Underpinned by a comprehensive legal framework and with unique privacy protections in place, Data Republic’s Senate Data Exchange Platform (DXP) makes it simpler and more secure for organisations to license and share data.
The Senate Platform acts like a ‘data sharing control centre’ for organisations who want to keep track of the data flowing in and out of their organisation.
Companies, whose data is stored in secure environments, can customise dataset visibility and approval workflows for internal vs. external parties, govern data requests from the Senate Platform’s internal marketplace and control the licensing terms around how data is provisioned and for what purpose.
The Senate Platform can be utilised for one-off insight projects or licensed on annual basis to fuel broader data governance, monetisation or data innovation programmes.
“The work we have done with Data Republic will not only deliver innovation for companies wanting to improve the customer experience but most importantly, delivers bank-grade security protocols and governance to the storage and management of data.”
"At Qantas we’ve seen the benefit that customer-led innovation can provide to businesses and their customers. We hold the privacy of our customers and their data with the highest respect, so the high level of governance and security that Data Republic applies is highly appealing.”
“This partnership is an important one for Nine as it give us a deeper level of consumer insight than we have ever had while still protecting the identities of the consumers. By being able to marry up users’ offline habits with our existing database we allow advertisers to better target their campaigns and achieve better results. ”
Securely combine internal, shared and open datasets, then collaborate across teams and departments to unlock insight.
Request access to powerful transactional and behavioural datasets listed in Data Republic's marketplace.
Launch collaborative, shared data projects with leading companies in the Data Republic ecosystem.
Generate data revenue through data licensing or the development of ready-made Data Products.