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Rever Announces an International Distribution Agreement with Hermitage Solutions

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release states, “The Belgian information governance specialist REVER has just signed an agreement with the European distributor of security, infrastructure and network solutions HERMITAGE SOLUTIONS. ‘Hermitage Solutions will propose to its network of specialized partners the RGS (Real GDPR Solution) software suite which is a very complete solution to become GDPR compliant and comes in two versions: one for SMEs and one more dedicated to very large organizations. It covers the legal, business and IT aspects of organizations.’ says JeanFrançois Liénart, Alliance Manager at Rever.

The release goes on, “Dominique Orban de Xivry, Rever’s CEO, ‘is delighted with this alliance that will allow our unique solution to be highlighted to business professionals in search of a complete tool to process structured and unstructured data (computer applications, texts…) in the framework of the GDPR.’ …Since 2004, Rever offers a range of automated solutions for the detailed understanding of existing IT applications in Europe and the U.S. Proud of the precision of our products, we also propose information governance services and develop GDPR tools from our offices in Brussels and Namur.”

Read more at Rever.eu.

Photo credit: Rever

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