|By Business Wire||
|July 14, 2014 10:52 AM EDT||
Merrill Corporation (www.merrillcorp.com), a leading global provider of technology-enabled services for the financial, legal, health care and other corporate markets, announced today that its virtual data room business, Merrill DataSite®, has been recognized as the “Product and Service Provider of the Year” at the 4th Annual ACG New York Champion’s Awards, held June 19th at the Metropolitan Club in New York.
ACG® New York, the leading association in the New York area for middle market dealmaking professionals, and The M&A Advisor announced the names of 38 winners of the fourth annual ACG New York Champion’s Awards on June 19th, recognizing companies, individual dealmakers and transactions in the middle market mergers and acquisitions industry in the greater New York area.
“It is an honor to, for the second year in a row, be chosen as winner of Product and Service Provider of the Year at this year’s ACG New York Champion’s Awards ceremony,” said Ed Bifulk, president of Merrill DataSite. “I believe this award recognizes us as the premier solution in the virtual data room space.”
Winners were selected in five different categories including M&A Dealmaker of the Year, Firm of the Year, Deal of the Year, Deal Type and Sector of the Year.
Merrill DataSite is a completely secure virtual data room (VDR) solution that optimizes the due diligence process and offers a highly efficient method for sharing critical business information for electronic due diligence via a secure online data room, accessible by way of the Internet. Through the deployment of advanced technology, dedicated multi-lingual customer service and constant development upgrades, Merrill DataSite has emerged as the leading global provider of VDR solutions.
About Merrill DataSite
Merrill DataSite is a secure virtual data room (VDR) solution that optimizes the due diligence process by providing a highly efficient and secure method for sharing key business information between multiple parties. Merrill DataSite provides unlimited access for users worldwide, as well as real-time activity reports, site-wide search at the document level, enhanced communications through the Q&A feature and superior project management service - all of which help reduce transaction time and expense. Merrill DataSite's multilingual support staff is available from anywhere in the world, 24/7, and can have your VDR up and running with thousands of pages loaded within 24 hours or less.
With its deep roots in transaction and compliance services, Merrill Corporation has a cultural, organization-wide discipline in the management and processing of confidential content. Merrill DataSite is the first VDR provider to understand customer and industry needs by earning an ISO/IEC 27001:2005 certificate of registration – the highest standard for information security – and is certified for operations in the United States, Europe and Asia. Merrill DataSite's ISO certification is available for review at: www.datasite.com/security.htm.
As the leading provider of VDR solutions, Merrill DataSite has empowered more than 2 million unique visitors to perform electronic due diligence on thousands of transaction totaling trillions of dollars in asset value. Merrill DataSite VDR solution has become an essential tool in an efficient and legally defensible process for completing multiple types of financial transactions. Learn more by visiting www.datasite.com today.
About Merrill Corporation
Founded in 1968 and headquartered in St. Paul, Minn., Merrill Corporation www.merrillcorp.com is a leading provider of outsourced solutions for complex business communication and information management. Merrill’s services include document and data management, litigation support, language translation services, fulfillment, imaging and printing. Merrill serves the corporate, legal, financial services, insurance and real estate markets. With more than 5,000 people in over 40 domestic and 22 international locations, Merrill empowers the communications of the world’s leading organizations.
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