How data management and preparation for GDPR can drive your performance
At the end of May 2018, the EU’s ambitious General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, by which time all businesses transacting across Europe must comply with the new legislation.
Are you prepared for the new regulations and what impact will it have on your business?
The aim of GDPR is to strengthen data privacy and protection for all EU citizens. It will transform processes to standardise and protect data and the individual who owns it.
What's the opportunity?
While the new rules put customers at the heart of the organisation, they also directly promote more transparency to help build trust.
Preparation and timely action will be key to managing the risk of non-compliance and making the most of your opportunities ahead.
Organisations which undertake this due diligence to get in shape for GDPR will be able to forge closer, stronger relationships with their customers, as well as improve their data-strategy and their business performance.
We can help you by assessing your data and highlighting how and where it can be improved. We can also help you ensure on-going data accuracy through real-time data-validation at the point of capture, to help you maintain sustainable regulatory compliance.
How ready is your data for GDPR? 7 best practices for data readiness and sustainable data quality
Watch our webinar to discover how data quality management can enhance net revenues and customer relationships, while helping safeguard your business. Expert speakers discuss:
- the importance of sustainable data management
- how Experian’s solution can help enhance overall data quality
- practical steps that Experian can help you take to enhance the readiness of your GDPR data management programmes