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Data Security Veteran John Beeman Joins TransCEND for VDR Expertise

Subject-Matter Expert Brings Cybersecurity and Virtual Data Room Technology Expertise to TransCEND Division

TransPerfect, the world’s largest provider of language and technology solutions for global business, today announced that data security and financial services expert John Beeman has joined the company as a Senior Director for Finance, Banking, and Data Security.

Beeman will be based in TransPerfect’s Los Angeles office and brings 20 years of experience in the financial services industry, with a primary emphasis on virtual data rooms (VDRs) for M&A transactions. Over his career, Beeman has focused on consultative solutions for senior leadership and business users within corporations, banking and finance organizations, and law firms.

In his new role, Beeman will head TransPerfect’s TransCEND solutions group. TransCEND is a data security and VDR technology that offers clients a secure, cloud-based repository with a user-friendly interface. His responsibilities include oversight for client relationships as well as close collaboration with the product development team to help direct the product roadmap.

TransCEND VDR is trusted by Fortune 100 companies, leading financial institutions, and top law firms around the world to facilitate secure communications, document exchange, and web-based review.

“Having previously been both a client and a competitor, I have long held TransPerfect in high regard,” said Beeman. “I’m excited to join a team that is committed to innovation, growth, and leadership in an industry that I know and love.”

TransPerfect President and CEO Phil Shawe commented, “We’re honored to welcome John to the TransPerfect family and look forward to gaining his perspective on our VDR technology roadmap and associated service offerings.”

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