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Virtual data rooms can facilitate an easier due diligence and M&A process. They allow potential merger partners and investors access to all documentation required through a secure platform instead of having it reviewed in person or through email. They aid companies in managing sensitive data and protect their intellectual properties. Life science companies, for example, can upload confidential revenue forecasts and detailed financial records as well as IP ownership documentation into a VDR to be reviewed by potential investors. They can also use the platform to track investor interest and analyze time spent in making investment decisions.

When setting up the virtual data rooms, it’s important to take into consideration the needs of various stakeholders and their access levels. This is essential because it helps you choose the right level of document protection. For instance, it’s important to think about whether you’d like users to download or print documents from the VDR or not. If so, it’s a good idea ensure that your VDR provider has tools like dynamic watermarking or audit logs that stop data leaks.

Additionally, you should create folders in an arrangement that makes it simple for users to find the files they need. This requires that you pay attention to file naming documents, categorization of documents, and ordering, aswell being consistent with the formats of your files. It’s recommended to provide comprehensive training to users who will be working on the VDR, so they understand how the platform functions and the security measures that are in place.

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