BGL is proud to announce the release of Company Registrations for CAS 360.
Until now, many of our clients have had to use an external document providers to register new companies, but from today this has changed. Now you can register a new company direct from CAS 360. How fabulous is this?
“This is a huge achievement by our CAS 360 Team”, says Ron Lesh, BGL’s Managing Director. “We are always listening to our clients and we know that having the ability to register a company through the software is a game-changer for them, reducing the time and cost. This completes the CAS 360 / CAS Desktop comparison feature list and means any CAS Desktop client can now confidently move to CAS 360 without the loss of functionality”.
Over the next few weeks, CAS 360 clients will also have the ability to get a company Constitution from their favorite document provider. “Clients can add their own constitutions now, like they did in CAS Desktop” noted Lesh. “The ability to buy whichever constitution you like is not far away“.
One of the nice features of the CAS 360 incorporation process is the automated checking of new company names. “CAS 360 automatically checks all new company names with the ASIC website” said Lesh. “Again this is huge time saver when registering new companies”
BGL has build a new wizard that takes clients step by step through the registration process. “Being able to incorporate yourself, in a few steps, is just huge” added Lesh.
CAS 360 clients need to follow a few simple steps to get up and running with the company registrations process:
1 – Set up a direct debit with ASIC. Download and lodge a lodge a paper ASIC Form RA04.
2 – Ensure you have a valid Digital Certificate:
- The .pfx digital certificate file that were authorised with ASIC previously using CAS Desktop is supported or;
- Clients can also find out how purchase a new Digital Certificate here.
3 – Prepare and lodge a Form RA53 through CAS 360;
4 – Receive confirmation from ASIC the Digital Certificate has been accepted.
Once your Digital Certificate is registered with ASIC, you can begin to register new companies