When you pass away, a lot has to be taken care of by the people you leave behind. To do’s that they won’t be in the right state of mind for. In fact, at the moment it is very difficult for relatives to set the affairs of the deceased because they can’t access the required data of the person who passed away.
Are you an inquisitive, mission-driven Developer who wants to make social impact by turning the data stream on the internet? Well, this is your moment to shine. Apply now!
This time, we have a tech update to share. One that co-founder and developer Bob 👨💻 can’t stop talking about.
With Schluss, you – and you alone – determine who knows what about you. Wait a minute, doesn’t that mean a completely different Internet? That’s right. One that requires a different way of working: the Schluss way, in which everyone works together.
Woohoo, Schluss has won a Dutch Privacy Award! We received the incentive prize for a breakthrough technology 🍾 We are so proud.
In January 2021, Schluss welcomed a new Schlussie to the team! Let us introduce to you: Sam Oakley. Sam is the new product owner of Schluss and will take our organization and development process to a higher level.
Would you like to know how to take control of your data with Schluss? With a data vault and data requests? Marie-José Hoefmans tells you all about it in the podcast Achter de Klik by Julia Janssen. Note: it is in Dutch.
On Friday 11 Dec, our team members Koen Evers en Peter Eikelboom will present the UX Blueprint for data operators during a 1,5-hour session hosted by Schluss’s Marie-José Hoefmans. Are you joining?
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Both Schluss and de Volksbank dream of a world in which your data is yours once more. That is a lot of thinking ahead, for a bank. De Volksbank shows not only that this is possible. But in fact, that this way of thinking offers advantages for both its customers and the bank itself. Such as getting a mortgage approved in days instead of weeks.