Veeva Vault Payments

Streamline payments to clinical research sites and provide financial visibility to all study partners with Veeva Vault Payments. Designed to support complex trials, Vault Payments enables sponsors and CROs to pay sites faster and more accurately.

  • Speed: Automate payment tracking for a simpler, more efficient process.
  • Visibility: Real-time reports and dashboards provide full visibility to upcoming and pending payments to optimize execution and cash flow.
  • Accuracy: Automatically match clinical activities with a site’s fee schedule for greater accuracy.
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Configurable Fee Templates and Schedules
Create fee schedule templates for a study or country and configure at the site level for complete flexibility. Support complex trial designs that adapt to business change – set fees, reimbursement rates, and reimbursement limits per site, split fees across multiple payees, and make template adjustments on-the-fly.
Generate Payable Items
User-defined rules trigger payments after subject visits and procedures are completed, ensuring payable items are generated according to site contracts.
Create Payment Requests
Create payment requests in bulk at the study, country, or site level in multiple currencies to streamline payments to global sites. Route payment requests for review, approve directly in Vault, and auto-generate payment letters to sites. Once approved, payment requests can be sent for execution.
Real-Time Reports and Dashboards
Real-time reports and dashboards allow users to organize, analyze, and share payment data, while Vault security profiles and permissions ensure the right access for sponsors, sites, and CROs.
Unified with Vault CTMS
All data needed to identify, track, and report payments is managed in Vault CTMS and unified with Vault Payments, so clinical team members can view payments data without ever leaving Vault CTMS. Subject visits in Vault CTMS trigger payable items in Vault Payments, simplifying payment management.
Automate information sharing across trial partners, processes, and systems for better collaboration and faster trials.