Open Data corresponds to a set of “open” data, that is to say accessible to all, free of charge. More broadly, this concept refers to all initiatives based on the values of data sharing and collaboration. These can be software and applications, online platforms or sites, such as that of the government which provides access to data on various themes (employment, housing and health in particular).
Docubiz, a newcomer to LegalTech
In the legal sector, one of the fields in which data represents a key issue, many so-called Open Data start-ups have emerged in recent years. They are called LegalTech.
Among them are Doctrine and Predictice, search engines for legal information… But also Docubiz, a newcomer to the world of Legal Technology, specializing in the publication of legal data from French companies. Its creation is part of the opening of the legal data of companies, formerly private and paying, started in 2015 and completed in mid-2020.
Reliable data, updated daily
By providing access to a reliable, abundant and daily updated database, the Docubiz platform competes with Societe.com. To offer this service, it aggregates data from Insee, Inpi, Bodacc or even from the government website. data.gouv.fr.
Siren/siret, Kbis, intra-community VAT number, Siren situation notice, balance sheets, statutes, collective agreement or even contact details of company managers… All this legal information can be consulted easily and quickly. They can also be downloaded from the Docubiz.fr website.
Docubiz is intended for accountants, lawyers, salespeople, business managers, and all those, including individuals, who wish to obtain this type of information. They can thus access the data of more than 10 million French companies in a few seconds.
A premium offer with additional options
Docubiz offers a premium offer for professionals wishing to benefit from unlimited access to legal data from French companies.
For 39.90 euros per month, without commitment, it is possible in particular to download five Kbis, to obtain 100 details of company directors, to have unlimited access to VAT numbers and Siren notices, and even benefit from five financial analyses.
The start-up intends to go even further soon, by offering a notification system, to warn its subscribers of legal changes concerning a selection of companies of their choice.
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