Press release: InfoDocs officially powered by Legalease
InfoDocs has secured a partnership with creative legal agency Legalease.
InfoDocs, the online solution used by business owners and professionals across South Africa to manage their company records, has secured a partnership with Legalease, a creative legal agency that provides tailor-made legal solutions for businesses.
By partnering with Legalease, InfoDocs is able to provide simple, affordable, and professional legal templates to the over 10,000+ companies that currently use InfoDocs to satisfy their company secretarial needs.
Founder and CEO of InfoDocs, Josh Alexandre, first met Founder and Director of Legalese, Eitan Stern, in a tent at Afrikaburn. Since then, both companies have grown tremendously and the two entrepreneurs have formed a close partnership with Legalease providing over 50+ professional legal templates available on the InfoDocs platform.
InfoDocs is also fully integrated with the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (“CIPC”), which significantly reduces administrative time. Legalease on the other hand, provides high-end, legal documents that are easy to read and understand (removing the "legalese" so to speak). These documents are made available on InfoDocs as part of each transaction with all the required information pre-populated.
Some of the most popular templates are special resolutions to appoint directors, ordinary resolutions to allot shares, and the incorporation minutes of a directors’ meetings. Other templates include general minutes, resolutions, appointment or resignation letters and more. Once your company is loaded onto the system, the templates are pre-populated and ready to be downloaded in either Word or PDF format.
Josh commented, “Eitan and his team are doing amazing work, and we are thrilled to be working with them. We have a shared vision about the accessibility and affordability of legal services. In the end, it comes down to empowering entrepreneurs.”
Likewise, Eitan mentioned, “The InfoDocs product is one we had thought about building for a while because of the logical need for it in the SA market. We were relieved when Josh came knocking on our door to say he’d built it.”