Launch of Mission GDPR Makes Incoming Personal Data Compliance Simple for
Businesses of All Sizes
Mon, May 14, 2018 8:32
Businesses that have yet to take steps to comply with the EU’s incoming personal
data protection laws have an essential new tool at their disposal. Mission GDPR is the
quick, simple, and intuitive way for firms to assess their current procedures and
clearly demonstrate their compliance, eliminating the risk of substantial fines and
The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force across the EU
bloc on 25th May 2018, affecting every single business that operates within member
countries and holds personal data.
With data playing a significant role in day-to-day processes and marketing activities
failing to comply with GDPR could be an expensive choice. For those who still aren’t
compliant, Mission GDPR aims to provide an effective, uncomplicated solution that
requires minimal maintenance.
Stephen Hill, CEO of Mission Software said, “GDPR has crept up on many businesses,
with just weeks left until it comes into force. It may seem like a chore that can be
avoided but with potential fines of up to €20 million or 4% of annual worldwide
turnover and serious reputational damage, it’s not something that can be ignored
any longer. Taking action now to create a clear blueprint for future processes is vital
to preserving existing operations and creating growth opportunities.
“Mission GDPR has been carefully designed to guide businesses of all sizes through
the new data protection regulations with ease. The step-by-step online system is an
effective way to ensure complete compliance and peace of mind. You don’t have to
be a GDPR expert – the software is”
GDPR focuses on a range of different areas, from documenting the data a firm holds
and how it is used to giving individuals the right to be forgotten, all of which are
covered in the Mission GDPR system. The handy progress meter makes it simple for
users to chart their journey to compliance and makes light work of identifying
potential non-compliance, meaning corrective action can be taken before sanctions
Mission GDPR is available in various versions to reflect company size, with the
standard version starting at £199 including VAT for a one year licence.
In May 2018, Mission GDPR is offering ‘deadline discounts’ and a promotion to
support companies in becoming compliant, with partner associations, magazines,
and societies able to offer their members up to 50% off.
For further information about the software and these offers visit missiongdpr.com/