Marc Lambotte, CEO of Agoria, the largest technology federation in Belgium, wrote in his recommendations to the new government “… that GDPR should become less complex and less expensive”. According to Agoria, companies sometimes make very important investments in time and money to correctly comply with the new rules. Marc Lambotte: “This concerns all companies. Even the smallest SMEs. ” He asks the government to provide better information before heavy fines are imposed. He also suggests a further simplification of administrative obligations.
You can read the full message on the Agoria website (only available in Dutch). There you can see for yourself that we did not add that “red” text to this news item ourselves. Offering modern, supporting technologies is exactly what idlegcy is about. We claim that as a result we can reduce GDPR efforts for B2B companies by up to 10% of their current costs.