SPLICE Software values your privacy—this policy outlines what information we collect and why we collect it. Our two primary categories of personal information we collect are:
We collect your information to better provide services to both you and your end users:
When you visit our website or sign up for a demo, we collect information automatically using tracking technologies (e.g. cookies, pixels, webforms, etc.). We collect this information to help you determine what services you may need from us and to have a better, more personalized web experience with us. Some of information that we may collect include unique identifiers, browser types, operating system, etc. We also collect information about your interaction with our services, including IP address, date, time, etc. We collect this information when your device contacts our servers.
Please contact your sales representative or an account manager to update your preferences. Or contact email@example.com to opt-out of marketing promotions.
We use your end users’ data to provide personalized, data-driven communications to your end user based off of your program requirements. We will only contact those customers who are part of the program(s) and never outside of it. We only use the data you provide to contact them as you request it. We may also use the data to provide better insights to you in order to grow your programs and provide better experiences to the end users. We also store your end users’ communication preferences for compliance purposes (including opt-outs & opt-ins).
We protect data with industry best practices for transactional and data-at-rest encryption, auditing, logging, and access control. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We maintain servers throughout North America. Data protection laws vary among countries, with some providing more protection than others. We consider the same security no matter where we process your data, while also complying with certain specific compliancy in restricted areas, relating to the transfer of data, such as the EU-US.