Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Maryland-based ASCII Group partnership with V-Rooms Virtual Data Rooms


Maryland-based ASCII Group partnership with V-Rooms Virtual Data Rooms

V-Rooms Virtual Data Rooms and, Maryland-based ASCII Group have completed their partnership preparation process and the Virtual Data Rooms solution is now available through ASCII’s 2,000 technology consultants.

Representing very high $9.7B in revenue, ASCII Group is the largest independent technology solutions provider in the United States. The ASCII Group’s network of solution providers, managed service providers (MSPs), and value added resellers (VARs) are now able to provide the V-Rooms solution.

Virtual Data Rooms was welcomed during the ASCII Success Summit 2013 in Austin, Texas, with the presentation of V-Rooms Pro to the conference attendees. V-Rooms Pro is a secure document sharing solution that provides banking level security, role-based access control, and activity reporting.

V-Rooms are used to exchange mission critical documents such as those used in mergers and acquisitions, pharmaceutical research, clinical trials, and mineral prospecting.

“V-Rooms takes on the challenges of the modern, global workforce with a solution that is easy to use and deploy,” said Karen Perkins, V-Rooms President. “We provide a document sharing platform with the highest level of security that is fully compliant with all major regulations governing financial transactions and personal privacy laws.”

Professionals can edit, view, and collaborate on documents in a Virtual Data Rooms.

Virtual Data Room administrators are able to control who can view, add, or modify documents and folders as well as create custom reports of access logs and file changes. These reports can be used to determine who is contributing to file changes, whether due diligence has occurred, or which investors have spent time evaluating documents.

“We were very happy to have had the opportunity to present the V-Rooms solution at ASCII Success Summit 2013 and look forward to continuing to work with them,” said Dan Bradbary, CEO of V-Rooms.