WebPraxis takes its responsibilities towards the security of your information very seriously. We are committed to safeguarding your privacy whilst providing you with a professional and personalised service.
This statement explains how WebPraxis use your personal information when providing that service and what steps we take to look after it.
We may update this Statement from time to time. If we do, material changes will be notified on our website at least 30 days prior to any change being implemented.
What type of personal information might we collect?
To help us provide you with great customer service we need to be able to identify you and distinguish you from our other customers or clients. To do this we may ask you for your name, address, telephone number, email address, job title, and company name. If we need any further personal information we will tell you at the time why we are asking for it and wherever possible give you choices about how it is used.
How we collect your personal information
We will collect information from you when you use our enquiry forms, or when we make direct personal contact (for example, by email or over the phone) in order to conduct business with you.
How we use your information
WebPraxis will only use your information because it is relevant to our dealings with you i.e. for the provision of the goods and/or services that you have requested from us; so it may be used for things such as billing, customer services, and reporting depending on our relationship with you.
Who will your personal information be shared with?
Your personal information will only be used within WebPraxis. We will never share your personal information with third parties.
WebPraxis may also use the information you provide to us to keep you up to date and tell you about our products and services; this may include details about our products and services. We will not sell, trade or rent your personal information to others.
How we protect your information
WebPraxis takes its responsibilities towards all its information very seriously and we have robust security and data protection compliance measures in place to make sure your personal information is protected against unauthorised or unlawful disclosures or accidental or unlawful loss.
What happens if you are unhappy about how we use your personal information?
In the first instance you should get in touch with WebPraxis via the contact options within the website.
What are Cookies?
- To track user activity, such as number of site visitors and to identify popular and successful content, as well as finding ways to improve the website for our users.
- To implement social media functions such as Tweet and Google +1 buttons.
- To enable the Disqus commenting feature in our blog articles.
- To add Google maps to our “contact us” page.
Please note that none of the cookies on our website can cause harm to your computer and no personally identifiable data is stored within them.
WebPraxis currently employ an ‘implied consent’ policy, meaning that we assume you are happy with the usage of cookies on our website. However, if you are not happy with this, we recommend you either delete WebPraxis cookies after browsing the website or use your web browsers anonymous browsing functions (called “Incognito” in Chrome, “InPrivate” for Internet Explorer, “Private Browsing” in Firefox and Safari etc.)
If you choose to disable cookies while browsing our website, the features listed in the above tables will not be able to function and may affect your browsing experience.
The following table’s list the various cookies we use on our website, along with a description of what they do.
First Party Cookies at webpraxis.co.uk
These cookies are required by Google Analytics in order to track how our visitors use our website, the method by which they arrived at our site and how they navigate the website.
We use the data to make informed decisions in terms of changes in content and website structure.
Third Party Cookies at webpraxis.co.uk
Twitter Tweet Button
These cookies allow us to add the Twitter button to our blog articles which is used by visitors to post a link to the article on their Twitter account.
These cookies allow Google Maps to record how many users are using the service as well as save user preferences.
These cookies are used by the Google +1 button used on our blog so that our visitors can share and show their interest in our articles. Google will record data about the page the visitor was viewing and will allow Google users to receive customised content based on their +1’s.
These cookies allow us to use the Disqus commenting system in our blog.
We don’t control the settings of these third party cookies, so we recommend checking their websites for more information.