Provide investigators and staff with easy access to study documents through an intuitive electronic regulatory binder that supports compliance with 21 CFR Part 11 and HIPAA requirements.
Simplify approvals and replace printing, faxing, and scanning with fully electronic signature workflows that investigators and staff will love.
Provide monitors with secure, direct access to study binders from any location.
Improve compliance by automatically naming and filing study documents into eBinders. Quickly update CVs, medical licenses, and staff information across multiple studies with a single action.
Quickly see changes between two versions of a document with version comparison tools. Changes are highlighted eliminating the need for a line-by-line comparison.
Built-in Optical Character Recognition (OCR) converts all files to searchable text, helping you quickly find the documents you need.
Save time and centralize tasks with built-in workflows for eSignatures and certified copies.
Improve visibility with powerful reports that provide visibility into open tasks, upcoming expiration dates, and signature turn-around timelines.
Both versions support an unlimited number of users and studies and comes with full customer support from Veeva.
Modify standard workflows to fit your SOPs. Provide visibility into study documents to different groups across your organization.
Design reports and dashboards based on metrics you care about most to identify bottlenecks and take immediate action.
Integrate with your institution's Single Sign-On solution to quickly log in and sign documents using the same set of credentials as your other applications.
Preserve your regulatory documents for as long as you use Veeva SiteVault.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. SiteVault is a web-based application that can be accessed from any internet-connected computer or mobile device.
There is not a limit on the number of studies, documents, or users that you can have in the system.
Yes. You can use SiteVault for any study, regardless of the funding source, as long as you’re working as the investigator.