Automate Cookie Consents and More
Whether you are complying with EU or US or any other regional regulation, the 2B Advice Consent Software will ensure you are compliant while maintaining a brand appropriate experience.
Use the 2B Advice Consent Management Tool to support the management of legally geographic required opt-in or opt-out functionality with all associated attributes.
Attributes of consent and data, such email address, name, or telephone number utilized for identification of the consenting party are available in the 2B Advice PrIME application and can be queried by other applications such as tag management via the robust Rest API.
This level of integration allows for full integration for all consent management.
If you need help, 2B Advice experts can assist in planning, implementing, and managing your ongoing consent programs.
Our software was developed according to German data protection guidelines.
We are one of the providers with the longest experience in the market.
Our data protection expertise is transnational and we work internationally.
Privacy consultancy 2B Advice named a "Cool Vendor" by Gartner
2B Advice is an IAPP corporate Gold member
2B Advice awarded Grand Prix of the SME 2014 and the Ludwig 2014
2B Advice is a Microsoft Gold-Certified Partner
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