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EthosData launches new virtual data room platform

Leading global virtual data room provider EthosData announces launch of new virtual dataroom platform.

LONDON, Jan. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The launch of the new virtual data room platform is the culmination of 24 months of design and development work, based on the experience garnered by EthosData during almost 10 years providing secure virtual data room services. All current projects have been successfully converted to the new platform.

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"We have always been known in the market for the speed and ease of use of our data room platform" says EthosData CEO Francisco Lorca. "We decided to build on this by thinking ahead to the next five years. Instead of continuing to evolve our legacy platform, we designed a new platform from the bottom up, benefiting from all the advances in technology and without any of the limitations of legacy systems."

Our objective is to make the virtual data room process secure, fast and simple for all our client and users. The new virtual dataroom platform is faster, more secure and simpler than any other platform in the market. This will enable our users to spend less time in the dataroom and more focusing on their business.  The new virtual data room system is available in twelve languages and comes with real-time, in-person help as well as interactive video support.

EthosData has successfully transitioned all ongoing virtual data room projects to the new platform, to ensure all its clients benefit immediately from the latest technology.

"Since the launch of the new platform in November we have had very positive feedback from both existing clients, as well as future clients who are interested in the fast, friendly technology," says Lorca. "This new development, combined with our relentless drive to offer a superior local service to our clients and our global presence, positions EthosData as a global leader in the virtual data room industry."

Click here to learn more about the new virtual data room platform and how it can serve your secure document storage requirements.

About EthosData

EthosData is a leading global provider of Virtual Data Room services created and served by financial and legal industry professionals. For the past 10 years, the company has helped businesses execute M&A transactions and exchange critical information in a secure, controlled environment, transforming the way organizations manage, share and deliver their electronic data. Today, EthosData's technology is used by tens of thousands of M&A professionals, with a client list that includes eight of the top ten global financial organisations and four of the top five global law firms.

EthosData is owned and managed by merger and acquisition (M&A) and corporate experts with executive experience gained at leading companies such as McKinsey & Co., GE Capital, Credit Suisse and First Data. The organization is part of Copal Amba owned by Moody's (NYSE: MCO)

Media Contact: David Diez, EthosData, + 44 20 7099 2152, [email protected]

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