CMP International AG
life’s digital game changer

The company

CMP International AG markets highly innovative products and services for effective, digital businesses in the B2G, B2B and B2C sectors through its distribution company Clicks & Bricks GmbH.

The expertise and know-how of CMP Digital Factory GmbH and Gesellschaft für kommunalen Einkauf mbH (GFKE) (company for municipal procurement) come under the umbrella of CMP International AG.
CMP Digital Factory is a specialist in the trading platforms segment with social media functionalities, and develops a new generation of professional media systems, billing and merchandise management systems.
GFKE has in-depth expertise in digital municipal procurement.

BCT Enterprise Information Management (NL) is another founding shareholder of CMP International AG. With over 170 employees, BCT is one of the leading providers of solutions for digitised citizen processes, multitenant online services, portal technology, content management and records management. BCT’s customer base includes more than 160 municipalities and over 150,000 users in international companies and organisations.

Access to new markets and customers. From regional to global through innovative forms of marketing.

Digitisation business models

Solutions provided by CMP International AG, which are marketed exclusively by CMP Clicks & Bricks GmbH, offer customers the opportunity to implement a fully comprehensive digitisation strategy.
We provide a range of individual added-value components and advantages for municipalities, cities, companies, non-profit organisations and end-customers based on target group-specific customer analyses.

The CMP International AG technology focuses primarily on the following business models:

Communications and trading platform



Management for businesses

Industrial processes

The interaction between cities, municipalities, companies, your employees and citizens will be digital in future.

Communications and trading platform

The new generation is ceasing to rely on traditional communication channels to communicate and prefer the latest communication channels with a time-flexible and autonomous component (e.g., chats and Messenger). Our communication platform, Clicks & Bricks, offers all the standard functionalities of a well-established social media platform with a connected store module. Product marketing is also carried out without media disruption.

Pioneers of digital procurement


We have provided a specifically designed product portfolio and services for the comprehensive processing of purchasing for procurement
in the public sector for over 10 years.

One of the leading ordering platforms in Germany for cities and municipalities.

The focus is in the areas where the greatest savings can be achieved through electronic procurement processes that are individually tailored to the respective organisation. The level of use of the functionalities is scalable and can be integrated into the organisational network based on the customer specifications.

We work with our partners to offer customers a comprehensive digitisation strategy.


Digitisation of management and your processes.

Platform-based software components and information management services help you build a vibrant and expanding information network that is secure, responsible and sustainable. Our information management solutions and technologies in processes, documents and items
form the basis of digital platforms.

Shape the real, digital future with strong partners.

Our partners

Would you like to find out more about our digitisation strategy?

CMP International community

For additional details on our CMP International community please contact us at:
please contact our marketing company CMP Clicks & Bricks GmbH at: auf.

CMP International AG
Löhestraße 18
53773 Hennef
Tel.: +49 2242 96976-30
Fax: +49 2242 96976-33


CMP International AG
Löhestraße 18
53773 Hennef

Tel.: +49 2242 96976-30
Fax: +49 2242 96976-33


District court of Siegburg, HRB 14519

Wilfried Maiworm

CMP International AG provides accurate and up-to-date information, but can accept no responsibility or liability, express or implied, for the completeness, accuracy and timeliness of the information made available and disseminated via the Internet. Use of the information for your own purposes is at your own risk. CMP International AG can assume no liability. All offers are non-binding. CMP International AG reserves the right to modify or add to the offer in whole or in part, delete or cease publication of the offer temporarily or permanently without prior notice.

This website also contains links or references to offers of third parties. The links to third-party websites do not constitute or endorse CMP International AG’s consent to the content of such sites. CMP International AG can accept no responsibility for the availability or content of such websites and assumes no liability for damage or injury resulting from use regardless of the nature of such content. Links to other websites are provided to visitors of this website as a gesture of courtesy only, and any connection to such websites are at the user’s own risk.

Current as of: 19.09.2018

The following notice informs you in accordance with the legal requirements about

1. us as the controller responsible for processing your personal details as is described in the following document (“your data”)
2. how we process your data when you visit our website,
3. how we process your data when you communicate with us and
4. your rights regarding the processing of your data.

1. Controller responsible for processing your data and contact

CMP International AG („we“) is the controller responsible for processing your data as described in this document. You can contact us at:

General contact
CMP International AG

Löhestraße 18
53773 Hennef

Tel.: +49 2242 96976-30
Fax: +49 2242 96976-33


Questions pertaining to data protection
CMP International AG

Löhestraße 18
53773 Hennef

Tel.: +49 2242 96976-30
Fax: +49 2242 96976-33


2. How your data is processed when visiting

For which purposes do we process your data?

When you visit our website, your device requests pages and our webserver transfers them to you. Any form data that you input will also be transferred to us. This all takes place based on the HTTP/S internet protocol.

Essentially, you do not need to identify yourself or log in for this to happen. The requests and responses from our server are classified based on your IP address, which can be used to link this data to you.

This connection data and any form data is processed to enable you to visit our website and to achieve the purpose of your visit to the site (e.g. establishing contact with us).

Furthermore, we record each server contact in a log file. We use this log file data for technical troubleshooting purposes as well as to prevent illegal access to our systems. We also use it to examine such illegal access and to prosecute any persons responsible for it. On top of that, we also use the log files that have already been saved to generate evaluations that we use to optimize our website. Any such evaluation is anonymous. It takes place via summarizing access data which renders the results totally impersonal.

Are you required to give us your data and what would be the results if you do not provide us with them?

You are obviously not obliged to visit our website. Unfortunately, it is not possible to use our website without the data mentioned above being processed.

What is the legal basis upon which we process your data? What are our legitimate interests in doing so?

The legal basis of any processing of your data that takes place is dependent on the reason for your visit to our website:

– If you are visiting our website to look at our products and perhaps enter into a contract with us, the legal basis for the processing of your connection data and any form data is in accordance with Art. 6, subparagraph 1 (b) of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) – processing that is necessary for the initiation or bringing about of a contract.

– Otherwise, the processing generally takes place based on our legitimate interests in accordance with Art. 6 subparagraph 1 (f) GDPR. Our legitimate interests consist of operating a website for advertising purposes and for general informative and communicative purposes relating to our business aims.

Processing of the log file data generally takes place based on our legitimate interests in accordance with Art. 6 subparagraph 1 (f) GDPR. Our legitimate interests consist of protecting our installations and systems from attack and to prosecute any attackers as well as to further develop the business goals of our websites.

Who is involved in processing my data?

Essentially, the processing of your data takes place fully automatically on our web server. This is hosted by Web-Hoster Variomedia AG, August-Bebel-Straße 68, 14482 Potsdam on the basis of job processing in accordance with Art. 28 GDPR. Log files are only used exceptionally by our IT department (as may be the case when troubleshooting or clarifying attacks); these logfiles may be transferred to public offices such as law enforcement agencies and courts. They would then be used to examine or trace illegal attacks on our systems.

Any form data is, like connection data, regularly only processed by our webserver (such as would be necessary for a search function) or it may be forwarded to internal or external recipients for the purposes necessary for each function.

How long is my data stored?

The log file data is stored for 3 months. Connection data is deleted directly after the HTTP/S has been called up. Form data is saved for as long as is necessary for the relevant action.

3. Processing of your data when communicating with us

For which purposes do we process your data?

If you contact us with an issue or we contact you, we process personal data such as name, address, telephone number as well as the content of the communication. This is all saved to enable us to communicate with you.

We only use this communication data for the purpose of the communication itself and most notably, to deal with your request. On top of that, we process communications data to comply with any legal storage requirements.

Are you required to give us your data and what would be the results if you do not provide us with them?

You are obviously not obliged to contact us. However, we can only process your enquiry if you give us sufficient information to do so.

What is the legal basis upon which we process your data? What are our legitimate interests in doing so?

– Your data is processed on the basis of Art. 6, subparagraph 1 (b) GDPR, inasmuch as the data is being processed in order to initiate or bring about a contract with you.
– Otherwise, the legal basis depends on the actual reason for the exchange. In most cases, Art. 6 subparagraph 1 (f) GDPR will be applicable (our legitimate interest to carry out business correspondence or to respond to enquiries regarding data protection and to fulfil your rights in accordance with subparagraph 4).
– Where further processing takes place to comply with a legal storage period, the legal basis Art. 6 subparagraph 1 (c) GDPR in conjunction with the relevant applicable storage periods applies (especially §§257 of the German Commercial Code and §147 of the German General Fiscal Code)

Who is involved with the processing of my data

– The department that is responsible for communication with you or that is responsible for your enquiry.
– Any associated companies, where the enquiry is relevant for them

How long is your data saved?

Communication data is deleted as soon as it is no longer necessary for communication with you and once any legal storage periods have expired. For business communications such as e-mails this is normally six years after the end of the year in which they were received.

4. Your rights with regards to the processing of your data.

Whenever we process your data, the law states that you have a right
of information and access (Art. 13-15 EU GDPR)
to rectification of incorrect or completion of incomplete data (Art. 16 EU GDPR)
to erasure; this especially applies for data that is no longer necessary (Art. 17 EU GDPR)
restriction of processing (Art. 18 EU GDPR)
to object to the processing of your data, in particular if that processing is based on legitimate interests of controller (Art. 21 EU GDPR)
to data portability, as long as the processing is taking place with your consent or to fulfil a contract and is carried out using automated means (Art. 20 EU GDPR)

Where your data is being processed with your consent (Art. 6 subparagraph 1 (a) or Art. 9 subparagraph 2 (a) GDPR), you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time. This does not affect the legality of any processing that took place before you withdrew your consent.
You may contact us as described in section 1 / „Enquiries regarding data protection” to obtain further information on your legal rights under the law and to exercise them. You may also direct complaints to directly us or to the relevant regulatory authority. For us, this is the State Representative for Data Protection and Information Freedom, North Rhine-Westphalia Postfach 200444, 40102 Düsseldorf,

In case of discrepancies between the German and this English version of this notice, the German version shall be deemed relevant.

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