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Easop Joins Remote to Boost HR SaaS

Remote has acquired Compensation SaaS Easop, expanding its HRtech offerings to include comprehensive equity
April 4, 2024

In a strategic move, Remote, a leading HRtech company, has acquired Compensation SaaS Easop, enriching its suite of services to include streamlined equity management for international employees.

Expanding globally comes with a myriad of legal intricacies, and Remote specializes in empowering businesses to navigate these complexities, ensuring compliance and protection for both employers and their workforce. With the rise of hybrid and remote work models, SaaS founders are capitalizing on the opportunity to address emerging challenges, akin to the successes witnessed by platforms like Zoom and Deel.

Easop's offerings include:

- Streamlined setup and management of stock ownership plans for employees and contractors worldwide, eliminating the need for costly external legal counsel.

- Country-specific insights on stock option variations, tax implications, and regulatory requirements, enabling informed decision-making that saves valuable time and resources.

- Tailored equity education for employees, providing localized resources, learning materials, and tools to track equity value from grant to exit scenarios.

With a presence in over 70 countries, Easop bolsters Remote's global reach, amplifying its ability to cater to diverse clientele. Valentin Haarscher, CEO of Easop, expressed enthusiasm about the acquisition, envisioning it as a catalyst for the company's growth strategy.
Easop, backed by investors such as Partech Ventures, Boldstart Ventures, and Kima Ventures, brings valuable expertise to Remote's platform. Job van der Voort, CEO of Remote, emphasized the significance of the acquisition in enhancing the company's offerings and signaled a commitment to further expansion.

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