EASY Software Announces GDPR Solution For UK Data Protection Officers

Team-up with Fujitsu delivers market-leading data tracking tool for GDPR preparation

Bury St Edmunds, UK, October 23, 2017 – EASY SOFTWARE UK, Europe’s foremost supplier of document management solutions, has a new solution to help UK organisations prepare for imminent data privacy changes in the shape of local implementation of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

The solution is from EASY’s German sister company Otris Software AG and allows the content management leader to resell fully-featured data compliance management software Otris privacy ®.

The longstanding co-operation will be further aligned with key EASY channel partner Fujitsu, a market leader in the document and data capture solutions arena.

Otris privacy for GDPR software solution has been enhanced for over a decade to address the stringent requirements of the incumbent German data protection law BDSG (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz Federal Data Protection Act), and has been successfully deployed by over 500 organisations within this area of jurisdiction.

This web-based software tool is used by many European Data Privacy Officers to collate, manage and assess data privacy usage in their organisations so as to lower risk plus provide auditable process documentation to meet the toughest data privacy legal requirements.

Welcoming the announcement, EASY SOFTWARE Sales & Marketing Director Howard Frear notes the strong relationship built over many years with Fujitsu, which has been providing many joint customers with reliable document and content management solutions.

“This relationship now enters a new era of information regulation and compliance where trust meets opportunity,” he adds.

Frear also welcomes the chance to work on GDPR preparation with colleagues at Otris, who “clearly live and breathe the considerable complexities of information legal compliance”.

“Otris privacy ® will be highly useful to GDPR Data Protection Officers, as it will allow them to simultaneously unlock and protect the value of their data.”

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