Virtual Data Room Software for Private Equity

DealRoom is used by well-known players in private equity and venture capital to work with investors and portfolio firms in order to conclude deals quicker.

Private equity and venture capital firms can benefit from our solutions

DealRoom is used by well-known players in private equity and venture capital to work with investors and portfolio firms in order to conclude deals quicker.

M&A, loan syndication, private equity, and venture capital transactions all need the highest level of secrecy. And it’s all done without any data leaving your company.

Forget about SaaS and outsourcing: an on-premises solution is the way to go. Nextcloud FDR’s ease of use speeds up deal making, while strong access control and fine-grained audits guarantee that sensitive data is kept safe.

With 24/7 worldwide access and fewer risks, virtual data rooms have transformed transaction procedures, but transferring data off-premises diminishes control. Nextcloud provides a regulated environment in which anonymity may be maintained while work is completed as quickly as with consumer technology.

Key Advantages

Collaboration that is accessible from any location

Switching between tools is not only inconvenient and wasteful; it also greatly raises the risk of data leaks due to human error. When it comes to a procedure as vital as closing a contract, you can’t afford to risk your business being jeopardized by an email sent to the wrong address.

Nextcloud incorporates comments, chat, and secure audio/video conversations into one platform, as well as real-time alerts through mobile, web, and desktop interfaces and document reading and editing. It even has groupware features like a calendar, task management, and email, so meetings, plans, and invites, as well as all the information that go with them, stay in the safe data room.

Note that the VDR area has a large variety of functionalities, and like any solution, Nextcloud addresses some but not all of them. Setting up a virtual data room in Nextcloud necessitates a thorough examination of security and functionality needs, as well as meticulous configuration. For further information, please visit our customer portal.

A real-life example

A Nextcloud VDR is put up to ensure that 6 personnel from a third party may review the books and authorize a contract. Each member of the internal team of 11 is given an account via which they may freely upload and work on documents using their mobile devices, as well as edit, chat, and make calls using the internet. A guest account is given to each of the six guests.

The welcome email instructs guests on how to create an account by providing a password and a second factor of their choosing, such as a physical key, a one-time-password technique such as Google Authenticator, or an SMS. They may then log in.

The internal team can exchange files with visitors, with or without guest editing permissions (on a per-file basis). When an email is sent to a visitor, their Outlook email application will immediately upload attachments and the message body to the VDR and just tell the guest that a new message has been received.

Aside from email, users can leave comments on papers, which will alert the person who was referenced or the document’s owner. Last but not least, the VDR offers real-time audio/video communication as well as chat. This assures that no information, including email content and chat and phone meta data, may be leaked.

Aside from engaging in conversation when invited, the six visitors can only see.