Imprima | Virtual Data Rooms Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Imprima | Virtual Data Rooms's estimated annual revenue is currently $22.6M per year.
- Imprima | Virtual Data Rooms's estimated revenue per employee is $154,000
- Imprima | Virtual Data Rooms has 147 Employees.
- Imprima | Virtual Data Rooms grew their employee count by 0% last year.
Imprima | Virtual Data Rooms Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is Imprima | Virtual Data Rooms?
Imprima is the leading Virtual Data Rooms provider, having already been entrusted to handle over $1 trillion worth of transactions in over 160 countries. Imprima supports high profile corporations, financial institutions & advisors in various critical use cases such as M&A, capital raising, IPO's, real estate transactions and portfolio management. Imprima provides the most secure, reliable and easy to use data room technology in the industry. The scope of our Security Accreditation ISO 27001 covers all of our business, products and personnel ensuring the confidentiality of your transaction and data. Our local project management and customer service teams work 24/7 to support you throughout your financial communications processes. Imprima When It Really Matterskeywords:Physical Security,Security
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Imprima | Virtual Data Rooms News
Data room vendors initially launched virtual data rooms as secure data storage facilities, but they kept adding cutting-edge features to...
Generally, modern businesses are using virtual data rooms as data repositories, virtual workspaces, a medium of communication or collaboration,...
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London 18 October 2011: A quarter of small cap companies, advisers and investors (26%) believe that the small cap investment market in London requires a radical restructure to encourage recovery, according to new research conducted by Imprima, a leading provider of virtual data rooms and fina ...
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