SMSF software provider BGL has integrated a trust documentation service into its BGL CAS software which will enable users to access company and trust documentation.
BGL has collaborated with Topdocs in order to provide the new service.
Clients of BGL using CAS for company incorporations with ASIC can utilise the Topdocs integration to obtain company registration and trust establishment documentation.
According to BGL, all data used to populate the company documentation is taken directly from CAS, meaning accountants can receive their establishment documents within 60 seconds through its new service.
BGL chief executive Ron Lesh said the new partnership will provide BGL's CAS clients with a “simple, cost effective solution for their company and trust documentation".
Topdocs director Michael Spakman said the new integration enables accountants to “simplify and streamline the way they order their company and trust documentation through CAS”.
BGL has also worked with Topdocs to provide a multi-company constitution update service.
Mr Spakman said the update service will reduce the time required for updating hundreds of company constitutions from hours to minutes while assisting accountants to standardise company constitutions across all clients.
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