an eTMF system far faster than initially expected.

“As a clinical-stage company with an ambitious pipeline, we need a leading technology platform to streamline our clinical operations,” said Dr. Zhang. “Montrium’s eTMF Connect application helps our study teams work efficiently remotely and gives our program leaders better visibility into trial master file quality, timeliness and completeness. From the first engagement with Montrium, it was clear they wanted to nurture a lasting partnership, and their attention to detail was obvious from the start.”

“We are thrilled to be working with SignalChem, a fellow Canadian company, and to help them empower their continued success in oncology research and development. This partnership attests to the positive impact cloud-based platforms have in the life sciences industry,” said Oliver Pearce, Director of Commercialization at Montrium.

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About Montrium

Founded in 2005, Montrium is one of the leading providers of cloud-based collaborative content management software to the life sciences industry. With experience in serving over 200 life science customers in 20+ countries, Montrium is committed to delivering an unparalleled customer experience to emerging growth organizations as a true technology partner. Montrium is headquartered in Montreal, Canada, with a European office in Brussels, Belgium.

About SignalChem

SignalChem Lifesciences Corporation (“SLC”), headquartered in British Columbia, Canada, is a clinical-stage company developing novel targeted therapies for oncology. Its unique business model has been built upon two important pillars: the Bioreagents and Research Services business and the Drug Discovery and Development business. A group of scientists with extraordinary expertise and experience in kinase biology and drug discovery are working together cohesively to provide the best products and services to its customers around the world and to maximize the efficiency of its drug discovery efforts.

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