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the world's first digital data room for smart watches: brought to you by ansarada

automated due diligence and unique bidder tracking technology bring power to the dealmaker's wrist

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/01/14 -- Pioneering virtual data room company ansarada today took the wraps off one of its most ground-breaking technological advances to date with the April 1 launch of the world's first digital data room run through a smart watch.

Click here to watch the M&Ade video

Development of the new ansarada digital data room, named M&Ade, has been cloaked in secrecy for months, although speculation has been rife in M&A circles that ansarada has been working on something seriously game-changing.

Thanks to highly sophisticated code written in-house by ansarada's cutting-edge tech development team, M&Ade offers M&A dealmakers never-before seen functionality such as:

  • automated due diligence
  • send out teasers to prospective bidders
  • identify and track bidders globally
  • send out the sales and purchase agreement
  • book your favorite restaurant for the celebration dinner when the deal is signed

... all with results delivered in real time to the wearer's smart watch.

"ansarada has always been about making life easier for M&A deal makers. M&Ade just takes that a step further," said ansarada CEO Sam Riley. "This is the new resource for dealmakers on the go."

ansarada is no stranger when it comes to innovation for M&A dealmakers. It was the first, and is still the only, virtual data room provider to design a data room exclusively for M&A.

In January this year, the company made global news when it launched the first ever M&A game app, which has since built a worldwide player base.

Follow ansarada on Twitter @ansarada and on LinkedIn.

about ansarada

Back in 2005, a software developer and two accountants needed a data room, but were frustrated by the products in the market. Joining forces with an entrepreneur, they set out to make something significantly and remarkably better. The result is ansarada, a pioneering global provider of virtual data rooms, and the world's only host and builder of data rooms designed exclusively for mergers and acquisitions (M&A). ansarada is dedicated to making life easier for everyone involved with M&A, and in particular to making the due diligence process as simple as possible for M&A dealmakers. ansarada has built its data rooms using its own proprietary technology, and is committed to the highest levels of service, security, integrity and to ensuring successful outcomes for clients. The company has offices in Australia, Europe, USA, Hong Kong and South Africa.

PS: Thanks for your interest in M&Ade. It may be an April Fool's Day joke today, but we're working on bringing it to you for real some day!

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