A virtual data room, also known as a VDR streamlines collaboration, reduces costs, simplifies organization and accelerates due diligence and negotiations in strategic transactions. By giving stakeholders digital access to all the documents that are involved in M&A due diligence and post-merger integration, these online data rooms help companies manage more deals in a shorter period of time.

Most often, VDRs are used to assist in the closing of a financial transaction. A venture capital company for instance, will require a review of the corporate documents and contracts of a new company prior to closing an investment. Due diligence is a process that requires a safe and secure storage space as well as the ability to share documents.

Mergers and Acquisitions (M&As) are a further example of the need for dependable document management and storage. Similarly, companies in the life sciences industry regularly merge or partner with each other and raise funds, which need a lot of document exchanges and protection of intellectual property.

Utilizing an online database room for fundraising can eliminate the hassle of physically sharing hard copies. It also guarantees that sensitive information isn't vulnerable to hackers and other unwanted third parties. Additionally the VC can keep track of the number of times a document was read and how long. This allows him or her to review the processes and make better decisions regarding future investments. Digify creates dynamic watermarks for documents that display recipients' email addresses and IP addresses. This discourages unauthorised use and increases traceability.