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Avantis, a TeamLease Company, is India's leading Regulatory Technology (RegTech) solutions company
Avantis, a TeamLease Company, is India's leading Regulatory Technology (RegTech) solutions company enabling Ease of Doing Business for over 1,100 legal entities across 28 States and 9 Union Territories. Avantis offers state of the art multi-tenant, SAAS solution on its web and mobile platforms, enabling a transparent, accountable and efficient risk and compliance management.
Avantis has one of the most comprehensive Legal and Compliance database in India with over 1,100 Acts and 60,000 Compliances updated on a near real time basis covering over 3,000 changes every year. It helps Directors, Board Members and Legal and compliance officers stay up to date on their compliance requirements and reduce operational, reputational and financial risks. Its solutions helps enhance corporate governance for over 1,000 Enterprise and MSME employers by enabling digitisation. Avantis serves over 7,000 corporate users located in over 12,000 plants / office / warehouse locations, tracks 2,00,000 compliances and supports filing up of 12,000 Registers, Returns, Challans and other Compliance documents every month. The company envisions a cashless, paperless, presence-less and a simplified compliance administration as the building blocks of EODB 3.0
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