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First time login to the new PPD Cloud Platform

With the new PPD Cloud Platform, you will be able to access several PPD applications using the same username and password.

  • If you are unsure if you have an existing Azure Active Directory or Microsoft account, please click the Get Started button on the email invitation you will receive on the effective date. The system will automatically redirect you to your company’s login page, prompt for your Microsoft credentials, or guide to create a new Microsoft account.


I. How to access PPD applications with your corporate account (Azure Active Directory account)

  1. Click on the Get Started button in the email Invitation which you have received from PPD:
    get started Azure

  2. Enter your email – the one you received the invitation at:
    email Azure

  3. You will be then taken to your organization’s home page:
    home page Azure

  4. After you enter the credentials you use for your company’s Active Directory sign-in, you will see a catalogue of apps to which you have access to.

Note: Make sure to select “PPD” from the top right corner in order to view your PPD Applications.

Note: The screenshot below is an example view and it might not reflect exactly what you see in your profile. After you click on an application’s icon, you will be redirected to it:
sign in view Azure

Some of the major PPD applications that will be using this set-up are ePIP, PPD SponsorView, Preclarus Dashboards, PPD Veeva eTMF (Veeva Vault).

You will be able to see a list of the applications you have access to – and access them with one click - through http://myapps.ppdi.com/

Alternatively, you can also access the systems through their own login URLs - if unsure about an application’s login URL, please check your inbox for the email notifying you of this change.

If you need access to a PPD application but you don’t see it in your view, please contact your PPD study team so they can request it on your behalf.

In case of any questions or issues with your access, please contact the PPD Clinical Systems Support at http://support.ppdi.com


II. How to access PPD applications through your Microsoft Account.

  1. Click on the Get Started button in the email Invitation which you have received from PPD:
    Microsoft get started

  2. Enter your Microsoft password and click on Sign in
    Microsoft password

  3. Review and Accept the “Permissions”:
    Review permissions Microsoft

  4. You will then see a catalogue of the apps to which you have access to. Make sure to select “PPD” from the top right corner in order to view your PPD Applications.

Note: Тhe screenshot below is an example view and it might not reflect exactly what you see in your profile. After you click on an application’s icon, you will be redirected to it:
sign in page view Microsoft

Some of the major PPD applications that will be using this set-up are ePIP, PPD SponsorView, Preclarus Dashboards, PPD Veeva eTMF (Veeva Vault).

You will be able to see a list of the applications you have access to – and access them with one click - through http://myapps.ppdi.com/

Alternatively, you can also access the systems through their own login URLs - if unsure about an application’s login URL, please check your inbox for the email notifying you of this change.

If you need access to a PPD application but you don’t see it in your view, please contact your PPD study team so they can request it on your behalf.

In case of any questions or issues with your access, please contact the PPD Clinical Systems Support at http://support.ppdi.com


III. You have neither an Azure Active Directory account nor a Microsoft account

  1. Click on the Get Started button in the email Invitation which you have received from PPD:
    get started new

  2. Proceed to creating your account by clicking on Next:
    create new account

  3. Create a password for your account:
    password new

  4. Enter Country/Region and Birthdate:
    country region new

  5. Verify your email, by entering the PIN you will receive in your mailbox – make sure to check your SPAM/JUNK folder as well:
    Verify email new

    PIN new

  6. Enter the Captcha to complete the account creation process:
    enter captcha new

  7. Review and Accept the Permissions:
    accept permissions new

  8. You will see a catalogue of apps to which you have access to. Make sure to select “PPD” from the top right corner in order to view your PPD Applications.

Note: Тhe screenshot below is an example view and it might not reflect exactly what you see in your profile. After you click on an application’s icon, you will be redirected to it:
sign in page view new


Some of the major PPD applications that will be using this set-up are ePIP, PPD SponsorView, Preclarus Dashboards, PPD Veeva eTMF (Veeva Vault).

You will be able to see a list of the applications you have access to – and access them with one click - through http://myapps.ppdi.com/

Alternatively, you can also access the systems through their own login URLs - if unsure about an application’s login URL, please check your inbox for the email notifying you of this change.

If you need access to a PPD application but you don’t see it in your view, please contact your PPD study team so they can request it on your behalf.

In case of any questions or issues with your access, please contact the PPD Clinical Systems Support at http://support.ppdi.com


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