VDRs Use Cases


Companies in a variety of industries use vdrs for various reasons. They are employed in M&A deals as well as to protect intellectual properties. They can also be used by auditors, legal counsel and other external parties. Some companies also make use of these to share documentation with their own employees.

Many companies are required to share sensitive information with other parties without having to put confidential information at risk of falling into the wrong hands. This can include companies with extremely valuable intellectual property and proprietary data such as pharmaceutical and biotech companies that share formulations, molecules and patents with regulators and outside labs during clinical trials. In these situations it is essential to have a vdr equipped with advanced encryption and specific settings for permissions is an invaluable tool to safeguard data.

Accounting firms also look over financial documents, including balance sheets retained earnings, balance sheets, and cash flow statements. Many of these documents contain sensitive data that would be harmful if it were in the hands of competitors. VDRs allow accounting teams to collaborate instantly while keeping their the privacy of their employees.

Private equity funds and firms provide monthly and quarterly reports to their investors. These reports can be quite large and they require a high level of organization to be easily reviewed. A vdr has the tools needed to organize large files in a way that’s easily accessible for all parties. This vital function of reporting is accomplished quickly and efficiently through the use of user-friendly interfaces and 24/7 access.

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