Stay GDPR-compliant with efficy.

With efficy, you’ll have all the tools you need to implement GDPR-compliant strategies within your organisation.

Consent management, made simple.

We make it easy and convenient to stay compliant with the GDPR.  

Empower your prospects, customers, suppliers, and partners with the efficy CRM Extranet, where they can personally manage their consent as well as their subscriptions to newsletters. 

Purge and anonymise your data in just a few clicks.

After three years without any contact with a person, it’s recommended that companies delete — or at the very least anonymise — the data they have about that person.

We provide you with a dedicated tool to simplify the data anonymisation and purging processes, right in efficy CRM. 

Fine-tune your access rights management.

Easily create and manage permission rights to ensure all your data stays secure and compliant.

In efficy CRM, you can stay confident knowing that each user only has access to the data that’s relevant to them.  

Why should I care about GDPR?

Since 2018, there’s a legal obligation for all companies to comply with the GDPR. If you mismanage personal data or violate GDPR compliance, your company could face a fine of up to EUR 20 million, or 4% of your global annual turnover.

Capturing proper consent to collect personal information allows your business to process contracts, deliveries, and invoices more reliably while ensuring your customers feel confident that their data is being handled responsibly. 

Why should I care about my data being hosted in the EU or US?

The CLOUD legislation in the United States mandates that cloud service providers give data to US authorities upon request. This also applies to American companies that process European data. 

A request from the authorities is sufficient, and neither an explanation nor a court order is required. The key issue with allowing an American company to process your European personal data is the intrusive nature of the surveillance programs undertaken by the US government and intelligence agencies allowed by Section 702 of FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) and Executive Order 12333 (viewed as disproportionate under the GDPR). 

The GDPR was created to protect European's citizens data, to give rights to data subjects at a time where the data is a resource used by companies to make profit. The core idea is to protect the European citizens.


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