NowInfinity to work with New Zealand regulator

NowInfinity has announced that its Corporate Messenger product will link with the New Zealand Companies Register.

Cloud-based documentation platform solution for accountants and advisers, NowInfinity, is working with the New Zealand Companies Office, boosting its automated processes and working within a wider range of regulatory requirements.

Corporate Messenger, a corporate affairs lodgement platform, launched in Australia close to two years ago and enables customisations and electronic signing and payment solution features in compliance with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) regulations.

According to chief executive, Amreeta Abbott, the move to the New Zealand market would provide benefits for technological expansion, including increased automation of services.

"[We are] working with financial services sectors to relieve pain points created through problems such as human error, data duplication, data discrepancies and integrities," she said.

Under its link with the New Zealand Companies Office, NowInfinity would now undertake annual reviews, implement address changes across multiple companies, log-ins and digital signing as part of an extended automation of company processes.

 

 

 

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