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One can now view all of the stored data directly inside Veeva Vault and make searching easier with standard Veeva security settings, meaning that they do not need to spend time looking through and pulling documents.
FREMONT, CA: Archiving the data and content directly in Veeva Vault can assist solve for these common scenarios.
One is Storing Archived Data and Content in Hard-to-Access Places
Imagine being audited by the FDA, and one is asked to produce certain documents. One way to locate the material is to contact a records manager, who will then have to check the databases and possibly gain access to release it, which could take a week or longer. Suppose the business is facing litigation or an audit and needs clarification on a single product. In that case, they will have to deal with all that and the nightmare of dealing with various versions of documents.One can now view all of the stored data directly inside Veeva Vault and make searching easier with standard Veeva security settings, meaning that they do not need to spend time looking through and pulling documents.
One Does not Consider Archiving Until Late in a Migration Project
In the life science industry, there often arises a question of what to do with legacy data and content that is not being migrated. The answer often is that the legacy system(s) has to get decommissioned, which would be dealt with later. So, why not start preparing now by storing the inactive data or decommissioned the device in Vault? Prepare for this now rather than later.
Valiance recently completed a major pharmaceutical corporation project in which we migrated two million active documents into Veeva from four separate sources. The next step will be to archive all of the inactive material from the sources in Veeva Vault. One vault, one interface, one location for active and inactive content or data. Stop paying for various technologies that is not needed anymore. One can decommission the systems and use Vault as the archive by archiving in Vault.