Advantio Ltd with registered office at Block 4 - Harcourt Centre, Dublin (Ireland), in its capacity of data controller regarding the processing of personal data, complies with European Regulation no. 2016/679 (“GDPR”) in all personal data processing activities. We value your privacy and we do not gather any personal information that you don’t consent to sharing with us. We only collect information required for us to deliver you the best service and excellent support our customers have come to expect.
We never publish, share or sell your information without your explicit consent. Any personal data that is shared with Advantio will be treated with the highest standard of security and confidentiality.
We may collect personal data when you interact with our website, for example when you download a whitepaper or complete a contact form. When doing so, we request your consent and we will inform you what this consent covers. We might use the information we collect in the following ways:
We keep data from contacts who have opted in to receiving our marketing information until they revert that opt-in or until they haven't engaged with Advantio content, such as the website, emails or our colleagues, for 2 years.
We value our blog subscribers and we will not unsubscribe followers providing they regularly visit our website and engage with our content. We do not want to unsubscribe any of our followers from our blog or marketing updates unless they do so themselves.
Advantio is required to store payment card (PCI) data on our customers for at least 3 years with a maximum time limit of 10 years and one month. More detailed information can be made available to you through your account manager.
Advantio will not use information in ways other than defined in this privacy statement. We will never sell, trade or otherwise share your personal data, anonymised or otherwise, without your consent. This does not include trusted third parties or processors we leverage in our day to day business practices. These trusted partners may be agencies or software providers.
According to the article 29 of the GDPR, we only work with GDPR compliant processors and joint controllers. It may occur that we must release personally identifiable information (PII) to European government bodies where there is a mandatory legal requirement to do so. Personally identifiable information includes information which can be used to identify you. Examples of personally identifiable information are your name, email address, your address and phone number.
It is easy and straightforward to unsubscribe from our emails any time you wish. We include detailed unsubscribe instructions at the bottom of each email. Alternatively, please complete the contact us form with a note and we will adhere to your request. In accordance with GDPR, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time, to access to personal data, or the correction or deletion of personal data, and also have the right to restrict processing of the data in the cases set out in article 18 of the GDPR. Furthermore, in the case where processing is based on consent or a contract and carried out with automated tools, data subjects have the right to receive the personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, and to transmit the data to another data controller without obstruction. In any case you have the right to lodge a complaint to the competent Supervisory Authority in the member state where they are resident or where they work, or the member state where the alleged breach took place. You can simply email Andrea Raeli, our senior consultant in charge of all privacy related matters: firstname.lastname@example.org