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5 Specialized Virtual Data Room (VDR) Use Cases For Mission-Critical Processes

If businesses decide to use the virtual data room (VDR) to share confidential documents online with external parties, they’re usually focused on the solution’s price level, security options and usability, which can be tested using a free trial offered by the majority of providers. While these aspects are important but many don’t realize the fact that the true value of a VDR is in its capabilities that facilitate sharing of confidential vdrs use cases documents for mission-critical processes.

VDRs are especially useful for professionals who must share sensitive documents, like client legal documents or with investors, service providers or other third-party organisations. A VDR properly configured can guarantee that documents like HR and financial documents, client legal documents or proprietary intellectual property business plans, or even proprietary intellectual property are only accessible to those who have the appropriate permissions.

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) procedures require the exchange of large numbers of documents which must be securely reviewed by a variety of parties. A VDR’s granular permission settings and easy-to-navigate folder structures make it a perfect repository for due diligence processes.

Biotech and pharmaceutical companies typically make use of VDRs to share confidential formulations, patents and molecules with other labs regulators, investors, and potential partners in the research and development process or in preparation for fundraising and licensing activities. A VDR that is designed specifically for this purpose is the best solution because such information is highly confidential and requires strict data security standards.

It’s the same with commercial real estate projects, where buyers and investors need to review large format blueprints, financial statements, and more. A VDR can allow them to do this without the limitations of email or other file-sharing services that typically require long downloads or uploads and are incapable of handling many users at once.

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