Replace your Excel with Ledgy

Keep the ownership history of your company at a single place. No more shuffling around with different documents shared via email, Dropbox, Google Drive or Slack.
Ledgy will be your single source of truth. And it’s a damn good one!

To get started enter all your ownership transactions into Ledgy. That’s an excellent opportunity to understand what has been going on in your cap table.

Need help? Contact us, and we will assist you to get started with Ledgy.

Create a cap table

Oops, there was an error in your cap table? Don’t worry; Ledgy will assist you in getting your cap table straight.
Once finished, sit back and relax. Now you can be assured that your cap table is error-free.

Transaction error checking

Did you notice the number in the center bottom? Any time you transfer shares from one shareholder to another, Ledgy will show you how many shares that particular shareholder has available at that given point in time.

Available shares for transfer

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.

Share number checking

Startups do end up with several conflicting spreadsheet-based cap tables, one being with the founders, one with the lawyers, one with the leading investors. Not so with Ledgy. Have one single source of truth and give your key stakeholders access with a single click. Don’t waste money on consolidating several cap table versions, professionaly manage it from the start instead.

Give view or admin access to your stakeholders

Nice charts!

Finished? Go back to the Cap Table page and view the result. At any point in the history of your ownership, Ledgy can draw you a helpful chart that represents the current equity distribution of your company.
You have several views on your cap table at your fingertips. You can assign your shareholders to groups and view the distribution among them. Or you can get a comprehensive overview by viewing the distribution between the different securities, like common shares, preferred shares, convertibles and options.

A basic cap table