Has any business or corporate attorney here on Avvo purchased stock certificate software that they would recommend?

Asked over 2 years ago - Davis, CA

I am a business attorney and regularly use stock and membership certificates that I order online from companies such as Mark's Corpex. I would like to (forever) consider the typewriter dead technology and try something new, such as stock certificate software. Have any my fellow attorneys used software that they would recommend? Pros? Cons? Thank you!

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    Answered . There are several attorney service companies that give you the software for free if you use their services. CSC has a software program called customprint which I did not like and Blumberg has one called shareprinter which is ok. Otherwise you will have to setup a template using a word processing program or a desktop publishing program for this. At our office we buy blank template certificates and print the required information using shareprinter.
    Good luck!

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    Answered . I use customprint and have had no problems with it.

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    Answered . I use CustomPrint. I find it acceptable, but I don't like it because I find it impossible to get all fields in proper vertical alignment at the same time. (I believe that is because the shareholder and number of shares fields can be two lines, but typically are only one line.)

    This information does not constitute legal advice and does not establish an attorney-client relationship.

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