A user of the trust network initiates the registration process for a partner. We have elaborated on the arguments of the partner in ‘why participate?’ We explain the steps below.
Grow your information ecosystem
You want an information ecosystem with which you can manage the relationships with your partners (customers, employees and suppliers). You want to show your partners that you handle their business and personal data adequately and you want to establish that your partners handle your business and personal data adequately.
Step 1: Invite partners (companies)
A user, usually the business process coordinator, invites a partner via the information ecosystem. The user does this by clicking the ‘NEW COMPANY’ button. A form will appear and the business process coordinator will complete this form. The form is then sent to the service desk. It is wise to make the following preparations:
- It is wise to inform your partner of your request to also become a user of the Trust Network. For this we have put together communication material to inform your partner about the reason and the steps to be taken for your request. See: Successfully connecting partners to your information ecosystem; and
- Your partner may decline a request to become a user of the Trust Network. The service desk employee will then contact your partner’s contact person and make an inventory of the situation. The service desk employee then informs and reports to you about the results of the conversation.
Whether the request is accepted or denied, the service investigates your partner’s entities and authorized representatives. For this, the service desk employee uses authentic sources (for example the Chambers of Commerce), the Trust Network and freely accessible sources. MYOBI can:
- Decline the request. The service desk employee will contact your partner’s contact person and discuss the results of the investigation. The service desk employee then informs the user; or
- Accept the request. MYOBI generates for your partner an information ecosystem and a company-specific learning environment with a number of awareness programs.
Step 2: User management
The service desk employee asks your company’s representative to accept the TTP policy, after which the representative receives the role of company administrator. The representative delegates tasks to employees by linking them to roles.
Step 3: Awareness training
It is wise for your partner’s employees to attend the awareness training as this will help to understand and understand how to effectively organize the corporate legal function, especially the contracting process.
Step 4: Becoming a user
By accepting the TTP policy, your partner becomes acquainted with the Trust Network, including the application of smart contracting, up to three agreements, free of charge, but not without obligation. After concluding more than three agreements, MYOBI charges license fees.
Step 5: Organising accountability
This prompts the compliance department to contact your management and discuss the responsibility for organizing compliance with legal and contractual obligations, privacy and information security. MYOBI offers an effective approach based on the TTP Code of Conduct GDPR, generally accepted maturity levels and an accessible accountability on the MYOBI website that is confirmed on the basis of a plausibility test. See: Why is the Accountability Seal important.
The service desk employee supports ‘the journey’ of the user on the trust network and ensures that your goal is reached.