SMART PIA - The privacy management tool

Data management demonstrably well-regulated

You can use SMART PIA, one of the modules of Solvinx, to record all the personal data in your organisation in line with the requirements of the GDPR. SMART PIA knows no limits, literally and figuratively, and can be used globally in all departments, branches and business units in your organisation. Because SMART PIA has been designed for large and small organisations, active locally and trading internationally.

The following six basic principles of the GDPR are key:

  • Record of Processing Activities
  • Data Privacy Impact Assessment (DPIA)
  • Data breach notification 
  • Right of data subjects
  • Data Processing Agreement
  • Privacy by Design and Privacy by Default

Be SMART, Be GDPR compliant

The tool for your full privacy administration

Download our SMART PIA brochure

The benefits of the tool

  • Excellent information on and overview of entire process.
  • The main points of the GDPR demonstrably under control.
  • Structure in the GDPR process.
  • Minimum administrative burden.
  • All the evidence in one database.
  • Simple process flows, excellent progress control.
  • Clear dashboards.

Solvinx and the modules

Solvinx is a product of USoft and offers a unique concept of solid services, tooling and training. The comprehensive solution for privacy, security and compliance and consists of the modules SMART PIA, SMART Studio, SMART Dashboard, SMART connector and SMART Services. 

Check out our 'Solvinx' webite or read the full press release 'USoft expands its product portfolio with Solvinx'



International Association of Privacy Professionals

The IAPP helps define, support and improve the privacy profession globally. We are member of the IAPP community of privacy organisations and professionals.

Wageningen University has selected SMART PIA

Wageningen University & Research (WUR) has selected USoft for the delivery and implementation of the SMART PIA application, which will be used for Data Privacy Impact Assessments (DPIAs) and setting up a Data Register for personal data. 

Read the full press release