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Consent Systems Ltd announces ConsentEye

Consent Systems Ltd, the leading British privacy technology company, has introduced ConsentEye, a SaaS application that empowers organisations to build trusted, transparent relationships and comply with new data privacy regulations.

ConsentEye unifies consent data gathered from multiple collection points including; SMS, email, online and paper forms. Integrations to enterprise databases, CRM and email marketing systems provide a realtime view of individuals’ consent status – enabling continuous compliance with new privacy legislation including GDPR, UK-DPA, COPPA, PECR, CCPA and CASL.

ConsentEye’s breakthrough features include agreement authoring, consent capture, editing and validation, allowing individuals to grant, amend and revoke discrete consents at any time.

Consent receipts securely capture a complete audit trail of private data, consent preferences and individual rights – who, when, how, and what was requested and agreed – facilitating efficient Subject Access Request and data breach management.

Paul Tarantino, Consent Systems Founder and CEO, states “ConsentEye provides organisations the tools to legally market to and communicate with their customers, protect their brand and mitigate the risk of huge fines”.

Paul Tarantino founded ConsentEye in 2017 after seeing many Enterprise businesses spending double digit millions of pounds building their own consent management/realtime decision engines to manage customer preferences in line with new Data Privacy Regulations. 

There was nothing available off-the-shelf at that time so with a career working at the cutting edge of IT helping global CXO’s fix business issues with technology he decided to build a world class consent lifecycle management system for organisations that needed a solution fast, for an affordable price to comply with the GDPR.

It is was the first GDPR compliant Consent Lifecycle Management Cloud Platform. ConsentEye enables organisations to comply with the GDPR, enables their customers to withdraw consent and increase efficiencies by centralising all consent captured across multiple systems and applications.


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