RootFi is proud to announce that we are GDPR Compliant! This compliance, in addition to our ISO Certification and our SOC2 Type 2 Compliance, attests to how seriously we take data security at RootFi.

What is GDPR?

GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a comprehensive data protection law that came into effect in the European Union in 2018. Its primary objective is to protect the personal data and privacy of EU citizens and residents. GDPR applies to any organisation that collects, processes, or stores personal data of individuals in the EU, regardless of where the organisation is based.

Why is GDPR compliance important?

GDPR compliance is vital for organisations operating in the European market or handling data of EU individuals. Non-compliance can lead to severe fines and reputation damage.

By adhering to GDPR, RootFi demonstrates its commitment to data privacy and ensures that your business customers’ data is treated with the highest level of protection and confidentiality.

What does GDPR compliance mean for RootFi and you?

Being GDPR compliant means that RootFi has implemented strict data protection measures and follows the regulations' guidelines. When you choose RootFi to connect to your customer’s accounting data, you can be confident that your data is handled in accordance with GDPR requirements.

For our customers, partnering with a GDPR-compliant vendor like RootFi helps you comply with the regulation's data processing requirements. You can trust that your customers' accounting data is secure.

To understand how RootFi ensures GDPR compliance and how we safeguard your data, reach out to us at or book a demo.  Your data security and privacy are of utmost importance to us.

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