It’s No Longer Business As Usual For DBA Certificates
Prior to 2020, the process of applying for a DBA or Assumed Name license had to be done entirely in-person. GovOS Assumed Names application now makes it possible to complete the application and approval process remotely, without any physical paperwork exchanged. Counties can now quickly and easily provide local businesses and constituents with the ability to go online to register new/renewed business names without any office visits.
The GovOS DBA/Assumed Name application provides all of the functionality a citizen or business needs to apply to do business under another name. From start to finish, the registration and notification process can be digitized and automated, to save steps for both citizens and staff.
Process and track assumed names/DBA filings and cashier transactions online.
Create required application fields, detect missing information, advance the issuance of licenses.
Easy Database Management
Easy Database Management
Digitize past, present and future DBA licenses to ensure accuracy and transparency.
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The GovOS Assumed Names application digitizes all of the steps of an in-person transaction, ensuring speed and transparency every step of the way.
What once took hours, now takes only minutes and can be done anywhere at any time.
Advanced Search Functionality
Before someone even starts the process of applying for a DBA, they can use GovOS to conduct a comprehensive search of other assumed names to ensure the one they want is still available.
Any citizen or business that wants to apply for a DBA must pay a filing fee. With GovOS, that filing fee can be collected online, and customized according to account for local taxes and any other processing fees.
In counties where notarized documents are required to accompany a DBA request, applicants can easily upload attached documents along with their form submission.
“Because of GovOS, our customers can easily search and validate proposed names before entering their application. This saves an immense amount of time for both citizens and our staff.”
Denise Valles, County Clerk
Ward County, TX
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