Minutes Depot: Managing Corporate Minute Books Online

  • By: mvadmin
  • Date: August 15, 2017
  • Time to read: 2 min.

Minutes Depot (Minutes Dépôt) was founded in 2014 when Christian Saraililis, a lawyer and entrepreneur, teamed up with programmer Sébastien Rosa to create a product for businesses looking for management and sharing of corporate minute books.

A company collaboration tool, Minutes Depot, focuses on the management and sharing of corporate minute books., Minutes Depot allows you to maintain minute books online and easily share them minutes with authorized users, such as shareholders and accounting personnel, thereby streamlining the process of creating, tracking and electronically signing key documents such as meeting agendas and minutes.

[pullquote align=”normal” cite=”Minutes Depot”]Your minute books can easily be shared with shareholders, directors and other professionals without ever having to leave your office.[/pullquote]

Users of Minutes Depot users can create as many minutes books as they need to and control access to information, collaborate on both reading and writing, and rest assured that their minutes are backed up. Plus, with the mobile app, minutes can be read from either desktop or mobile during meetings, and because they are electronic, minutes are much easier to share and search, plus they are downloadable in several popular file formats.

To collaborate, all it takes is a name and email address to grant access to information. Businesses enjoy the best of both worlds in the sense that digital storage of sensitive information is much safer than paperwork while greater ease of use allows for transparent business practices.

Some of the notable features of Minutes Depot include the software being available in both French and English (as well as technical support), for security, customers’ data is stored in Canada and they have a mobile application available.

In 2015 this Canadian company, based in Quebec City, was acquired by Quebec investors Louis Bédard, Louis-Marc Rodrigue, and Tommy Rochette.

Visit Minutes Depot’s website to get started.