Intelliquip, Inc. and Intelliquip Europe Ltd., have a deep respect for your privacy. As such, we are committed to the security of the information you give us and have made steps to protect your personal data.
As an entity with clients and end users in the European Union, that receives and processes a variety of data, we adhere to the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR“).
We are a global company founded on the core values of integrity and collaboration, and we think transparency about how we handle information is vital for all our clients and their end users.
What is Personal Data?
For the purpose of this document, personal data means any information relating to an identifiable natural person. That is, one who can be identified by reference to an identifier such as a name, an email, an identification number, location data; or to one or more bio-identifiable factors specific to the identity of that natural person (the “Personal Data”) – directly or indirectly.
Personal data will be collected and used in the following ways described herein:
The Information We Collect
We collect the following types of data about you when you:
- visit our website, where we collect usage data (e.g., Cookie data);
- communicate with us via email, phone, or our website’s contact form.
Information You Give Us
We have various information boxes throughout our website which request personal data in exchange for access to information; literature, videos, email and blog lists. You do not need to provide this personal information; however, if the requested information is not provided, you may then not be able to view certain information throughout our website. The information asked for may consist of portions of the following:
- first & last name,
- company name,
- address, city, postal code,
- country, and
- if you are a manufacturer.
Information We Collect About You
We use a certain number of third-party service providers for certain technical analysis that meet high standards of data protection and security.
We collect small data files typically involving technical information, called cookies, during your visits to our site. This information is collected so we can give you the best experience on our site and help us improve our site.
How we use the Information we collect
The information we collect from you or about you—whether personal or technical—may be used in the following ways:
- We may email or call you, but only keep that information for a reasonable amount of time. You can ask us to add you to our email list. You can unsubscribe from this email list at any time. Each email you will receive from us has a link to unsubscribe.
- We share anonymous website usage information with analytics providers that assist us in the improvement and optimization of our site. Personal data is not shared.
Where we store your information
We do not automatically persist your contact form data in any formal database. Instead, it generates an email to sales at which time we contact you. You may be added to our Customer Relationship Management System (CRM) and mailing list if the salesperson feels it relevant. You have the option of opting out of any email list.
How long do we store your information?
We store your Personal Data for no longer than necessary. As discussed below, you have the “Right to be Forgotten,” which means that if certain grounds apply, You have the right to have your Personal Data erased from our storage without undue delay. See below for how we can be contacted should you desire to exercise Your Right to be Forgotten.
You have rights
- The right to know how your data is collected
- The right to know how your data is being used
- The right to opt out at any time
- The right to be forgotten
If you wish exercise your “Right to be Forgotten”
Please contact us at email@example.com
Who to contact
What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files that websites place on your computer or mobile device. Cookies are used by virtually all online website service providers, as they help to facilitate a smooth interaction between the user and the website. Cookies often include an anonymous unique identifier.
The cookies that Intelliquip sets are known as “first party cookies.” Cookies set by affiliated services (such as Google Analytics) are known as “third party cookies.”
Intelliquip uses some third party cookies help us improve our web app performance and better understand usage via analytics.
These are often used to help recognize a user when they return to the website.
These are non-essential to the core functionality behind our web applications and can be refused (see below). You may lose peripheral functionality such as the ability to view our product videos.
|NID||6 months||Used for Google Maps relating to our HQ location on our Contact Us page. Opt-out Instructions.|
|Svid||2100||Allow you to view Intelliquip product videos through Sprout, our video hosting service.|
Analytical / Performance Cookies
These are often used to improve the overall user experience on our website.
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|Google analytics is a common tool used to track website traffic, anonymously collecting user behavior and website page speeds, etc. We use it to help improve the user experience and better understand how our users use our web apps.
Can I control my cookies?
You can set or amend your web browser controls to accept or refuse some or all cookies. If you choose to reject non-essential cookies, you may still use our Website – though access to some functionality and areas may be degraded or eliminated. Check your browser’s help menu for more information or search online for helpful tips.
This Policy is not Legal Advice
This policy is being provided to you as part of the effort by Intelliquip, Inc. and Intelliquip Europe Ltd. to ensure that You understand the scope and impact of the processing of Your Personal Data that takes place in conjunction with the utilization of our services as well as Your rights associated with the use and storage of Your Personal Data. However, the information provided herein is not for the purpose of providing You legal advice. Should you need legal advice regarding Your Personal Data, you should seek counsel from an attorney.