Veeva Network Reporting

Network provides predefined reports that you can run and update, and you can also build reports that you can save to the reports list. Reporting provides controls to quickly and easily create queries for analyzing data in your customer instance. Administrators and Data Managers can create reports using the SQL Query Editor.

Unlike manual methods for looking at data, such as Network search, Network Reporting enables you to view and analyze data quickly and on a much larger scale. With Network Reporting you can use concise criteria to find and analyze what you’re looking for.

Entity-level updates are immediately exported to the reporting database. This means that you can report on updated data as soon as changes are made in Network.

You can use Network Reporting for the following:

  • Analyze data quality issues; for example, report on HCPs without an active address.
  • Define a customer dataset by identifying a subset of Veeva OpenData records for a customer instance; for example, identify all pulmonology-related HCPs and HCOs for a specific region.
  • Perform task reporting and management activities by identifying and analyzing task throughput; for example, identify day-to-day change request resolution rates by data steward.
  • Job summary information for target and source subscriptions.

Enabling this feature

Administrators must enable users to see reports by selecting the Reporting View checkbox on the General Settings page of the Admin console. Administrators can set further permissions to access reports and the SQL Query Editor in the Additional Permissions section of a user's profile.

User activities

The following activities are available by default, depending on the user type:

The System and Data Admin user role combines the full capabilities of Data Stewards and Administrators.
Activity Standard User Data Steward Data Manager Administrator
Create, edit, copy, and run reports
Create, run, and save SQL queries    
Delete any report      
Enable user access to reporting features      

Note: Access to the SQL Query Editor can be enabled for any user type by an Administator.