Using Virtual Data Rooms

Virtual data rooms are a fast and easy way for companies to give secure access to confidential corporate documents. VDRs are a common choice for M&A transactions, but they can also be used in other situations. For example, when companies want to collaborate on audit, due-diligence, or other process-related activities.

The first step in setting up a VDR involves the administrator creating a folder structure and organizing documents to make it easy to navigate. This can be accomplished using drag-and-drop or bulk uploading, or a more traditional approach in which the administrator creates folders for each project, and assigns document labels.

The administrator invites users to the project once the structure of the folders and files is ready. Based on the level of security, the administrator can allow users to view certain files or download and print documents too. Some providers offer an option called "View As" option that lets administrators to see what other users see to prevent security breaches or other errors that could harm the transaction.

Investment bankers use virtual data rooms to assist their clients in M&A deals as well as other financial processes. They can inquire about their needs and receive prompt answers right inside the data room via advanced Q&A workflows. iDeals is user-friendly that includes a range of features including specific permissions for documents including watermarking and branding, automatic indexing and reporting. The platform is compatible with multiple languages, and it has a built-in translation engine.

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