We at dCompany are happy with start-ups. Although many of our customers are large professional organisations, our solutions are just as suitable for a start-up as for an established company. Start-ups, like the big companies, are happy that things can go quickly and with high quality. In addition, start-ups are often extra aware of costs, and dCompany’s solutions can thus help make the money last longer.
Many start-ups are characterized by fairly high activity and a broad need. After the company is founded, capital increases and other capital changes must typically be carried out. Shareholders are invited in and these must be managed and kept satisfied. And then, of course, the shareholder register statement must be submitted every year.
Smarter administration of all types of joint stock companies
AI text assistant
The built-in text assistant gives you assistance to complete texts, improve, simplify and translate messages to shareholders and when writing agenda items etc.
One-click reporting to Brønnøysund
A wide range of company law decisions, such as board elections and capital increases, you can send directly to the Brønnøysund registers directly from the platform. The register message is then created in Altinn.
On-the-fly generation of calls and protocols
dBot creates all the necessary documents so that you can easily send them out or sign them with full integration with the shareholder book and articles of association.
All in all, a start-up can incur disproportionately large costs compared to the size of the business being run. Being able to use digitized and tested processes therefore reduces both time consumption and costs for the entrepreneur so that resources can be used better elsewhere.
When investors are to be invited into the company, there is also a sense of security that the formalities are in order and that the company appears tidy and clear. This in turn can affect the value that an investor is willing to place on the company.
dCompany assists start-ups with, among other things:
• Shareholder’s book : A user-friendly shareholder’s book that gives control over the shareholders and which shares they own, including historical cost price and paid-in capital per share. stock.
• Transaction module : Simple registration of new transactions in the shareholder book, whether the management is carried out by the company itself or an adviser. Automatic generation of transaction log showing all company events and transactions with details for each of these.
• Electronic general meeting : The possibility to call for a general meeting in a digital way and get support for its implementation, including by digital submission and registration of powers of attorney and automatic registration in minutes.
• Message module : Option to send messages to all or some of the shareholders. The module supports the sending of attachments.
• Individual shareholder pages : All shareholders get access to their own shareholder page (“shareholder-view”) where they have information about their own shares, their cost price, whether they are blocked and whether a pledge has been registered. They also get access to all transactions they have been a part of. The company can publish information on the equal value and market value of the shares. The individual shareholder also gets a separate archive where the company can choose to publish information and the shareholders get a separate inbox for messages.
• Digital articles of association : Digital articles of association that ensure that everyone who works with the company always has access to the latest version, including any advisers who have gained access to the platform
• dBot : Digitized and automatic processes for carrying out capital increases, capital reductions, conversion of shares and around twenty other company law processes.
• Shareholder register task : Submission of the shareholder register task directly from the platform through a few clicks and without the need to repeat information that has been registered when updating the shareholder book.
Some companies like to do everything themselves. Others like to outsource most things to advisers. The dCompany platform gives you full flexibility for both options in that it is possible to invite advisors as administrators on the platform.
Time to follow up with owners in a better way?