Vivli to develop clinical research data-sharing platform on the cloud

Cambridge, Mass.-based Vivli, a nonprofit center that manages and facilitates information exchange for clinical research, teamed up with Watertown, Mass.-based technology architecture consulting firm BlueMetal to build a clinical trial research data-sharing platform.

The platform — powered by Azure, Microsoft's cloud computing platform — provides a single resources that aggregates research studies from disparate data sources. It will include a data repository, analysis tools and a search engine to provide increased transparency and access to clinical research around the world.

Vivli says it plans to launch the platform in 2018.

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