As with previous privacy regulations, the GDPR distinguishes two types of organisations: data controllers, and data processors. It is very important to understand whether your company is a controller or a processor, because each has different obligations under the GDPR.
Trueson further expands its team of CRM and CLM Multichannel experts, welcoming George Knupffer. Having worked at Veeva Systems in the European Agency Program, he brings deep knowledge of the Veeva Multichannel suite, including CRM, CLM, Approved Email, and MyInsights.
Trueson continues to expand its Veeva Vault proficiency. Recently, Michelle van Dam (Commercial Operations, and Business Specialist) successfully passed her Veeva Vault Administrator exam. She now officially is Vault Certified Admin.
In this blogpost we will talk about the rights of data subjects. The GDPR introduces some new rights, and expands the already existing ones. As a company it is crucial to understand these rights, as they might have a big impact on your processes and systems.
In our previous blog post we discussed personal data and sensitive personal data. We also explained what the GDPR says about the grounds on which personal data can be processed. In this blog post we will dive deeper into this subject, focussing on the ground most focussed on in the GDPR: Consent.
When your company starts working towards GDPR compliance, you must begin with mapping your data estate. What kind of personal data does your company possess? How sensitive is this data? And on what grounds are you processing it?
Trueson is proud to have the experts in its team that led this project for Takeda. These privileged interlocutors enable us to accompany you effectively in the implementation of the Veeva CRM Events Management module.
Our new website provides a clear message of who we are, what we offer, and our values when developing, delivering and maintaining solutions.