May 22, 2019

Dashboard and Visual Analytics | A Live Feature Showcase

From deal-time immemorial, M&A professionals have dreamed of more deal data, sharper benchmarks and better predictive analytics. Finding better ways to understand and express deal data has proved elusive, however, lost amid a welter of outdated systems and increasingly individualized reporting needs.

Learn how Dashboard and Visual Analytics for DatasiteOne puts deal intelligence under your control. In this feature showcase with Ben Herkenhoff, Analytics Product Lead, you’ll find out how it lets you:

  • Analyze critical deal insights and pick KPIs of your choice, creating powerful insight
  • Filter and drill deep into data at the user, folder and document level, informing intelligence
  • Create report friendly outputs by emailing directly from the dataroom and improving client satisfaction

Explore Dashboard and Visual Analytics and gain insight into what your peers think via audience polling and questions by watching on-demand now. 

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