Vault Clinical Suite
Veeva Vault Clinical Suite is the industry’s first cloud platform that combines EDC, eSource, CTMS, eTMF, study start-up, and site document exchange to unify clinical data management and clinical operations. Veeva’s suite of clinical applications is built on the Veeva Vault Platform, the only content management platform with the unique capability to manage both content and data, eliminating system silos, and streamlining end-to-end clinical trial processes.
- Single source of truth: Reduce complexity by managing clinical operations and data in a single system that automates and streamlines trial processes.
- Complete visibility: Improve decision-making based on an accurate, real-time, and comprehensive view of study status.
- Increased compliance: Gain complete oversight of the end-to-end clinical process, delivering real time actionable insights.
- Single cloud platform: For content and data applications, providing a comprehensive and fully interoperable platform for all clinical trial contributors and consumers
Clinical Data Management
Veeva has delivered a better EDC that is modern, adaptive, and fast to reduce the cost and complexity of clinical trials.
Vault eSource enables clinical sites to enter patient data directly into an easy-to-use mobile application to dramatically reduce transcription — delivering immediate data quality and eliminating wasted time and cost. Vault eSource is planned for availability in December 2017.
Vault CTMS unifies clinical information, documentation, and processes globally to reduce complexity, increase transparency, and speed time to critical decision making.
Vault eTMF enables active TMF management for real-time inspection readiness, visibility, and control.
Vault Study Startup accelerates time to site activation by bringing together start-up content and data, and incorporating country-specific intelligence in study start-up workflows.
Vault SiteExchange makes it easy for sponsors, CROs, and investigator sites to collaborate on study activities by providing a single point of access and consistent processes for document exchange during clinical trial execution.