4 Common Uses For a Virtual Data Room


A virtual dataroom, also known as VDR offers the security to share and safeguard confidential documents. Investment bankers are the most frequent users of this technology but it is a viable option for businesses from all industries. Here are a few of VDR's most common uses:

M&A due diligence

A merger or acquisition of another company requires a huge amount of documentation to be shared, usually with third parties like auditors and regulatory bodies. The M&A process is made easier and faster when you have access to a centralized, secure repository of all the information.

Legal Cases

Litigation processes involve a large amount of documents that are highly sensitive or confidential. Legal teams need a VDR as these documents can be easily lost or stolen. VDRs give lawyers and regulators to examine documents remotely without risking security.

Real estate

Offline, sharing and signing important documents can be a long process. With the electronic signature feature that most VDR providers provide this process can be simplified and accelerated.

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