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Nasdaq Boardvantage is the board portal solution that executives and boards trust worldwide for secure and efficient corporate governance.

Nasdaq Boardvantage Product

 

When leaders are empowered with the right technology, they can make an even greater impact. Every member of the organization plays a role in corporate governance.

Benefits for board members and leaders

Improve Meeting Productivity

Nasdaq Boardvantage streamlines the dissemination of sensitive information and captures the complex meeting process online.

Drive Process on the Go

eSignatures and approvals for green-lighting initiatives from your mobile device, remote meeting capabilities, and shared annotations to support the need for one-to-one and group communications.

Work Without Wi-Fi

Boards and leadership have ready access to their materials, whether online or offline. Not just documents, but also private notes, approvals and surveys. Even annotations, made offline, sync back to the server automatically when online.

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59 of the Fortune 100 choose Nasdaq Boardvantage for their board portal solution.
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Trusted by enterprises worldwide
Leading companies choose Nasdaq Boardvantage to streamline their board meeting preparation and management and elevate executive visibility. For busy board members and leaders, Nasdaq Boardvantage is the ultimate board portal solution with innovative security features.
Fortune 100 Partners
59%
59 of the Fortune 100 choose Nasdaq Boardvantage for their board portal solution.

Nasdaq Boardvantage Features

Meetings

Instant access to all meetings

Approvals

Easy-to-use tools for all board related votes

eSignatures

Sign from any mobile device

Remote Presenter

Visual for remote (meeting) participation

Device Support

iOS, Android, Surface

Document Management

Documents, files and folders

Collaboration

Editing, discussion threads, version control

Annotation Sharing

Share notes and annotations

Seamless Online/Offline

Auto sync across all devices

Remote Purge

In case of loss or theft of device

TeamSpaces

Segregate content by team or board

Integrated Secure Messaging

Exchange confidential messages

Easy Login Options

PIN code, Touch ID, SMS, challenge questions

Surveys

Build general surveys and questionnaires including board evaluations, conflict of interest and more

Deployment

Hosted, on-premise or private cloud

For Better Corporate Governance

Why Choose Nasdaq Boardvantage?

  • Offline Functionality

    Meetings, approvals, surveys, signatures and email are available.

  • Full Translation

    Arabic, Japanese, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, and Italian language options are available for Nasdaq Boardvantage.

  • Unified Experience

    A consistent presentation on browser, phone and tablet.

  • Customizable

    Add logos and brand colors and customize your interface to the functionality you need.

Why Consider a Board Portal?
Manage board-level challenges more effectively and transparently so leaders can focus on what matters.
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Top reasons your organization should consider a board portal
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Distribution of meeting documents is automated. Relevant documents are presented in the context of the meeting agenda, and the current meeting is presented in a meeting timeline. Nasdaq Boardvantage boosts the productivity that is often lacking in high-level meetings today.
Nasdaq Boardvantage offers purpose-built tools for approving initiatives, e-signing agreements, participating in meetings remotely, and secure messaging and annotation sharing for one-on-one communication.
Nasdaq Boardvantage is hosted in a highly secure, hardened data center with no third party access. Nasdaq Boardvantage includes full strength encryption, multi-factor authentication and certificates. Customer content is segregated into individual repositories and encrypted with unique keys. Only the customers’ authorized users can access protected data, barring even Nasdaq Boardvantage system administrators from viewing content.
Customers control all of their content to meet their retention policies. Directors can permanently delete notes or the general counsel can do so remotely. Deleted documents and notes are irretrievable.
Role-based permissions allow administrators to grant or restrict access, including print and/or save options for committees or individuals. Access can be controlled for folders, documents and even particular sections of a document, including board books.
Nasdaq Boardvantage segregates content in separate Team Spaces that function as focal points for teams or initiatives. Users only have access to content for which they’re explicitly authorized, thereby reducing the risk of inadvertently sharing outside the team.
With Nasdaq Boardvantage, users can review and annotate documents even while offline. When the network connection is restored, all updates made in offline mode will sync back to the server without action required on the part of the user.
Yes, you can brand the application to include your logo and your organization’s colors.
Documents are edited in their native format. This includes support for redlining. The versioning feature tracks document history, while a single-click document replace feature allows updates directly from the desktop. These changes are automatically synced and flagged in the directors’ briefcase next time they log in.
Nasdaq Boardvantage can be hosted in secure Boardvantage data centers located in California, New Jersey, Amsterdam and Singapore. Also, the Nasdaq Boardvantage portal can be installed on-premise if customer policy precludes hosting of sensitive data externally.
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