So, in the context of these stats, we’ve been focusing on how we can use a tiered approach for consent choices to help organisations engage and simplify these choices for consumers, while maintaining transparency. Typically, we work with organisations to present three tiers: all available consent choices (think my account page); a subset for a specific journey (think email unsubscribe); or a highly relevant pop-up with a few choices that can be integrated into a digital journey. Customers can drill through to a more detailed tier if they want to explore more of their available choices.
Last Thursday I ran our engineering team through our sales demo and a debate started about which of these tiers is ‘best’ – and that’s kind of the point. ‘Best’ is an individual judgment and will also depend on the context of the decision that is being made. The consent choice for your personal health records is likely to be viewed quite differently to consent for the latest offers from your favourite online retailer. There’s no single right answer but we’ve focussed on creating simple tools to enable organisations to build and manage consent journeys that engage with customers and enable them to explore greater choice when appropriate.
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