Veeva Vault Software


Veeva Vault is a cloud-based content management solution with built-in collaboration features designed specifically for life sciences industry. It comprises multiple modules that independently perform separate functions.

Vault eTMF helps life science companies manage their clinical trial operations. Vault Submissions creates a single space for regulatory documents that brings together contributors, partners and affiliates.

Veeva RIM provides users with an authoritative source for submission of documents, publishing dossiers, managing authority interactions and registrations. Vault RIMs also allows users to plan, manage and track product registrations.

Vault Promomats combines internal and external messages and markets them to new and existing stakeholders. Vault MedComms provides a common repository that integrates global medical communication content from across all communication channels and geographies.

Finally, Vault Investigator Portal helps sponsors and clinical research organizations maintain audit-ready eTMFs. Users can raise an online ticket for support inquiries.


Veeva Vault - Home page
  • Veeva Vault - Home page
    Home page
  • Veeva Vault - Investigator portal
    Investigator portal
  • Veeva Vault - eTMF view
    eTMF view
  • Veeva Vault - Search results
    Search results
  • Veeva Vault - Sharing files
    Sharing files
  • Veeva Vault - Tasks list
    Tasks list
Supported Operating System(s):
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Linux, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 2000, Windows 8

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Tracy from Seattle Genetics
Specialty: Pharmaceuticals
Number of employees: 501-1,000 employees Employees number: 501-1,000 employees

March 2018

March 2018

It easy to upload & maintain documents in Veeva Vault



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It would be great if the sandbox refresh included a refresh of documents, so we could test the environment as it is in production. The functionality refreshes, but we end up having to upload current documents, so that we can run tests that mimic what is happening in production.


Veeva Vault is easy to navigate. You can update the metadata quickly and easily without having to put the document through a workflow.


The current version we are using is not set up for the workflows that we need, therefore we have to use another system for our workflows. We need the ability to redline in the workflow and track changes. We also need the ability to reject/accept changes and approve or deny. We are research a better process within Veeva Vault.

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