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Allowing businesses of all sizes to effortlessly customize, launch, and manage profit-sharing, making it easy to share success with the people that matter most.

Who We AreĀ 


Keepr is at the forefront of employee equity and profit-sharing platforms, specifically designed for VC-backed ventures and their offshore technology partners. We simplify the issuance of complex stock options, ensuring meticulous adherence to global tax regulations and treaties. With Keepr, founders have the freedom to seamlessly share equity with team leads, contractors, and even outsourced non-employees, fostering a sense of ownership and unity across diverse teams.

Our platform offers a straightforward way to implement profit sharing, enabling companies to share their success transparently and fairly. Whether your team is in-house or offshore, Keepr ensures that everyone feels like a part of the company’s journey. Our innovative approach to equity-sharing helps attract, retain, and inspire top talent by making them stakeholders in your success.

Our Story


Over the last number of years, Keeper Solutions have expanded their R&D facility and identified that there was a growing demand for an easy-to-use platform for issuing stock options or profit shares for team members, whether they are employees, contractors, and even outsourced team members, regardless of their location.

Our Story


Over the last number of years, Keeper Solutions have expanded their R&D facility and identified that there was a growing demand for an easy-to-use platform for issuing stock options or profit shares for team members, whether they are employees, contractors, and even outsourced team members, regardless of their location.

Our Team


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