Datasite®, a leading SaaS-based technology provider for global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) professionals, today announced that Deb LaMere, Vice President of Human Resources, has earned a Bronze Stevie® Award in the 17th annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business.
A fierce battle between virtual data room (VDR) providers to dominate due diligence - the mid-point of the M&A cycle - is spreading out across other points of the process of buying and selling companies, according to a series of interviews published by DealTech.
The Scott Becker Business Podcast features a discussion with CPO Thomas Fredell on Datasite's business transformation, using innovation to solve customer pain points, and the importance of effective leadership.
Corporate development teams, particularly in larger companies, are increasingly embracing technology platforms and applications, including virtual data rooms (VDRs), to manage their mounting workload, according to a survey conducted by Datasite®, a leading cloud-based technology provider for the M&A industry.
Hong Kong Business Magazine features an article on Datasite's recognition as a 2020 fintech leader in mergers and acquisitions. Part of the publication's Technology Excellence Awards, Datasite was cited for its innovative platforms and applications, which help dealmakers simplify, streamline and accelerate M&A.
Benzinga features insights from Datasite's The New State of M&A in its Fintech Focus. Findings from the report show that not only will new technologies reduce the time it takes to conduct due diligence to one month or less by 2025, but dealmakers in the Americas will be the first to adopt them.
Datasite, a leading Saas-based technology provider for global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) professionals has been named the Fintech-Financial Services and Fintech - Mergers & Acquisitions award winner as part of the Hong Kong and China Technology Excellence Awards 2020, presented by Hong Business Magazine.
Not only will new technologies reduce the time it takes to conduct due diligence to one month or less by 2025, but dealmakers in the Americas will be the first to adopt them. This is according to findings from The New State of M&A report from Datasite®, a leading cloud-based technology provider for the M&A industry, and Euromoney Thought Leadership Consulting, a leading source of research and content for global business leaders.
Dealmakers in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) lag their peers in other regions when it comes to adopting mergers and acquisition (M&A) processes that are digitally mature and technologically sophisticated. However, like most of their peers, they do believe new technologies will shorten the time it takes to complete due diligence, the most time-consuming phase of M&A. This is according to The New State of M&A, a report from Datasite®, a leading cloud-based technology provider for the M&A industry, and Euromoney Thought Leadership Consulting, a leading source of research and content for global business leaders.
Deal makers in the Asia Pacific region aren’t as optimistic as their peers about adopting new digital processes to complete mergers and acquisitions activity in the future, nor do they believe new technologies, such as artificial intelligence, will cut the time it takes to perform due diligence as much. This is according to findings from The New State of M&A report from Datasite, a leading cloud-based technology provider for the M&A industry, and Euromoney Thought Leadership Consulting, a leading source of research and content for global business leaders.
@Dime shares key takeaways from a recent Datasite Deal Drivers APAC report on the key M&A trends in the Asia-Pacific region in the first half of 2020, as well as the outlook, including industries, for the remainder of the year.
Toto Ku, Datasite Senior Sales Director, provides comments on the outlook for the Chinese biotech sector, including the surge in M&A and IPO deals amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The South Morning China Post article highlights findings from a recent webinar (link) discussion on Deal Drivers in the Healthcare and Life Sciences: Mainland China.
CEO Rusty Wiley discusses trends driving the recent pick up in M&A activity.
CEO Rusty Wiley discusses how new technologies are transforming the M&A process and shares key takeaways from The New State of M&A.
Global dealmakers are optimistic about the outlook for this year’s second half, spurred by a rebound in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) following a decline in the first half, according to a series of polls conducted by Datasite ®, the leading SaaS-technology provider for the global M&A community, and Mergermarket, the mergers and acquisitions intelligence company.
Datasite, a leading SaaS-based technology provider for global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) professionals, earned a Silver Stevie Award in the 5th annual Stevie Awards for Great Employers.
VP of Sales Nicholas Renter discusses M&A trends for the oil and gas industry, and the importance of being deal-ready.
CMO Doug Cullen discusses trends in M&A activity and shares key findings from The New State of M&A with the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
VP of Human Resources Deb LaMere shares tips on preparing for a return to the office during COVID-19.
CPO Thomas Fredell discusses how technology, especially AI, is helping to improve the M&A management process.
CRO Todd Albright provides insights on successful sales strategies and Datasite’s culture of being your best self.
CEO Rusty Wiley shares how to use technology to manage the restructuring process during unpredictable times.
Datasite, the leading SaaS-technology provider for the global M&A community, has been recognized by Selling Power magazine as a top three company on the publication’s annual ‘50 Best Companies to Sell For’ list.
Mergers & Acquisitions features key findings from The New State of M&A.
CEO Rusty Wiley discusses the impact of ESG concerns on M&A, as outlined in Datasite’s The New State of M&A.
CRO Todd Albright shares best practices for sales professionals navigating the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mergers and Acquisitions features information on Datasite Prepare.
Datasite Prepare Advances Company Vision to Streamline M&A Deal Lifecycle
CPO Thomas Fredell discusses the launch of Datasite Prepare
VP of Human Resources Deb LaMere shares six strategies to keep an organization's people and long-term value at the center of plans to return to work.
CEO Rusty Wiley provides insights on the projected increase in demand for distressed M&A.
CEO Rusty Wiley provides insights on how leaders can help their employees and business succeed during economic uncertainty.
Restructuring Activities in U.S. to Focus Most on Bankruptcies, while EMEA Expects More Debt Financing, and APAC More Non-Performing Loans
CEO Rusty Wiley discusses how to tackle the challenges of restructuring and steps businesses can take to streamline operations.
EMEA CRO Merlin Piscitelli provides insights to Barron’s on how governments banning M&A during the COVID-19 pandemic could have a negative effect on distressed businesses.
Mergers & Acquisitions highlights Datasite research that shows dealmakers expect their organizations to change their business strategy in the next 12 months.
CEO Rusty Wiley outlines best practices for managing sensitive information during the merger and acquisition process in Forbes.
EMEA CRO Merlin Piscitelli discusses how companies are at varying stages in preparing for a full restructuring cycle in response to current market conditions in Europe.
CEO, Rusty Wiley, shares insights on the current state of M&A.
On a scale of 1 to 10, dealmakers rank the current economic downturn as an 8, with 59% of dealmakers expecting the downturn to last 7 months or more.
Our CRO EMEA, Merlin Piscitelli, provides insights to Bloomberg on the innovative ways dealmakers are carrying out due diligence during times of social distancing.
Our global CRO Todd Albright provides comments on how private equity firms are focusing on their existing portfolios as a first priority, in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Our Americas CRO, Mark Williams, discusses how covid-19 is impacting TMT deals.
CEO Rusty Wiley discusses the change in use cases for Datasite, formally known as Merrill Corporation, amidst COVID-19 crisis.
Our CEO, Rusty Wiley, and CMO, Doug Cullen share information on our rebrand to Datasite during global disruption, and the creation of our new purpose-built global headquarters in Minneapolis.