A Beginner’s Guide to Due Diligence Preparedness

How ready are you for due diligence?


During due diligence a potential investor or buyer might demand a long list of legal documents: board meeting minutes, articles of incorporation, the top 50 customer vendor agreements, the historical ownership structure of the company, and more. It's up to you to pull everything together in a timely manner to ensure the deal is a success.


But what if you’re unable to find the documents that have been requested? In addition to wasting precious time and money to locate or recreate missing documents, if you’re disorganized you risk losing the deal completely.


To help you prepare for eventual due diligence, download our latest guide that includes a helpful checklist to rate your current readiness and identify where you need to improve your company’s legal data governance.

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    • Find. Get easy, instant access to the information with powerful Google-style searches.
  • Summarize. Make key information from long documents more visible and understandable to the whole organization.
  • Track. Build workflows to help you manage risk in contracts, entities, claims and policies.
  • Report. Generate detailed reports and charts that can provide the management information your team or your board needs.
  • Share. Give permission-based access to different departments to allow them to see the information that helps them do their jobs better.
  • Empower. Set up self-service portals to enable different departments to manage their own legal affairs, with your legal oversight.