Your privacy is important to us. As a necessary part of the operation of our business, we ask you to provide information that will enable us to follow up with you after your visit. It is optional for you to participate.
What information is collected and how is it used?
We request information when you a) download trial software b) register at the website c) subscribe to a mailing list. We ask for your name, email address and other appropriate information that would be needed to subscribe to services or product offers. In the case of mailings, you will be able to “unsubscribe” at any time.
It is our policy to Contact customers in the event of a potential problem with a purchase or any normal business communication.
Will Prism or EventTracker disclose information it collects to others?
No. We has never sold, rented or traded personal information to any outside parties, nor do we contemplate ever sharing this information in the future. When you provide your personal information such as name, address, phone number and company name, Prism and/or EventTracker will not give or sell this information to any outside company for any use.
We sometimes employs the services of outside parties for functions associated with marketing, sales, technical support and product shipping. We have no direct control over their use of the information we relay to them and can make no assurances regarding their use of your personal information. However, we would cease doing business with any party if they abused any information we relayed to them.
We may make use of “cookies” on our website. A cookie is a small text file that can be placed and stored on your computer’s hard disc when you visit a website for record keeping purposes. A cookie itself is not designed or intended to read any information from a user’s computer (other than the contents of the cookie); rather, it is an identifier used by the website that originally placed it on your hard drive. The actual contents of the cookie information can be retrieved by the same server to identify the computer and subsequently to customize, monitor, or regulate the use of a site based on information stored on the host server. Therefore, cookies only identify the user’s computer to the Web site which may correlate other information, including personally identifying information, with the cookie.