GDPR & ISO27001

The first step with PRAIORITIZE is to ask people. Our clients do not ask for very privacy-related information in the strictest sense (usually: department, role, and location). Yet, PRAIORITIZE has been built from the ground up with “privacy-by-design” in mind. There is maximum transparency to – and control by – respondents. They can choose to opt-in to certain functionalities.  And the ‘right to be forgotten’ requires just a few mouse-clicks.

To formalize our dedication to privacy and – related to that – information security in general, we yearly have outside auditors certify PRAIORITIZE as a platform and our company from a process point of view for ISO2700.


As a SaaS platform, PRAIORITIZE uses several other cloud service providers to complement its architecture: Microsoft Azure for its server infrastructure and Zendesk for customer support to name two examples. These providers have information security certifications and audits on their own rendering our IT infrastructure robust, yet flexible.


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