This privacy and cookie statement applies to Intrador. This statement gives you as a user of our website (ww.intrador.com) insight into the data that Intrador processes, the purposes for which we process data and the way in which the data is processed.
Intrador respects the privacy of all parties involved and ensures that the personal information you provide is treated confidentially. Intrador therefore adheres to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This means that we:
We are a software tools-based organisation. This means that our team of specialists works with mainly asset data on a daily basis for a wide range of customers. Our team of specialists collects and analyzes data in order to provide sound SaaS solutions in the right way. We collect and analyse data to perform the agreement with our customers to provide one or more of our services. We keep this data until the service has been provided, unless we have to keep the data to comply with our (tax) legal obligation. For example, we are obliged to keep our tax records for seven years, and in some cases ten years.
We act as a processor with regard to the data. This is because we only process data on behalf of our customers and will not use personal data for our own purposes. We only use aggregated data to improve our services.
When a (potential) customer sends Intrador an email, fill in a contact form, request for a demo or otherwise contact Intrador, we will use such messages to answer your request or question. We will keep your data for as long as necessary for this contact or for a maximum of two years after we last had contact with you. For this we use the following personal data:
Intrador provides value to you, our customers, in a transparent way. We respect the individual’s privacy and the security of all communications and data transfers. This is the core value of Intrador, as well as a responsibility we take very seriously.
If you feel that we are not helping you in the right way, please contact us. If you still feel that Intrador is not helping you in the right way, you have the right to file a complaint with the supervisory authority. This is called the Dutch Data Protection Authority.