Inex One’s software helps companies manage personal data of their experts calls.

Even today on May 25th, most users of expert calls are non-compliant with GDPR (and, by the way, with the former laws on privacy and personal data).

Emailing and manually aggregating experts’ data temporarily (e.g. during an investment project) is OK with Article 6 of the GDPR, under what legislators call a “legitimate interest”. Keeping the data in your mailbox and harddrive afterwards is not. Emailing and copying experts’  data (e.g. job titles) contaminates your hardware and compromises the rights of the individual.

With Inex One, all experts’ personal data is managed centrally and anonymized in accordance with applicable law. This process is automated to remove the risk of human error. By the way, all your confidential data is kept safe on the platform, instead of exposed in emails to expert networks. With Inex One, you’re back in control of your data and insights.

To read more about this topic, head over to our blog post series here.

Personal Data of Experts and GDPR

Max Friberg

Max has a background in management consulting with McKinsey & Company and Oliver Wyman FS. Prior to co-founding Inex One, he ran the expert network Previro.