DealRoom Virtual Data Room Overview
Positioning itself as an M&A Lifecycle Management Platform, DealRoom VDR specializes in virtual data rooms designed to conclude deals, mostly mergers and acquisitions (M&As). One of DealRoom’s exclusive benefits is their access to more than 25 pre-made templates that significantly streamline the due diligence process. Let’s take a closer look below at other strong and weak points of the solution.
DealRoom virtual data room helps corporations store and share files, track due diligence processes, collaborate and communicate in real time for private equity, and carry out investment banking for corporate development purposes.
DealRoom has become one of the leading virtual data room solutions on the market due to a number of highlight worthy offerings:
- One platform for the whole M&A project. From start to finish DealRoom will guide you through the whole M&A deal.
- User-friendly, modern design. The platform provides its users with an intuitive, modern way to conclude deals.
- A focus on security. The DealRoom VDR is compliant with SOC II security standards, which secures file interactions and sharing.
Pros and cons of DealRoom VDR
- Easy to use with a functional interface
- In-depth permission settings
- Quick, real-time updates
- The search function can provide you with misleading results
- Unnecessary steps when downloading a document
- No auto login, if not used daily
When it comes to the cost of the service, there are two main plans for the DealRoom Virtual Data Room.
- Basic. Costs $1000 per month when billed annually. Provides the customer with 5GB of storage and unlimited users, but can only be used for one project.
- Professional. Costs $2000 per month when billed annually. There are no project limits, but storage is limited to 20GB. There is also a one-time onboarding and setup fee, which costs an additional $3000.
In order to get other, more custom-made solutions for your business, you can contact the sales team for the Enterprise plan.
DealRoom is a virtual data room created to oversee M&A deals. It can accompany the business from start to finish and provide both sides of the deal with the necessary documents in a user-friendly and secure setting.