Who is it necessary for?

Data subjects

Only the actual owners of  the data should have the right to really choose by whom, how and when they should be contacted. We believe that the indisputable right to change one’s mind after he or she provided his or her consent to the processing of his or her data, should be exercised both autonomously and simply, thanks to an intuitive tool to be used in order to comply with privacy-related obligations.


Thanks to YESNOLOGY, companies will be finally able to do away with paper folders and bundles, a hoard of PDF files and with heavy Excel files, as they can now rely on a simple, swift and secure platform in order to provide privacy policies, collect the consents and manage their modifications over time, as well as to process personal information and data.

YESNOLOGY is an operating software to be used in order to manage the consents used in defining what is allowed and what is not: it is better to inform those who are really interested in the matter, so that the communications are not deleted by annoyed users even before they are opened.

But that’s not all: by using YESNOLOGY, companies may ask users for the consent to process their personal information and data for marketing purposes by third parties, as well as for the activation of agreements with other companies in order to exchange profiled and usable contacts to do business. The database to be used is compiled automatically or, to be more precise, the customers themselves compile and feed it. Companies must only use it in compliance with the will of the data subjects.

Public Administration

Institutions, schools and hospitals must process information and data, provide privacy policies and gather the users’ consent. YESNOLOGY can make such actors compliant with the rules as well, in a simple and effective way, as it can be linked to website, platforms and management software.


Besides providing privacy policies and collecting the users’ consent, YESNOLOGY can be used to acquire and exchange the profiled contacts of prospective customers.

For example: a sports association may very well have several consumers of sports apparel, as well as of shoes, accessories and products connected with the world of sports. The association may think about selling its contacts to those producing and trading such products exactly: it is enough to ask for the relevant users’ consent to the sharing of the client-fed database. The clients may also be asked for information allowing to fine-tune their profiling and to increase the focus of commercial strategies.