Trunomi empowers customers to manage and safely share personal data, with consent and control

Trunomi solves consent use cases across all data types and industries. We automate and personalize business processes and deliver amazing and seamless customer experiences.

Trunomi use cases

COMPLY WITH EU GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR)

In 2016, the incoming EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will control the security and management of customer data and for the first time put the power into the hands of consumers.

Financial institutions will have to fundamentally rethink the ways in which they collect and handle customer data or face penalties.

Find out how working with Trunomi can simply and quickly solve key aspects of the incoming regulation.

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CONSENT TO DIRECT MARKETING

Large corporations are experiencing disruptive competition from new entrants who are benefitting from falling costs of innovation due to advances in communication technology.

Firms face growing barriers to launching new products designed to leverage existing customer relationships and data, undermining their innovation efforts due to lack of consent to use personal data for direct marketing, in compliance with privacy regulation.

Find out how working with Trunomi can simply and quickly solve key aspects direct marketing of the incoming regulation.

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DIGITALLY UPDATE TERMS & CONDITIONS

Today an businesses (particularly Financial institutions and insurance companies) sends account change notifications through the post – accumulating high costs .

The Trunomi platform provides a secure, auditable and all-digital communication channel between businesses and customer; businesses and customers can send documents and messages with ensured, certified delivery.

Read how the Trunomi customer-driven data sharing platform reduces operational costs and inefficiencies and increases customer retention by enabling amazing end-to-end digital experience

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UPDATING AND MAINTAINING CUSTOMER RECORDS

Financial institutions are legally obligated by KYC & AML laws to hold accurate, up to date, valid personal data on all their account holders – not just their ‘front book’ or recently on-boarded customers. In some cases, updated information (KYC documents, preferences, contact details) is provided by a customer to a business but this record is not replicated across silo'd business lines / customer relationship management stores or customer record data stores – resulting in duplicated effort by the customer and poor customer service experience.

Trunomi provides technology to allow banks to know your customer better (KYCB) by connecting financial institutions to their customers over an all-digital open API data sharing platform and capture and manage consent to share data across business lines or customer stores to eliminate frustrating customer experiences.

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DIGITALLY ONBOARD WITH CONSENT TO USE CUSTOMER DATA

Customer demand for all-digital on-boarding and account opening experiences however all digital data delivery results in increased risk of data privacy regulatory fines and sanctions (as much as 4% of global revenue under EU GDPR)

Read more on how to solve the challenge of sharing and maintaining consent to use customer ID data through the Trunomi data rights management platform and immutable, auditable consent certificate, TruCert.

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Posted by Trunomi, 25th April 2017

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Posted by Trunomi, 18th April 2017

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Webinar 2: Beyond GDPR – navigating the new data landscape

Posted by Trunomi, 30th March 2017

Watch the replay of our 2nd Webinar with Marketforce, sponsored by FIS this webinar will discuss how regulation is changing expectations around

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