Deal Interactive, TLS's proprietary virtual data room tool, is the industry's first and only multilingual virtual data room - VDR. With this groundbreaking technology, dealmakers now have an unprecedented opportunity to quickly and accurately complete the due diligence phase of cross-border transactions.
VDRs securely host due diligence documents online for M&A or bankruptcy transactions, significantly speeding up the due diligence phase. They are of particular importance to international dealmakers, as they provide valuable time-saving and expense-reducing benefits to professionals, who won't have to fly around the globe to close a transaction.
We invite you to experience first-hand all the ways Deal Interactive can streamline your cross-border transactions.
Speed – Most VDRs can be set up in four hours or less, and our innovative software design ensures that documents can be opened very quickly.
Ease of Use – Deal Interactive is so intuitive that end users typically require no training at all. Generally, administrator training takes less than 30 minutes.
Security – Deal Interactive's robust security standards include SAS 70 Level II Compliance, Intrusion Detection Systems, and Random Security Audits.
In-House Translation – Deal Interactive can provide rapid, seamless translation of the documents in your virtual data room. Combined with our multilingual user interface capability, our translation services allow members of your data room to experience the full due diligence process in their native language.
Service – TLS takes pride in providing the most responsive customer service on the market. The average time for closing a service call is three minutes.
Turnkey Solution – We also offer a full range of language and legal support services to supplement your VDR solution, including translation of your due diligence materials and a full suite of e-discovery services.
At the end of M&A or bankruptcy proceedings, TLS's proprietary closing books technology, TLS DealBook, provides stakeholders with an organized, easy-to-use record of all relevant documents, presented in digital format on a CD-ROM.