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SuiteBox breakthrough to speed up deal flow

SuiteBox breakthrough to speed up deal flow

Global software provider of digital workspace technology SuiteBox has upgraded its software to allow for four-person meetings that enable the multi-party signing of documents in a secure cyber environment.

SuiteBox CEO Ian Dunbar said the new functionality allows for a meeting host and up to three participants to meet together to virtually witness, sign and collaborate on documents in real time, in a safe and secure cyber environment.

Mr Dunbar said that in a business environment, digital workspace solutions must meet the demands of business: “So we have upgraded SuiteBox to offer more flexibility in terms of the number of participants and secure digital signing capabilities,” he said.

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“This is a world’s first functionality, that will enable all businesses to progress deals more quickly.”

In an increasingly busy world where face-to-face meetings are becoming more difficult to arrange, Mr Dunbar explained that the SuiteBox software enables up to four people to participate in the business transaction, overcoming geographic and time barriers to get deals done and documents executed right away.

The software enables a document to be signed by multiple parties within the digital workspace.

“No other technology globally facilitates this sort of capability,” Mr Dunbar said.

Over 600 companies globally now use SuiteBox’s digital workspace and the company says it is experiencing a rapid expansion given the growing popularity of video conferencing in business.

“Most surveys tell us that customers prefer meeting personally with their professional advisers to arrange their financial, legal or tax affairs,” Mr Dunbar said.

“However, this can be costly and impossible if you and your client are located in different cities or towns. This is where the digital workspace can overcome time and geographic barriers and deliver significant business benefits and an enhanced client experience,” he said.

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