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A scalable software platform for all budgets.

Recruit students, help parents stay connected, and empower your staff to easily update content with premium communications products and tools.

Award-winning designers bringing your school to life online.

Schools love how Finalsite finds what makes them unique and translates that into an authentic digital experience.

School marketing experts at your service.

Schools turn to Finalsite's consultants for their decades of experience developing and executing a digital marketing strategy.

Improve School-to-Home Communications with Password-protected Portals.

Portals provide a safe and secure place for your community to access information that's just for them on every device.

Sarah Gordon, Assistant Director of Communications
Choate Rosemary Hall

A best-of-breed approach to give you the "all in one" solution you need.

We focus on the critical function of marketing and communication, while leveraging relationships and integrations with 70+ partners to provide a more seamless experience between the school and your constituents.

A team of 200, Finalsite has been serving schools worldwide for 20 years.

Our business has been for and about schools since the beginning, which is why 95% of clients stay with us year over year.

Save Time and Enhance Data Integrity

Our secure integrations with popular MIS providers mean you can replace timely manual data uploads with our automatic transfers for a seamless solution.

Sarah Gordon, Assistant Director of Communications
Choate Rosemary Hall

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

On 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be enforced across the EU. The law aims to give EU citizens more control over their data and to create a uniformity of rules to enforce across the continent.

The GDPR covers all data controllers and data subjects based in the EU. It also applies to organisations based outside the EU that process the personal data of its residents.

About GDPR Guidelines

Under the GDPR, the definition of personal data is quite broad and will cover anything that points to their professional or personal life, including names, photos, emails IDs, bank details, social networking posts, medical information, or computer IP address.

Given the complexity of the rules set out by the GDPR it is not surprising that most of our customers are overwhelmed with understanding their obligations. While Finalsite cannot provide you legal advice specific to your organisation’s obligations, we can assist you with further information on how to help you manage your personal data more effectively - internally and externally:

1.    Know what you have, and why you have it
2.    Manage data in a structured way
3.    Know who is responsible for it
4.    Encrypt what you wouldn’t want to be disclosed
5.    Design a security aware culture
6.    Be prepared – expect the best but prepare for the worst

Data Breaches

Mandatory obligation to manage and report data breaches within 72 hours.

Data Processors

It is the school’s responsibility to ensure 3rd party suppliers comply with GDPR the data they process for you.

Tougher Penalties

High fines will be enforced for non-compliance as well as potential impact of Ofsted ratings from data policies and processes deficiencies.

Suppliers

Increased demands on legal agreement with all suppliers, on ensuring how data is stored and processed.

Finalsite & GDPR

Request More Information on GDPR

Have questions on GDPR? Speak with one of our experts for more information.