Our service is now twice as fast

Our service is now twice as fast

We’ve been really busy working on the latest round of improvements to Projectfusion, as well as a few tweaks and fixes. This latest release focuses on making the service faster – something we’re always keen to improve. There’s now next and previous arrows that let you switch between document previews. Great when you need to review a lot of […]

Q&A update adds drafts, alerts and more

Q&A update adds drafts, alerts and more

We hope you had a great break. We’ve been busy updating your Projectfusion instance. Q&A has had an update, now your managing teams can draft questions, and pass them on for review. Also there’s new assign and notify options, as well as improvements to how you can reset passwords. Or you can give junior staff the […]

Pre-planning a corporate virtual data room

Pre-planning a corporate virtual data room

Pre-planning a corporate virtual data room Great article above, with some great advice, my favourites: When constructing a VDR, it is often best to disclose more rather than disclose less. Allowing unfettered access to one or more potential buyers can cripple a deal if a party decides to walk during the due diligence phase. Having […]

New reporting for Projectfusion 3

New reporting for Projectfusion 3

We’re rolling out reporting to our Projectfusion 3 clients. This provides full usage reports and means that you can use Projectfusion for critical data rooms as well as collaboration. The reports list everything that users have been doing, including how long they’ve spent on site, what comments they’ve left,  and what they’ve been searching for. […]

5 rules for better acquisitions (M&A)

5 rules for better acquisitions (M&A)

In November our MD Angus Bradley was lucky enough to attend a talk given by Kevin Samuelson, the CFO of Infor, the biggest software company you’ve never heard of!  Kevin has  guided Infor through over 40 acquisitions, raising more than $10 billion in financing, and grown annual revenues from $40 million to nearly $3 billion. […]

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