Privacy Policy

EFEXCON AG
Löberenstrasse 47
CH 6300 Zug

represented by Chairman Rüdiger Gros

Contact

Phone CH: +41 41 588 02 54
Phone DE: +49 3222 1099 343
Email: info@efexcon.com

Registrierungs-Nummern

HRA: CHE-112.673-353
VAT-Nr: CHE-112.673.353 MWST
DUNS-Nr: 483221813

Image sources

Fotolia, Shutterstock, FreePik, Pixabay, Pexels, Videohive, Microsoft Partner Marketing, 99designs, own pictures. If we have missed a source, we ask the owner for a hint.

These legal notices also apply to social media and social media links and content

XING company profile
LinkedIn company profile

Purpose of our website

Our websites are built to inform companies about

  • our portfolio and services
  • topics related to our portfolio and services
  • technologies or events related to our portfolio and services

All topics are exclusively related to B2B business.

Furthermore, we offer opportunities to contact us digitally or to purchase services or products directly on our pages.

European Data Protection Regulation GDPR

Data storage without explicit consent

The European Data Protection Regulation, which is valid since the 25.05.2018, strengthens the right of consumers to prevent the unwanted use of personal data.

This also serves to protect against annoying calls, SPAM, unwanted advertising and the unauthorized disclosure of personal data to third parties.

With this justified and meaningful reorganization of the data protection laws, however, the lawful data processing without consent is not questioned (see also this external expert blog from KPMG Switzerland).

Interaction options provided on our web pages are basically meant to deliver general information. On top, we provide services to B2B customers or prospects to directly order demos or to buy services.

Data storage with explicit consent

Should there be situations on our websites or in business transactions where the constellation requires the storage of sensitive personal data, we will show the scope and purpose of to be stored data.

The affected person can freely decide on his consent at any time. If the affected person agrees to data storage, he may revoke the storage at any time if this does not violate the legal rules or the basic purpose of the agreed use of the data.

Confidentiality (Non Disclosure Agreement)

We do not disclose any data, trade secrets or information that is not publicly available to third parties.

Electronic data storage

General

By visiting our web pages you will get basic digital data. That is the basis of the Internet and unavoidable.

Although there is much talk about data misuse and surveillance on the Internet, the purpose of data storage on our websites is limited to the functions necessary to fulfill the purpose of the website.

IP addresses

Our web servers and connected Google Analytics tools store the IP address provided by you or your internet service provider.

When you navigate our web pages, the history of your navigation is stored in the log files of the analysis tools.

The following data will be logged:

  • Visited website
  • Time at the time of access
  • Amount of data sent in bytes
  • Source / reference from which you came to the page
  • Used browser
  • Operating system used
  • Used IP address

Collected data is used to improve the website.

However, the website operator reserves the right to retrospectively check the server logfiles should concrete evidence point to unlawful use

When you fill in a form and submit data to us, the associated IP address on the web server and the data you provide will be stored in our CRM system.

Cookies

Our website uses so-called session cookies to store small textual information on your computer via the web browser, should this be necessary to carry out the action you have selected. This is the case when you use online courses, place orders, submit forms, or leave comments on blog articles.

Session cookies are usually only used for the duration of your session and you can delete cookies in your browser at any time.

You may block cookies in the browser, in which case some functions on our websites may not work as expected.

We use Google Analytics and Google Analytics uses so-called Website Tracking Cookies, which can be stored on your computer via your browser as described above.

We have configured Google Analytics (compliant with the European Data Protection Regulation DSGVO), so that no personal data can be collected.

If you want to know more about Google’s compliance with the European Data Protection Regulation, you will find the relevant information here.

Legal right of objection

If you generally do not want web pages to collect analysis information about you, then you can generally enable the “Do not Track” setting in your browser.

These settings then apply not only to our websites, but generally to all websites you visit that interpret this privacy policy correctly.

Videos & external links

On our websites, we have partly linked to videos in external sources such as Youtube, Channel9, Vimeo.

In our blogs, we have sometimes linked to author sources on other blogs or social media.

Whenever you click on a link that leads to a source outside of our own website, it is technically necessary to call another web server – and thereby transfer the data from your web browser to another provider.

In these cases, then the privacy policy of the providers, on whose servers the linked content is stored.

Data storage from e-mail, website forms and surveys

If you submit data via e-mail, website forms or survey surveys, we will store that information in our CRM system to answer your request and process a resulting business relationship.

Data stored with us will not be disclosed to third parties, unless there are legal obligations that require this.

The use of our website is basically possible without providing personal data. If personal data (eg name, address or e-mail) are collected, this will only be done within the scope of a service you have selected (eg. in a contact request form, newsletter subscription, etc.) and on a voluntary basis.

Collected personal data will not be disclosed to third parties without your explicit consent.

Our websites generally use encrypted data transmission, however, we point out that data transmission over the Internet can have security gaps (eg in the case of communication by e-mail). A complete end-to-end protection of your data from access by third parties is technically not possible.

Liability for content

The contents of our website are provided with great care and are constantly updated. However, we can not guarantee the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of the content. While we endeavor to provide accurate and complete information on our website, we do not guarantee that the information provided on this website is accurate, complete or up-to-date.

We reserve the right to change the information on this website at any time and without prior notice. We also do not timley guarantee update the information provided. All links to external content providers have been checked for accuracy at the time of their inclusion – but we are not liable for illegal, incorrect or incomplete contents and in particular for damages, which originate from contents of the linked sides.

Copyrights

The contents and fonts of the website operator are subject to Swiss copyright law. Reproduction, manipulation, distribution and any other form of exploitation that is not under copyright, requires the written consent of the respective author or creator.

Downloads and copies of this website are only permitted for private, non-commercial use. Insofar as the contents of this website are not provided by the operator, the copyrights of third parties are taken into account.

In particular, third-party content is identified as such. Should you nevertheless notice a copyright infringement, we ask you to inform us accordingly. With knowledge of the offense we will remove this contents immediately.

Abuse of the data published in the imprint

We expressly do not allow the use of personal data published in the imprint of our website. The operator of the website reserves the right to take legal action in case of unsolicited advertising.

Rights of the user: information, correction and deletion

As a user, you will receive, at your request, free information about which personal data has been stored about you. If your request does not conflict with a legal obligation to retain data (eg data retention laws), you are entitled to correct incorrect data and to block or delete your personal data.

Here are the instructions for disabling cookies and tracking for popular browsers:

The deactivation of cookies and website analyzes may result in limited usability and presentation of our website, in particular the function of forms or interactive elements may fail.

We assume no liability and no support for unexpected behavior on our websites, if you have disabled cookies and tracking.

If you are interested in our privacy policy, you will see in detail how we use cookies and tracking.