Personal information can be defined as information that may be used to identify you, for example, your name and email address. When you visit the website, you can do so without providing any of this information if you wish.
There are a few exceptions to not requiring personal information as some additional services on the website do require the consent of your data in order to progress, these include:
When you subscribe to the DataConsulting newsletter certain personal information is required, this information is limited to your full name and email address.
Upon contacting DataConsulting, via the website, personal information is required, this information includes but is not limited to your full name, job title, company name, contact information and email address.
If you book a training course hosted by DataConsulting or an event, hosted by us or our partners, personal information is required, this information includes but is not limited to your full name, job title, company name, contact information, email address and in some cases your billing address.
The way DataConsulting uses your data depends on how it was collected in the first place, below you will find a definitive list on how your personal information is used depending on how you gave it to us:
DataConsulting uses a third-party provider, MailChimp, to manage its subscriber list and deliver its newsletter. Statistics around email opening and clicks are gathered using industry standard technology which help to monitor the effectiveness and improve the newsletters content.
For more information you can take a look at MailChimp’s privacy notice by clicking here.
You can unsubscribe at any time from DataConsulting’s newsletter by clicking the unsubscribe link which is located at the very bottom of the newsletter or by contacting DataConsulting’s data protection officer at email@example.com
DataConsulting stores this information on its customer relationship management (CRM) system until no longer necessary, for example until the initial query is solved, or upon a customer’s request.
DataConsulting stores this information on its customer relationship management (CRM) system until no longer necessary, for example business is concluded, or upon a customer’s request.
DataConsulting does not share visitor information except when it is necessary to do so, for example:
You are entitled to access the personal information DataConsulting holds on you at any time, for free, by emailing your request to our data protection officer at firstname.lastname@example.org
DataConsulting’s principal place of business is:
DataConsulting Ltd, Unit 3, Appleton Court, Calder Park
Wakefield, WF2 7AR, United Kingdom.