Syrenis Ltd has been recognised as a product, innovation and overall leader as part of KuppingerCole Analysts 2020 Report for Privacy and Consent Management.
The report provides an overview of the market for Privacy and Consent Management platforms and provides users with a compass to help the solution that best meets their needs. The report examines the market segment, vendor service functionality, relative market share, and innovative approaches to providing solutions that enables users to collect and manage consent in a compliant and privacy-centric manner.
We are excited to announce that Syrenis Ltd has been recognised as a product, innovation, and overall leader as part of KuppingerCole Analysts 2020 Report for Privacy and Consent Management.
The report focuses on our flagship personal information management system Cassie and identifies the key features we provide, KuppingerCole Analysts report states that “Syrenis is a very strong privacy and consent solution for all verticals. It performs well in all areas and offers exceptional control for end-users over their data.”
Syrenis CEO, Glenn Jackson comments: “It’s an honour to be recognised as product, innovation and overall leaders within the KuppingerCole Analysts report, it shows the efforts that our teams have persistently worked hard on to achieve our current global positioning. With this achievement we are looking forward to the continual growth of Syrenis, and excited for the current projects and future opportunities that lie ahead of our organisation.”
To see the full report please click here.
About Syrenis Ltd
Syrenis helps businesses manage customer contact, consent and preference data through their leading personal information management solution Cassie, which, currently, manages more than 1.6 billion preferences. Headquartered in Daresbury, an innovation hotspot in the North West of England, Syrenis works with enterprise organisations across the globe to improve their consent processes. Some of the company’s most recognisable clients include The Fundraising Regulator, the Home Office and RNLI.