User satisfaction 2.0 of 5.0

The SecureDocs slogan “Your Virtual Data Room From Startup to Exit” suggests that it is geared towards raising venture capital and IPO exits and when we look at the features that they promote this pans out. A lot of attention is given to short-term transactions and corporate document storage. When you are a startup looking to raise money at various funding rounds, you need a solution that can be up and running in a matter of minutes and can be used over the long terms as the funding round progress. SecureDocs would be a good fit for such transactions, but would not be a good fit for M&A deals, due diligence or case studies.

SecureDocs Virtual Data Room Review

In terms of pricing, Securedocs is more on the expensive side. They charge twice as much as some of the popular data room providers. If you shop around, you will be able to find data rooms that cost much less and offer pay as you go pricing billed monthly, quarterly, or annually. It seems like they really box you in as far as the pricing goes, which is strange, considering that they are trying to attract startups. Usually, startups are looking for as much flexibility as possible. However, they offer a 14 day trial period with an option to extend it, so try it out for yourself and see if it is worth their price.

The list of features that SecureDocs offer may not be impressive, but overall, this document-sharing software is good. There is really is nothing that would set it apart from all of the other data rooms out there. Perhaps the only thing might be the option to sign your documents electronically, but this also is nothing new. It would appear that it would be best used as a central document repository instead of a full-fledged data room. Without essential features such as a Q&A module, it may not be clear how it could handle something as advanced as an M&A transaction.


The security features seem flimsy as well. It appears that they only go as far as watermarks to secure documents and make and do not mention anything about document encryption, two-factor authentication, IP address restrictions, and many other features that you can find in virtually any other data room. Having said this, it is hard to see what justifies a high monthly rate. If you need something that will serve as a central document storage location, then SecureDocs may be a good solution, but it is not worth paying such a high rate because you might not need a lot of storage. Therefore it would make sense to find a provider who allows you to pay for the storage you actually use. With all of this in mind, it may be better to take your business somewhere else if you have a deal that is either medium or highly complex.