ST. JOHN’S, Newfoundland and Labrador — Newfoundland-based tech startup Metricsflow is excited to announce that we have officially been certified for ISO/IEC 27001:2013 (ISO 27001), affirming our commitment to data privacy and security.
Host Lloydetta Quaicoe talks with Isaac Adejuwon - CEO of Metricsflow on his journey and how important it is to connect culturally to be relevant within the schools and province, and contribute towards an inclusive and cohesive society.
Isaac Adejuwon, chief executive officer of Metricsflow, is developing technology to replace web cookies, the tiny digital files that track online use. He wishes the startup sector was better known in Newfoundland and Labrador. Its 200 tech companies bring in investments worth over $1.6 billion, he says, and these companies are always hunting for talent.
Metricsflow wants to be an alternative for companies that rely on third-party cookies and need a way to track visitor insights. Furthermore, according to Metricsflow, companies lose roughly 40% of their visitor data through cookies.
Metricsflow recently backed by Silicon Valley-based VC fund GoAhead in push towards a more privacy-friendly user experience on the web.