secuTrial® | Updates

Continual development of secuTrial®.

secuTrial® is being continuously developed and refined in close coordination with our customers.

Overview of releases 2007 – 2018

Date Version New functions (selection)
May 2015 4.9 Automatic password assignment for participants, tabulated repetition group, participant activity log
Nov 2014 4.8 PDF printing, automatic opening of forms, import function for lookup tables
Oct 2014 4.7.1 Automated exports, validation of setting to productive mode
May 2014 4.7 Labelling of missing values, more import options in DataCapture
Dec 2013 4.6 Conditional adoption of values and score calculations, new rule “Freeze single form if”
Sep 2013 4.5.1 Automated imports, facility to create patients in multiple centres
May 2013 4.5 Extensions for SQL queries, configurable messages, multiple casenode tabs
Jan 2013 4.4.1 Error report, mass actions for monitoring, item matrix
Oct 2012 4.4.0 Option to hide questions
Aug 2012 4.3 Export extensions, preselection of variables, export as square table
Apr 2012 4.2 8 new algorithms for randomization incl. stratification, blinding, list upload
Nov 2011 4.1.2 Introduction of treatment arms
Aug 2011 4.1 Centre-specific project versioning
Apr 2011 4.1 Extended import options
Optimised messaging functions
Jan 2011 4.0 Double Data Entry
Sept 2010 3.5 Customer-specific user interface
Extended plausibility rules
Apr 2010 3.4 Extended import options
Export function for STDM variables
Jan 2010 3.3 Immediate validation
Layout changes
Aug 2009 3.2 Patient reported outcome
Jul 2009 3.1 Database freezing
Archiving and deletion of projects
Management of DICOM files
Dec 2008 3.0 Management of images
Aug 2008 2.6 CDISC-ODM 1.3
Extended form components
Jun 2008 2.5 Generation of numerical statistics
Excel export function for reports
Apr 2008 2.4 Mass imports
Dec 2007 2.3 Import function for catalogues
SPSS exports
Jul 2007 2.2 Workflows for monitoring
Patient files
Mar 2007 2.1 Multiple customer management
CDISC export 1.2.1

Newly installed updates do not affect ongoing studies because new functions are not automatically integrated into existing study setups.