Does your business comply with Canada's new anti-spam legislation? You have until July 1 to get there. Let IT World Canada help.

Does your business comply with Canada’s new anti-spam legislation? You have until July 1 to get there. Let IT World Canada help.

What we’ll do for you:

  • Ensure you’re CASL compliant. 
    Obtaining explicit consent from your e-mail database to ensure compliance with Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation.
  • Protect your brand reputation. 
    Regular updates and reputation checks of your contact list to improve its accuracy and quality.
  • Reduce maintenance costs.
    Enhance your data for an improved customer list including more up-to-date details.
  • Mitigate costly risks.
    Avoid having your corporate messages flagged as spam

 

What people are saying about CASL:

Adam-Kardash-CASL“A violation of CASL carries with it some significant penalties. There’s administrative monetary penalties that could levied by the CRTC up to $10 million… a single e-mail or text message in violation of the act is considered a contravention for the purpose of the penalty provisions.” – Adam Kardash, Partner, Osler Haskin & Harcourt LLP.
AdrianLiu-CASL“CASL has implications for every business and organization that uses commercial electronic messages as a marketing or a promotional tool.” – Adrian Liu, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP.
JohnLawford-CASL“Longer term, I think it’ll be helpful because you’ll have clean lists of people that really want to know about your product or whatever you’re selling.” – John Lawford, executive director, Public Interest Advocacy Centre.

Contact us for More information

Email: Account Representative
Phone: 416-290-0240