The Companies House integration provides company information services to BRYTER.
Please note that this is a premium feature which needs to be enabled by your dedicated Customer Success Manager. For further information, please reach out to your BRYTER Customer Success Manager or firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional pricing may apply.
This overview is for subject-matter experts, product champions, innovation managers and IT teams who want to know what they can build with BRYTER, and how BRYTER integrates with existing tools.
With Companies House integration, you can…
- Look up company information in the UK Government Companies House database
- Fetch a list of a UK company’s previous names
Typical use cases for Companies House
Law firms often require that a client provide substantial information about company directors and how many directorships that director holds, etc. In the UK, this information is publicly available, free, from Companies House.
You can apply decision logic to findings (e.g. if company was registered before a certain date, perform an action), incorporate company details into your automated documents, or expose company information in a clean and structured format.
When creating non-disclosure agreements, legal departments need to populate a document template with company information. UK Government Companies House maintains a database of companies incorporated under the laws of England and Wales, and BRYTER’s integration automatically reads data from this database. Legal departments can use this integration to ensure they have the correct data, while eliminating the need to enter the data manually.
Sales agreement terms and conditions generator
Corporate legal teams routinely generate a set of terms and conditions when selling services to a new customer. They can use BRYTER to standardize generating terms and conditions templates, replacing error-prone repetitive work and ongoing administration. BRYTER’s Companies House integration provides accurate UK company information to use in templates, saving sales teams from collecting this information manually.
Lease suite generator
A BRYTER lease suite generator creates a commercial lease agreement along with optional ancillary documents, such as a license for alterations. Law firms can use this to replace repetitive manual lease agreement generation. BRYTER’s Companies House integration makes it efficient to create multiple lease agreements for the UK and other markets, replacing manual entry with accurate automated data retrieval.