Have your say on our Data Subject Rights (DSR) solution!

Take a 9-question survey on DSRs to impact our product development - we'll plant a tree for the first 100 responses!

We’re about to build our DSR solution, integrated within our award-winning SaaS solution – and we want to hear from you first!  Take our 9-question survey to become a ‘Roadmapper’ and tell us:

  • What do you love or (quite possibly) hate about DSRs now?
  • What ‘magic bullet’ do you dream about that would make DSRs a happy place for you?

We’ll plant a tree for the first 100 responses.  And if you’re on for a 15-minute call on your answers, we’re also planting a tree for the first 50 calls!

 

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Why we’re doing this

Our ‘why’ is to joyfully use tech to solve people’s headaches and make them feel happier.  Part of how we ensure we’ve the best chance of doing that is to follow Steve Blank’s approach and talk to as many people experiencing those headaches as we can.  We think it’s why our solution resonates so much with the people ‘doing the job’ on GDPR, and why we’ve won awards and recognition such as being named into the global RegTech100.

We’ve already had many ‘Roadmapper’ conversations on our DSR module and they’re so great, iterating our ideas with some fantastic insights, we’re after 50 more.  So we’re very excited to hear from you, and for you to impact our product development – take the 9-question survey now!


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