Ready For EU Regulations? QuestionPro Offers GDPR Compliant Survey Data Solutions

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QuestionPro Launches a GDPR-Ready Survey and Insights Solutions That Is Compliant with Data Protection Requirements Within the European Union

QuestionPro Inc., an online survey and insights solutions company, launches a GDPR-ready survey and insights solution ahead of the May 2018 enforcement date. Customers will be able to conduct market research and collect data that meets compliance and data protection requirements for individuals within the European Union (EU).

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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulation will enter into effect in the European Union on May 25th, 2018 and will have a fundamental impact on how organizations treat data from individuals in compliance with the new privacy laws.

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Online surveys, which are at the forefront of any consumer, market, or employee research, also needs to follow GDPR compliance regulations. In order to make it easier for users to create and send GDPR compliant surveys, QuestionPro launched a sophisticated process to ensure all data being collected is fully GDPR compliant.

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Vivek Bhaskaran

“GDPR compliance is a very serious issue for our trusted EU, transnational, and non-profit partners. Implementation is our customers’ greatest worry and we’ve ensured our solution to address those concerns. Our GDPR-ready settings will allow our customers to continue collecting survey responses without the fear of fines at either an organization or survey level,” says Vivek Bhaskaran, CEO, QuestionPro.

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Customers who incorporate QuestionPro’s GDPR compliant settings can expect the following benefits:

  • GDPR Compliance will be enabled for all accounts on EU servers by default
  • A data protection office (DPO) to be designated by each customer
  • Policy document customization available including:
    1. Data retention period
    2. Use of data for research purposes only
    3. No commercial sale of the data
    4. No solicitation
    5. Language, data server preferences, and settings
    6. Right to be forgotten

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