Customer consent and data rights management

Businesses must rethink how they manage, store and share customer data.

Trunomi’s consent management platform enables a business to request, receive and capture customer consent to the use of their personal data. For the business we create consent receipts and convert them to customer data rights, which are accessible across all data systems.

For the customer we provide control and transparency over how their personal data is used.

our consent and data rights platform

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Our API platform simply and securely integrates with existing technology infrastructure, via our established technology partners or as a stand alone solution.

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Track customer consent status and view customer permissions over data use (purpose and duration).

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Give customers secure data rights management over their personal data through a customer managed data store, deployed within existing applications.

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Build an audit trail to track customer data interactions to enable compliance with regulations and data privacy laws.

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PLATFORM HIGHLIGHTS

  • End-to-end consent management platform in line with Data Privacy Laws – including landmark General Data Protection Regulation
  • Cloud hosted SaaS (on-premise & hybrid options available)
  • Microservices architecture with HTTP & WebSocket services and a scalable API gateway/management layer
  • Simple integration through our secure API
  • Highly scalable
  • Whitelabelled solution
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