GDPRWise comes pre-filled with all the elements that are relevant to your sector. We have done the hard work for you and more. GDPRWise includes in every plan all features you need to get a head start and get your firm’s GDPR under control.
Pre-filled Customer Dossier
Pre-filled Staff Dossier
Pre-filled 3rd Party Dossier
EN, NL, FR and DE languages
Breach & other templates
Email based support
Risk Free Solution
Try for free. No credit card required. Only upgrade when satisfied. Peace of mind doesn’t have to be expensive. As a GDPR solutions provider we offer a pocket friendly GDPR compliance software solution suited to the small and medium sized business.
Free Trialfor 3 Months
Try for free. No credit card required.
Preview the documents we generate and only upgrade when satisfied.
The paid version give you access to download the GDPR documents in full. The free versions gives you access to all features to build up your GDPR dossier, but only provides a partial download to the GDPR documents.
Currently the GDPRWise web application supports 4 languages: English, Dutch, French and German. You can generate the documents in any and all of the languages at no extra cost. We are working to add more languages as we expand regionally. Do let us know if you would want us to prioritise any language.
Great to hear want to get your GDPR in order! If you do not want to tackle this yourself, we can get you in touch with privacy professionals who are GDPRWise experts and will gladly provide you with a quote.
Anyone starts on a free plan, giving you access to all features to build up your GDPR dossier without it costing you anything. In other words you can makes sure our sector approach and templates make sense to your organisation before you commit to upgrade to a paid plan.
The moment you upgrade to a paid account, you get access to download the generated GDPR documents in full. Therefor we believe only a yearly subscription makes sense. We are a considering a monthly subscription for year 2 and beyond, so do reach out if you feel that makes most sense to your organisation.
Organisations that are NOT registered in the EU but are targeting the EU market and its citizen should have a data representative in the EU according to Art. 27 of the GDPR regulation. So if you are based in the EU, this does not apply to you. In a post Brexit world, if you are based in the UK and offering products or services in the EU, you should ensure you have EU Data Representation.
Revenue streams for Professionals
Are you an accountant or lawyer looking to assist your customers in getting their GDPR in order?