All of the information you provide in contacting us, or in any of our work with you remains private and confidential.
We do not reveal or pass on your email addresses or any other contact details to any third parties, and we do not send unsolicited email. The only exception to this policy may be in compliance with a request from a law enforcement agency.
Your personal information is collected only through: our contact forms; from your email correspondence with us; from your order details, from our support system, or from your postings or comments on this blog.
Users are required to give us contact information, such as your name, postal code and email address. Certain information, including your email address, is collected in order to verify your identity and for use in our records. We collect customer registration information about you and your company if you open an account with us.
If you select the option to remember your username and login automatically to our support system, then a cookie containing that information will be stored on your computer.
To help us provide the best performance and reading experience for visitors to this blog, we use standard cookies provided by SquareSpace, who provide hosting services for the blog. Those standard cookies help us to analyse which pages our readers find most useful. Most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings. To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit www.allaboutcookies.org
If you choose to purchase software or services from us, we need to collect your personal contact details, but any credit card details you provide are processed only by Braintree or PayPal secure systems. We do not capture or store your credit card details on any part of our system.
If you choose to correspond with us through email, we may retain the content of your email messages together with your email address and our responses.
We use any personal information only for the purposes of administering our business activities, providing customer service and marketing, or testing any software bought or used by you or your company. Information collected at this web site is kept in our records only as long as is necessary to provide services to our customers, or for accounting requirements.
This web site is hosted by SquareSpace, a company based in The United States of America. By using this blog you also consent to the storage of data on our web server in the USA.
We will only send newsletters or emails to you if you have asked to receive them, or if you have expressed an interest in any of our products, services or blogs. If you would like us to contact you about our software or services, you may opt in to a free newsletter subscription by updating your customer profile, or by contacting us directly.
Our support desk system uses automated replies to update you on the progress of your requests.
We use all reasonable measures to safeguard any data which you provide to us.
This Acceptable Use Policy (“Policy”) sets out the terms under which you may access this blog. If you do not agree with the terms of this Policy then you may not use this web site.
You may not use this blog:
If a breach of this Acceptable Use Policy has occurred, Quartile Software Limited as owners and operators of this blog, may take such action as it deems appropriate including denying you access to the web site, bringing legal proceedings against you and disclosing such information to law enforcement authorities as Quartile Software Limited considers appropriate.