Wilmington Millennium has expanded its partnership with the Software Bureau to offer its Mortascreen deceased suppression data direct to end clients through the firm’s SwiftCleanse application and SwiftCore cloud-based platform.
SwiftCleanse is a desktop data hygiene product that it is claimed provides quick, easy, GDPR-compliant access to Mortascreen’s data. It removes the need of using a processing house, making deceased suppression easier and more accessible than ever before as users do not need to have a data background or knowledge of any database querying language. It also enables automated data hygiene, giving greater control to end users.
Mortascreen is also available through the SwiftCore cloud-based data hygiene solution. SwiftCore negates the need for heavy investment in expensive processing infrastructure. Instead the data can be accessed in the cloud, delivered via secure API.
The partnership means that organisations that only require Mortascreen deceased suppression data can now do so with a minimum of additional processing requirements.
Software Bureau managing director Martin Rides (pictured) said: “SwiftCleanse and SwiftCore are disrupting the market and changing the way that organisations approach data hygiene.
“Mortascreen has long been a partner of ours and we’re delighted to be able to provide them with the technology to better serve the needs of their direct clients.”
Mortascreen product director Patrick Lymath said: “Mortascreen deceased suppression data is now delivered to our end user clients in a more secure way, but also in a much more user-friendly manner, since The Software Bureau’s platform eliminates the need to have data processing capability internally or the need to go through a third party.
“This makes Mortascreen more accessible than ever before and both are already proving popular solutions for organisations that that require flexible, secure and convenient deceased data cleansing.”
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