Beverley software company signs new partnership to help businesses meet GDPR laws
By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 27 Nov 2018
Beverley’s Rison Software has announced a new partnership which will help businesses meet compliance laws such as GDPR.
The deal, with MPAC’s Group of Companies, will see MPAC supply compliance material in the UK for Rison Software’s Virtl.X platform, which currently has over 250,000 registered users worldwide.
Virtl.X monitors a company’s efficiency, reputation and staff performance to help businesses increase their effectiveness and profitability.
By signing up to the platform, businesses will now be able to increase efficiency by holding all necessary compliance documentation, as well as purchasing and delivering training for necessary staff members – all in one piece of software.
Richard Chalk, managing director of Rison Software said: “Online platforms have become ever more important to businesses and the associated legal requirements, such as the GDPR laws that come with them, are increasingly crucial.
“Businesses that are not sufficiently covered face potentially devastating consequences. By partnering with MPAC, Virtl.X will help companies from all industries navigate and maintain the complicated area of compliance.”
“Having such an esteemed partner supplying us with quality products strengthens what we can offer to our existing client base and help us access new markets and bring us to a new audience.”
Following success with well-known names such as Audi and Toyota, Rison has adapted its software for the UK and will manage operations from offices in Beverley.
Nick Andrews, managing director of MPAC’s Group of Companies said: “We’re delighted to welcome Rison Software to our stable of partners.
“We know exactly how important yet difficult managing corporate compliance can be.
“Virtl.X’s software perfectly complements our offering and by teaming up together will help us deliver an even more valuable service to our clients.”
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