Continental Corporate Services Selects CorpData’s Entity Manager™ Platform to Facilitate Business Growth
Corporate services specialist will utilize EntityManager solution to streamline workflow and increase profitability
Jersey City, NJ — May 14, 2013 — CorpData LLC, provider of corporate services and the business formation industry, announced today that Continental Corporate Services (CCS) has selected CorpData’s EntityManager™ to support their extensive corporate services practice. Based in Nutley, NJ, and with additional offices in Los Angeles, CA and New York, NY, CCS assists law firms and corporate legal departments with a variety of services. They join a growing list of corporate services companies that are taking advantage of CorpData’s EntityManager software platform.
CorpData’s EntityManager is a comprehensive web-based tool that helps providers of corporate services and registered agent services to increase productivity, efficiency, and accuracy. Scalable and highly intuitive, EntityManager reduces time spent on routine tasks, such as ordering, invoicing, and annual renewals. EntityManager organizes all critical information, increasing both efficiency and profitability.
Says Joe Pope, president of Continental Corporate Services, “We were intrigued by EntityManager’s Search and File component. It supports order entry, processing and management of due diligence and retrieval projects. Typically, this work can be complex and very labor-intensive. Performing these searches and managing communication between all interested parties is normally quite time-consuming, and fraught with opportunities for error. Now, what used to take hours can be accomplished in a fraction of the time, accurately and all with just a click of the mouse.”
Adds CCS’ Sebastian Camua “Instead of allocating valuable resources to creating our own system, EntityManager – right out of the box – gives us an immediate leg up in a very competitive environment. Ultimately, EntityManager enables us to keep our energy and focus on the client by providing them with a better product and experience.”
“We’re excited to have CCS joining our roster of EntityManager users,” says Misha Vaynshenker, CorpData’s president and CEO. They join a growing number of service firms that are using our web-based entity management platform to streamline workflows, reduce overhead, and increase profitability.” He adds, “Our continued success demonstrates how we’re actively listening to the needs of our clients, enabling us to build-out a robust, market-facing solution that enables small and mid-sized service companies to compete effectively against even their largest competitors. More importantly, EntityManager is affordable and provides our clients with a quick return on their investment.”
About Continental Corporate Services (CCS)
Founded in 1997, and with roots dating back to 1929, Continental Corporate Services (CCS) is a worldwide provider of corporate document and legal filing services. Based in Nutley, NJ, and with additional offices in Los Angeles, CA, and New York, NY, CCS specializes in large transactions, and has handled five of the largest leveraged buyout transactions on record. Their services include Corporation Filing Services; Corporate Document & Information Retrieval; Name Services; Uniform Commercial Code/UCC Filing Services; Legalization & Authentications; Registered Agent Services/ Independent Director Services/ Special Purpose Entities Services; Precedent Materials; and Corporate Statutes. To learn more, visit their website at www.ccslegal.com.
CorpData LLC, is a provider of entity management solutions for the business formation and registered agent services industry. Based in Jersey City, NJ, with technology development centers in Riga, Latvia, and Moscow, Russia, CorpData solutions enable workflow and customer relationship management for small and mid-sized businesses. For more information, visit their website at www.corpdata.com.
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