As a global organisation, MRI Software recognises the impact that the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union (EU) on our customers doing business in the EU. The GDPR will change and expand the privacy rights of individuals and will place new obligations on the controllers and processors of personal information. Since the legislation was announced, our team has been working to enable our software and processes to assist you in meeting your compliance responsibilities in time for the 25 May effective date of the regulation. This page will provide you with information to assist your organisation in that endeavour.
Please note that we will continue to update this page, so check back for more updates.
This page provides a summary of GDPR in relation to MRI and the various software solutions provided by MRI. All answers are provided based upon MRI’s interpretation of the GDPR legislation. MRI is not providing legal advice, and we advise our clients to consult with their own independent legal counsel for any information related to compliance with GDPR.