Solvinx your privacy administration tool

The GDPR demonstrably under control

Solvinx consists of the following modules


SMART PIA

For introducing and managing the Record of processing activities and performing privacy impact assessments (DPIAs).

SMART Studio

For both recording policies and regulations and describing and drawing data flows.

SMART Connector

The SMART Connector module allows external software to be connected.

SMART Dashboard

Instant information on the current privacy status anywhere and at any time. Where are the risks in your organisation and what steps remain open? 

SMART Opt-in

Processing and managing consent at data subject level and for all communication channels from a central point.

SMART Services

Training and Support in implementing Solvinx and converting your current data.

GDPR-compliant with SMART PIA


You can use SMART PIA to record all the personal data in your organisation in line with the requirements of the GDPR. SMART PIA knows no limits, literally and figuratively, and can be used globally in all departments, branches and business units in your organisation. Because SMART PIA has been designed for large and small organisations, active locally and trading internationally.

The following six basic principles of the GDPR are key:

  • Record of Processing Activities
  • Data Privacy Impact Assessment (DPIA)
  • Data breach notification 
  • Right of data subjects
  • Data Processing Agreement
  • Privacy by Design and Privacy by Default

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The main administrative components of the GDPR demonstrably under control.
 

Jan-Paul Verboom, Legal counsel privacy at FrieslandCampina Corporate Centre

"From a legal/compliance perspective, the best feature of the tool surely is its capacity to demonstrate your organization’s compliance, and efforts to become compliant.”

"From a legal/compliance perspective, the best feature of the tool surely is its capacity to demonstrate your organization’s compliance, and efforts to become compliant.”

Auke de Bruin, Project lead GDPR at Wageningen University & Research

"The SMART PIA development to a versatile tool has enabled WUR to efficiently set up an organisation-wide Data Register according to the GDPR regulations, where specific requirements can quickly and reliably be implemented."

"The SMART PIA development to a versatile tool has enabled WUR to efficiently set up an organisation-wide Data Register according to the GDPR regulations, where specific requirements can quickly and reliably be implemented."

Latest news


8 Feb 2019

USoft appointed two new Privacy Consultants


We appointed two new Privacy Consultants. Robert Kreuger and Marieke Knegt both fit perfectly in the growth ambitions of USoft. With their extensive privacy experience, background and personal involvement, they are a welcome addition to the USoft team.
31 Oct 2018

USoft and MagnaVersum announce partnership


USoft and MagnaVersum BI Services have signed a partner agreement in the field of management information for the complete privacy administration of organisations. As of October 2018, MagnaVersum delivers the dashboards for USoft SMART PIA users.
23 Oct 2018

USoft expands its product portfolio with Solvinx


USoft B. V., the global software provider of the privacy management tool SMART PIA is expanding its product portfolio with Solvinx. Solvinx the comprehensive solution for privacy, security and compliance and consists of the modules SMART PIA, SMART Studio, SMART Dashboard, SMART connector and SMART Services.
 

Our expert blog articles


Close your privacy gap with OpenGDPR


A new open-source framework has been launched for handling data subject access requests. The abundance of GDPR compliance tools, templates and schemes to draw up your very own processing protocols and agreements was recently supplemented by OpenGDPR.  

After all, data breaches are inevitable…


Benjamin Franklin is convinced: “It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation, and only one bad one to lose it.” An interesting perspective, especially in a world where we are sharing a tremendous and increasing amount of data. 

Data protection: a matter of CSR or 'CSI'


We wonder what would have happened if Facebook and Cambridge Analytica had been exposed in a month or two.