The registration form asks for details of the Authorised Person and the Main Administrator for the Portal.
The Authorised Person should be the Company Secretary or a Director who can be verified against public information. We will cross-check the Authorised Person against public records.
The Main Administrator will have the appropriate level of authority to issue/rescind user access from the Administration and Auction Systems, and act as the primary point of contact.
You will need to save the Company Registration form to your computer. A notification will appear once you have submitted the registration. A signed, scanned version of the Company Registration form must then be submitted via the Administration System. Please note, Safari and Google Chrome are not supported in the Registration process; we recommend using Internet Explorer or Firefox.
The Main Company is established through the initial company registration process.
A Sub-Company is a subsidiary company to the Main Company, created by the Main Adminstrator.
Users are able to act on behalf of the Main or Sub-Companies that they have been assigned privileges for. They cannot create, amend or delete any companies or log-in IDs.
Privileges can be assigned to Users to enable them to carry out specific tasks for one or more Sub-Companies. The different privileges are:
Operator – May create applications on behalf of a subcompany.
Approver – May submit applications on behalf of a subcompany.
Viewer – May view, but not edit or submit applications on behalf of a subcompany.
The Main Administrator may also register a Deputy Main Administrator.
The Deputy Main Administrator has all of the same functionality as a Main Administrator, and thereby provides cover for the Main Administrator. They may create sub-companies, CMUs, Users and make amendments to existing data.
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