Here an example of how easy it is to perform transactions on Ledgy; in this case, a share transfer. Notice the number in the center bottom? Ledgy is always dynamic and will show you how many shares that particular stakeholder has available at that given point in time.
By the way, if you decide to number your shares, we also got you covered. Ledgy will track who owns which shares for each transaction and assist you in entering valid share numbers.
With Ledgy you can be sure that no single share number goes missing or is assigned twice.
Has your company received funding via a pooled investment? Ledgy helps you understand who owns what stake in your company. In this example, The Exciting Company represents an investor pool with three beneficiaries.
Each one of your transactions may have some documents associated to it; that is why Ledgy allows you to upload files and attach them to your transactions. These docs can then be downloaded in the Documents page and the investor portfolio History page.
How much is your company worth? With the valuation transaction, add the share price at all of your valuation events. Our beautiful interactive graphs will show you the evolution of your company’s valuation over time.