April 14, 2021

EP. 191 - KETO Mojo & Datasit‪e‬

Chief Product Officer Thomas Fredell discusses how the pandemic has impacted global dealmaking, and how innovative technologies, such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, are changing and modernizing how M&A gets done. The interview also includes insights on the current state of M&A and the history of virtual data rooms.

Contacts

Media Relations
Marta Carraro

Vice President, Communications

212.367.6162

marta.carraro@datasite.com

Investor Relations
Jennifer Percy

651.632.4009

jennifer.percy@datasite.com

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