ShareVault VDR to Offer Connections to DocuSign, Sync, and Share Platforms

We have reviewed ShareVault Virtual Data Room, one of the leading VDR providers on the market. This popular VDR has updated their software to include connectors to: popular file sync and share platforms as well as the popular DocuSign.

New Connectors

ShareVault VDR will now offer connectors to:

  • Dropbox
  • SharePoint
  • Box
  • Office 365
  • DocuSign

So, what’s the big deal? These are some of the most popular share and file sync platforms used in business today. DocuSign is also the most popular and well-respected software for electronic signing for any type of transaction.

Secure Sharing via Third Party Cloud-Based Platforms

ShareVault is currently the only VDR with the ability to give users the ability to connect people and content across platforms. This VDR allows companies and organizations to share confidential information with third parties securely through a single “pane of glass,” as they call it. This means that external/third-parties can login to a single web application and access content from all of the users’ various cloud-based platforms with complete security.

What Do These New Connectors Accomplish?

Sensitive and important documents are often stored in multiple file-sharing solutions in a business enterprise. With the new connectors such as Dropbox and Box, this will add to the existing Office 365 and SharePoint connectors, which will allow companies to share Human Resource, R&D, financial, sales, marketing, manufacturing, legal, and other sensitive information with the highest level of security.

While popular business file sharing and syncing platforms are great choices for collaborating and sharing files with internal and trusted external parties, however, when it comes to sensitive information and files, sharing must be completed in a safer and more secure manner. ShareVault is a full-featured VDR that offers this security. The new connectors added to this VDR recently will allow users to combine the benefits of both platforms while offering security to keep business files safe.

The new DocuSign connector will give ShareVault users the ability to submit documents to a DocuSign eSignature workflow directly within the VDR. Once signing is complete, the fully executed document is automatically placed in ShareVault. This is a simple but secure process that can actually be tailored to streamline a wide range of standards-compliant eSignature protocols.

The new connectors of ShareVault were designed in order to be simple and avoid the installation of additional software. Syncing folders to ShareVault will be extremely easy now with the new updates. Once your documents are synced, the files can be accessed by ShareVault VDR users with all of the customizable security features, including:

  • Printing
  • Saving
  • Blocking Copying and Pasting
  • Screenshots
  • Revoke access to documents after they’ve been downloaded

This will make ShareVault one of the more secure, connected virtual data rooms available for businesses.

Conclusion

The media seemingly reports security breaches of personal information, financial information, and business information on a weekly basis. It has become more important than ever to make sure that sensitive business files and information and absolutely secured when shared with third parties.

The enhanced features and security to users of DocuSign, Office 365, Box, SharePoint, and Dropbox are improved with ShareVault’s new integration capabilities. Take a look at these new connectors at the following link from the ShareVault VDR website: http://www.sharevault.com/product/features/integration/.

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The Process of M&A & the Importance of Having a VDR During the Process

You may have noticed that nearly every virtual data room (VDR) is designed and created to be used in Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A), among other uses in a variety of industries. From the Buy and Sell Sides of M&A, along with Post Merger uses, virtual data rooms are commonly utilized for this purpose, and if you are new to VDRs or M&A, it is crucial that you know why it is so important to have a virtual data room for use during Mergers & Acquisitions.

If you are a business owner who is either contemplating a liquidity event for your company (or you are educating yourself in the event that you may need to sell in the future), the process of selling one’s company can be very daunting. There is a ton to do including hiring an investment bank to negotiate a sale. Overall, the entire process is overwhelming — but it doesn’t have to be if you break down the process and understand the steps.

Selling a Business

Once a business or company has decided that it is time to sell, the first question an owner asks themselves is: how do I sell it? Naturally. For small businesses that have one location or less than a couple of million in revenue, the owner could potentially sell the business on their own. Or, as a small business, a business broker could be enough.

However, for larger companies, the selling of a company is a horse of a different color. The services of an investment bank are typically needed in order to ensure that a large number of potential buyers can be considered and that the selling process can be competitive.

Let’s go over the process of selling one’s company and the importance of having a virtual data room.

Choosing an Investment Bank

For the process of Mergers & Acquisitions, confidentiality is extremely important. Using an investment bank that has a great history of confidentiality is the best best. Try reaching out through a trusted lawyer or law firm. Why is confidentiality important?

Well, news of an impending sale can severely disrupt employees at a company, can affect stocks (if applicable), and can cause issues in the M&A process if the information is too widely divulged.

Find an investment bank that has experience selling companies that are within your industry and are familiar with potential buyers — it’s like an auction — you want to go with an auction house that can get in the right buyers in a room (so to speak) for a better chance at selling your company at a higher price.

As a part of their pitch to win your services, an investment bank will typically offer a valuation of your company. Now, be wary of any banks that seem to be providing valuations that are much higher than others — this may stroke your ego or get you excited, but valuation does not mean that the bank will be able to sell it at that price or deliver a better service. Realistic banks are a much better bet.

Also, don’t forget about fees — 1 to 1 percent of the total sales price of a company is standard, depending on the expected size of the transaction. Smaller companies will usually be asked to pay a minimum fee in order for a bank to consider working on their transaction.

VDRs are important to the process coming up — when it comes to confidentiality, uploading documents and files, getting potential buyers interested, etc… it is important to have a virtual data room that is secure, easily accessible to potential buyers, easy to upload all of the relevant documents, and perfect for keeping everything organized and in the end, appropriate for making the final monetary transaction.

Remember, in most cases, when buying a company, it is not only money that changes hands. Intellectual property rights, manufacturing rights, and a lot more are also purchased as a part of the deal. This means a lot of paperwork, need for secure online storage, and a crucial need for safety when the transaction is finally done.

Due Diligence

Once you have chosen an investment bank, due diligence must begin. The bank basically sets up a meeting a your company HQ in with key members of management. It is important that the confidential process of M&A is stressed to employees — since they will be made of the potential sale, they could cause panic in the company if they tell everyone.

It is therefore pretty common for companies to set up incentives for senior employees who are involved in the transaction — this is so the process runs smoothly — after all, it is likely they will be without a job when the company sells. You want to make sure they are cooperative.

There is a due diligence checklist that the investment bank will likely go through, so that all company-related issues are covered for potential buyers.

Due diligence typically includes:

  • Tour of company
  • Discussion of legal issues (potential litigation, questions about company operations, intellectual property rights or manufacturing, etc…)

The company is then asked to provide monthly financial statements every month during the selling process so that potential buyers have the latest financial information.

Confidential Information Memorandum

At this point, the investment bank will use all of the information they gather during due diligence in order to prepare what is called a confidential information memorandum (CIM).

The memorandum is essentially the primary sales document used to market your company to potential buyers. The CIM is similar to a detailed business plan. It includes everything from:

  • Bios of the company’s key management
  • How the company operates
  • Description of any legal concerns that may exist
  • The historical financial performance of the company
  • Pictures and charts to convey the value of the company

In addition to the memorandum, the bank will also prepare a one-pager document that describes the company on a no-name basis. It’s like an anonymous cover letter with all of the necessary information at a one-page glance without the name of the company. This helps to gauge buyer interest prior to providing the entire CIM.

Buyers List

While the process of due diligence is going on, the investment bank will take the time to consult with the company for the purpose of developing a buyers list. You can’t sell a company by simply listing it somewhere and the best way to sell is to be proactive and approach the appropriate buyers themselves. Again, think of an auction house — to get the best bid possible, you would want an auction house to advertise the product, get all of the big buyers in a room (who are serious and interested), and let them compete for your company.

Certain potential buyers may be excluded from your list for competitive reasons. If a huge or innovative company is being sold, the M&A process could divulge intimate details about a company, and if another business is not being honest about wanting to buy your company, this knowledge could weaken the company’s advantage of the competition.

Now, once a list of potential buyers is complete, it is time for the bank to start making calls and reaching out to investors. They will email the one-pager summary so all buyers have more information on the company before speaking with them to gauge their interest in acquisition.

If the bank ends up with one or more buyers that are still interested in purchasing your company, they will at that time, ask them to sign an NDA (non-disclosure agreement). This means that the bank can now give them the name of the company that’s for sale and give them the information memorandum.

Potential buyers are contacted over a course of days and the bank will take note of the conversations with each. This will determine which buyers are interested still, which decline, and which ones are on the fence.

At this point, the investment bank will send out copies of the memorandum to buyers have signed an NDA and are still interested in buying. Included is a letter describing a timeline for the sales process. Buyers are given a few weeks to assess the CIM (memorandum with all of the company information) before submitting an indication of interest.

Letters of Intent

An LOI (Letter of Intent) is a non-binding letter from potential buyers that discuss how much they are willing to pay for the company being sold, how the purchase will be financed, and a description of their experiences with making acquisitions (if they have any). This is essentially somebody putting in a bid and explaining how they will accomplish the financial side.

Even if a buyer offers a high price, it doesn’t mean they are the best buyer. Remember, buyers may not be able to close the transaction if they can’t secure financing. This is why it is important that they include in their LOI how they intend to accomplish payment.

Once all of the Letters of Intent are collected, a smaller group of potential investors are selected to move on in the process. This increases competitiveness and an investment bank can apply pressure on the buyers to offer their highest price and maximize the value for your company.

The Importance of Virtual Data Rooms

The remaining buyers that have been chosen throughout this process — this may be two or three, depending on your specific business — are then invited to visit the company’s virtual data room (VDR).

Virtual data rooms are typically cloud-based these days, which gives everyone involved instant, global access to all of the detailed and sensitive information on the company. Each potential buyer will be given specific access (which can be controlled) so that they can view and analyze as they make their decision and pick a number to offer up.

Data rooms allow for documents to be created and/or scanned and uploaded onto the secure, virtual website for these buyers to access from anywhere in the world, at any time.

What is especially great about VDRs is that it is a huge benefit for your company and the bank to gauge interest by the different potential buyers. The VDRs offer additional insights into the M&A process because you will be able to see which files have been viewed by which potential buyers, including how often and when. This information is crucial to get a good indication of how certain buyers are in terms of thoughtfulness and seriousness in making a transaction. This is analysis is priceless.

At this time, buyers are invited to submit final bids and are usually pressed by the investment bank you hired, to up their offer to stay competitive — this can work especially well to potential buyers that you have seen (through analysis via the VDR) view the files on the company extensively.

Closing

A buyer is finally selected and the terms of the deal are finalized. The runner up is often told that the company is still considering offers (this is because the winning bidder may not be able to close the transaction, agree to the terms, or otherwise able to seal the deal). It is always important to have someone else in consideration in case the selected buyer falls through.

Remember, the winning bidder is not always the buyer with the highest offer. A winning bidder will have a combination of a high offer and a high likelihood of completing the transaction, which is the better deal in the end.

Once the major financial terms of a merger are agreed to, the closing process is turned over to lawyers of the two companies: the company selling and the company buying. They will be the ones to hammer out a purchase agreement, which is signed by both companies completing the sale.

After the Wire

In a confidential M&A process, only the management team of the selling company, a few potential buyers, their legal and financial advisors, and the investment bank are aware of a sale of your company.

A press release will announce the sale of the company and inform employees of the company before the news is made public.

The entire process of M&A can last as fast as six months or can take over a year.

Conclusion

Virtual data rooms (VDRs) are incredibly important when it comes to transactions as a part of M&A. VDRs are the perfect place to store and share sensitive documents on a company as well as complete the transaction process when selling and buying a company.

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FDM Platform by Framesoft: Review

What is FDM Platform?

Created by Framesoft, FDM Platform is a virtual data room (VDR) that was created for mid-sized businesses.

This software was designed to securely exchange confidential data, create personal bookmarks, manage document versions, handle email attachments, and more.

Intended Users

Mid-Sized Businesses are best suited to this VDR. Those in the financial, legal, M&A, and other industries will find the security and ease of exchanging information very useful.

Deployment

  • Cloud, Web, SaaS
  • Desktop
  • Mobile

 

Features

The FDM Platform by Framesoft offers a secure virtual data room for exchanging information between multiple internal/external parties and acts as a data repository.

User Permissions

You can decide who get to see what with user permissions, which provides selective access for security purposes and ease of use. There is total control over confidential documents, which is perfect for projects in M&A, as well as legal transactions, due diligence, clinical trials, business capital raises, and more.

Data Management

With this virtual data room, you can create organizational structures that are required for your specific industry, as well as manage a range of electronic files (e-Files) and documents to be: tracked, stored, and searched via full text search or assigning keywords that you configure on the basis of self-defined business rules.

Security

FDM Platform offers your business the security level required for the exchanging of confidential information and documents, including:

  • State of the art TLS encryption of data transfer
  • Access to a single folder and document
  • Fine grained authorization privilege system (access control)

VDR Access

Accessing the FDM Platform, which is your virtual data room, is easy and can be done in the following ways:

  • FDM Internet Browser Module (e.g., MS Internet Explorer)
  • Framesoft Scanning Solution (FSS) — setup and configuration would be required
  • MS File Explorer (via FDM Virtual Filing System) — setup and configuration would be required
  • Forwarding email into FDM Platform including response — setup and configuration would be required

Plans & Pricing

For pricing and options for your virtual data room, you must contact Framesoft directly.

You can contact Framesoft via the option at the following link: http://www.framesoft.com/contact-us-footer

 

Notes on Subscription, Cancellation, Setup, etc…

The FDM Platform (VDR) can be used instantly and easily.

  • Usage is based on monthly membership model per named user
  • Membership can be terminated (via monthly basis)
  • Very quick setup and configuration of organization-specific profiles
  • Number of users can be updated at anytime

Free Trial

Unfortunately, no free trials can be easily found on the Framsoft website. You can contact Framesoft and request a demo if you wish.

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FORDATA VDR: Review

Fordata virtual data room (VDR) is the leading Polish provider of VDRs that offer services for legal, financial, real estate, and other industries around the world. Fordata VDR is a web application (cloud-based storage) used for secure storage of files and data as well as controlled sharing of documents with third parties.

Most commonly used for investigation of records of a company that is put up for sale — this is Due Diligence — in Mergers and Acquisition.

Clients

Intended Users

Fordata is intended for use by SMB’s (Small-Medium Businesses), where it is best used by professionals in the following industries:

  • Due Diligence
  • IPO and Exits
  • M&A (Buy and Sell Sides)
  • Post Merger
  • Private Equity
  • Restructuring
  • Bankruptcy
  • Board Reporting
  • Debt Financing
  • Distressed Real Estate
  • Fundraising

…as well as any other industry in the financial, legal, or real estate business that requires a cloud-based solution for data management, storage, and safe financial transactions.

Platforms

  • Online, SaaS, Web-Based, Cloud-Based
  • Mobile

Mobile Platforms

  • iOS

Features

Fordata allows for simultaneous access to documents of independent parties — 24/7 — from anywhere in the world. This helps to shorten the process of a transaction and reduces costs.

The Datapoint feature guarantees users confidentiality and full security of documentation that is shared. There are various security mechanisms such as the following:

  • Encrypted Communication (EVSSL 256 Bit Certificate)
  • SMS codes user authentication
  • ISO 27001:2013 Certificate
  • Real-Time Activity Reports
  • Access Rights Model
  • Reputable Data Centers Located in Europe
  • Guarantee of Uptime and Business Continuity

Document Security

  • 256 Bit Encryption
  • Data Backup
  • Dynamic Watermarks
  • Virus Scanning
  • ISO 27001 Certified

Access Security

  • Multiple Factor / Multiple Channel Verification
  • Set User Permissions
  • Permission Groups
  • Two-Factor Authentications

Audit / Report

  • Audit Logs
  • Notifications
  • Document Version Control
  • Automatic Audit Reports

User Interface

  • Branded Website
  • Bulk Uploads
  • Full Text Search
  • Drag and Drop Files
  • Scroll-Through Viewer
  • Q&A Section
  • In Document Linking

Accessibility

  • Mobile Device Interface
  • No Client Software Required
  • iPad Application
  • Multi-Language Support

Key Features

There are a number of key features that Fordata virtual data room offers its users.

Intuitive and Clear Interface

This VDR has the features required for complex transactions. The easy navigation of this system will save time in time-critical projects. The user-friendliness also means that the system can be configured very flexibly.

Simple Document Management

The simple document management features give you the ability to quickly upload documents using drag and drop, as well as assigning access rights to files at the upload stage. You can also bulk upload and download files and folders and make use of automatic file indexing.

File Protection

Fordata VDR allows you to upload files in any format from PDF, JPG, Office, and so forth. Watermarks, file encryption, and ability to deny access rights such as: printing, file saving, or print screen is possible for PDF files.

The data room also provides protection against the modification of Excel files.

Flexible Access Rights / User Management

These features allow the admin to decide what users can access certain files and areas of this VDR. The system does not have predefined roles, so the admin can create settings themselves. Access control involves blocking access for select users and/or whole user groups for a specific period of time as well.

Advanced Search Options

Using a proprietary algorithm, Fordata VDR has advanced search options that enable users to search specific document names as well as key phrases within the file text without having to open it.

Excel File Protection Against Modification

This virtual data room is one of the few VDRs out there that provides protection against the modification of Excel files. You can share Excel files in their original format without having to worry about them being copied or modified.

PDF files are also protected from modification, printing, and saving as per the VDR market standards. They also include watermark features.

Q&A Module

This module helps to boost the communication between all transaction parties. The Q&A allows users to easily manage questions from investors, and it guarantees confidentiality of the discussions.

Management of Selected Part of Document Structure in VDR

This feature increases the effectiveness of your transactions, where document exchange of two parties is involved, where files are stored in different locations or people uploading files are not a part of the VDR Management Team.

This feature gives you the ability to limit user access rights to manage files within selected folders.

Advanced Audit Trails

Maintaining audit trails is extremely important in this line of work. Trails are an important knowledge source for the Management Team. Audit trails track the transaction progress, verify the work being completed, and allow for the discovery of the true intentions of potential partners.

Activity reports will show you exactly who is viewing what files, when, what folders or files are the most/least popular, and so forth. There are also reports comparing the activity of partners.

Plans & Pricing

To get a price quote that is unique to your business, you have to contact Fordata VDR yourself.

A list of numbers and email addresses can be found at the following link: http://fordata.pl/en/contact/

 

Free Trial

You can try Fordata VDR free for 14 days at the link below. All you need is a name, email address, company name, and a phone number.

Free Trial: http://fordata.pl/en/free-trial/

Conclusion

In addition to the Fordata VDR, there is also a Fordata VDR PRO option, which manages multiple deals and VDR’s within a single system.

Check it out here: http://fordata.pl/en/products/fordata-virtual-data-room-pro/

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This VDR is a document management system with an information request center, access control capabilities, and document libraries uploading. This UK-based software offers auditing, collaboration, data protection, due diligence management, role-based permissions, and data storage management that will fulfil nearly any business’s virtual data room needs.

This software is made by CTC-Aspire (UK) Limited,who specializes in secure virtual data room solutions, along with a number of other industry solutions from marketing, SEO, pay-per-click advertising, and website building and development.

Intended Users

Clients of this CTC-Aspire’s VDR software includes businesses and companies ranging from investment brokers, insurance companies, law firms, property companies/real estate, oil/gas firms, mining companies, solar energy companies, and more — as well as public sector organizations.

CTC-Aspire is intended for Small-Medium Businesses (SMBs).

  • Due Diligence
  • IPO & Exits
  • M&A (Buy and Sell Sides)
  • Post Merger
  • Litigation
  • Fundraising
  • Legal
  • Real Estate
  • Oil/Gas/Coal
  • Insurance

…and a range of different businesses in a number of industries.

Platform

  • Online, Web, Cloud, SaaS
  • Mobile

Mobile

Since CTC-Aspire is an online-based virtual data room, you can access your VDR and your data/files from anywhere across the globe 24/7. As long as you have a web browser with an internet connection, the CTC-Aspire’s built-in security features will make sure you can login from a mobile device safely and securely.

Features:

  • Document Scanning
  • Corporate Data Room Features
  • Virtual Data Rooms for M&A
  • Document Archive
  • Cloud-Based Data Backup Solutions

The VDRs for M&A is aimed at companies that are involved in due diligence for M&A processes.

Corporate Data Room offers access to company-wide information and is ideal for company intranet, home workers, remote workers, and organizations that have unusually high data storage needs.

Document Archive provides access to historical documents such as: accounts records and employee records.

Document Scanning offers a comprehensive document scanning service for users that can be carried out on-site or at your location or from the CTC-Aspire office.

Cloud-Based Backup

This software offers a secure, cloud-based data backup and recovery solution for business owners. There are different Backup Packages to choose from that will suit different business budgets and needs

Total Backup

The Total Backup plan backs up all of your data n a daily, incremental schedule. This is the recommended backup package, because it will ensure that all of your folders and files remain safe no matter what happens.

Partial Backup

This backup option backs up system files and critical files only — omitted certain pre-defined folders or file types (can substantially reduce volume of data that is backed up).

Dataroom Security

The security of this dataroom incorporates the highest security levels with only authorized personnel being able to access the system.

All of your data is encrypted before being stored, and is protected by 256 Bit SSL (Secure Socket Layer) Encryption during transfer to and from the VDR.

A full audit trail of document downloaded/viewed is made available on a person by person basis.

The VDR system also offers an Information Request Center (essentially, a Q&A), which allows interested parties to get with the project management team and make requests for information and/or to see fully documented replies to their inquiries without the need to send this information through unsecured methods such as letters or emails.

Dataroom Setup

CTC-Aspire offers same- and next-day setup for all M&A Datarooms for accelerated mergers and acquisition deals. This setup takes no more than four hours.

  • Set up a secure domain in a name of your choice from which the Dataroom will be accessed (running 256 Bit SSL Encryption).
  • Add all features such as Information Request Center and Audit trail which you will have requested and prepare your Datarom for use.
  • Set up User Groups and Group Permissions defining which folders users can see.
  • Prepare registration page to which all users will be sent before being given access to Dataroom. Users will agree to your T&C of dataroom use before being assigned their usernames and passwords.
  • Customize appearance of the Dataroom to include your logo and corporate colors.

 

When Adding Documents to Your Dataroom, the procedure is as follows:

  • Prepare an index of documents to be uploaded to the Dataroom (you will likely want to do this yourself, but customer service will help as needed).
  • Scan all documents to your hard disk and convert them to PDF format (CTC-Aspire can quote for this if you require it).
  • Upload the documents to the VDR. Documents can be uploaded individually or in bulk. All documents added to the Dataroom will be indexed for easy retrieval via online search.
  • Check the integrity of the Document Tree to ensure it matches your original index and that it is complete.

 

When Sending People to Your Dataroom, CTC-Aspire recommends that users of the VDR register and agree to the Confidentiality Agreement before being access to your VDR. To achieve this, we will provide you with a web address to send people to — together with a Pincode, which when entered, will take them to your Confidentiality Agreement. Login details will be sent via email.

Main Features of M&A Dataroom

  • Index of Documents

This is a structured directory of documents (such as Adobe PDF format, Microsoft Word, Excel, etc…), which users can maintain and be viewed or downloaded by authorized visitors to the website.

  • Information Request Center

A facility which can enable interested parties to liaise with the Buyer, request answers to specific questions and see fully documented replies to your requests.

  • List of Authorized Representatives

A full list of all authorized users of the Dataroom, with a full audit trail of documents viewed/downloaded.

  • Draft Agreements

Area where draft contracts can be uploaded and viewed (on request).

 

Benefits

The online backup solution is perfect for businesses in any industries, as well as for personal users. This is because this feature offers a range of benefits that traditional backup methods don’t offer.

  • Data is fully encrypted
  • Mirrored to two UK-based data centers (in Reading and Bracknell)
  • Eradicates need for “off-site” backups
  • Reduces the need for on-site visits
  • Reduces costs of maintaining your IT systems
  • Restore data from any location

Document Security

  • 256 Bit SSL Encryption
  • Data Backup
  • ISO 27001 Certified

Audit / Report

  • Audit Logs
  • Document Version Control

Access Security

  • Permission Groups
  • Set User Permissions

User Interface

  • Branded Website
  • Bulk Uploads
  • Full Text Search

Accessibility

  • Multi-Language Support

Plans & Pricing

Packages

The M&A Dataroom is available in 4 different packages. The prices reflect the cost in GBP (British Pounds). When you call CTC-Aspire to inquire about a plan, you can ask about USD payment options and pricing.

Each plan offers pricing or monthly, a price for every three months, a six month price, and a one year/annual price.

 

SME Dataroom:

Price Plans: 1 Month for 75 GBP / 1 Year for 650 GBP

  • Up to 5 Users
  • 1 GB of Storage
  • SSL Encryption
  • Data Encryption
  • Bulk Upload and Download
  • Free Tech Support
  • Dedicated Account Manager

Business Dataroom:

Price Plans: 1 Month for 200 GBP / 1 Year for 1,250 GBP

  • Up to 10 User
  • 5 GB of Storage
  • Data Encryption
  • SSL Encryption
  • Bulk Download and Upload
  • Free Tech Support
  • Dedicated Account Manager

Business Pro Dataroom:

Price Plans: 1 Month for 300 GBP / 1 Year for 1,950 GBP

  • Up to 30 Users
  • 10 GB of Storage
  • Data Encryption
  • SSL Encryption
  • Bulk Upload and Download
  • Free Tech Support
  • Detailed Account Manager

Enterprise Dataroom:

Contact CTC-Aspire for Price and Plan.

  • Unlimited Users
  • 50 GB of Storag

You can also use the following link in order to request a consultation: http://www.ctc-aspire.co.uk/request-a-consultation-vdr-115.html

 

Free Demo

You can enjoy a free demo of these plans upon request.

Contact Information

To get information on how this VDR software solution can help your business, you can fill in a form with your inquiry at the following CTC-Aspire link: http://www.ctc-aspire.co.uk/contact-us-8.html

You can also call CTC-Aspire at the following number (be sure to enter the international code at the beginning if you do not live in the UK: +44 (0)1491 410305.

You can also fill out an Inquiry Form at this link: http://www.ctc-aspire.co.uk/contact-us-8.html

CTC-Aspire (UK) Limited is physically located at:

The Farmhouse

Highlands Land

Henley-on-Thames

RG9 4PR

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