A Collaboration Platform for Negotiating Business Transactions and Sharing Transaction Documents
Keep transaction information organized in one place with ready access to all documents.
Treat your transaction information with the confidentiality it deserves.
Let each party control who can see details about their team's transaction activity.
Manage costs with reasonable "by the transaction" pricing or with a convenient subscription.
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Why Transaction Commons?
Efficiency Throughout the Transaction Process
Start with an organized and complete virtual data room, accessible to the transaction teams without new software installation required.
Streamline negotiations with organized version and exhibit collaboration, with a full archive of all prior versions and no doubt about which is the most current.
Close with an accurate and coordinated signing process - whether electronic or a traditional physical signing.
Conclude the transaction process with efficient collaboration on working capital adjustments, escrow completion, or post-closing issues.
What Our Customers Say:
"We have used Transaction Commons for more than 6 years to keep venture capital and private equity transactions organized and efficient. Transaction Commons has been dependable, easy to use, and we are very satisfied. Security and confidentiality is of the utmost importance in our business so we encourage our clients not to use email for exchanging transaction documents." Lisa M, Segue Partners
Don't Let Your Business Transaction Process:
Watch How Transaction Commons Can Keep Your Transaction Efficient!
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More Efficient, Accurate and Secure Than Email
Save money and time and complete transactions more quickly.
Reduce the risk of reviewing outdated information or signing the wrong agreement version.
Keep transaction documents and information confidential and encrypted.
There is a better way than email. Watch our Video:
We know . . . everyone uses email to exchange transaction documents (even though its usually not very secure, and its certainly not organized). Email has become ordinary - and it is somewhat "neutral." But Transaction Commons is better. Watch our video.
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