This is Intu Enterprise Oy's registry and Privacy Statement in accordance with the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Our Company Privacy Statement describes what kind of personal information we may collect about our customer when he or she uses our service. The description of the register also indicates the purposes for which we may use the personal data we collect. By using our website and services, our customers consent to the processing of their personal data in accordance with the privacy statement we have prepared and updated.
Intu Enterprises Ltd
Address: Betonimiehenkuja 3 D, 02150 Espoo
Tel:+358 40 139 9069
Tel: +358 44 322 123 9
In order to create a customer account for a user, we process information such as emails, names, passwords, organizations, and other information that may be added to a user’s account. We may also collect information that is collected automatically. Such information includes, but is not limited to, the user's IP address, browser type and version, sitelinks and their use (including navigating to our site, navigating elsewhere on our site, and navigating between different sections of our site). This type of information is used to resolve potential problems and to improve and improve the quality of the service. In addition, we may process billing information, contract information, and other information about your organization.
The personal data of our company's customers is used only for the purposes of the current Personal Data Act, such as:
- handling and maintaining customer relations
- delivering and sending customer letters and bulletins
- collecting information about the customer base
- For communication in the service, implementation, sale, management, invoicing of Intu Enterprise Oy and the company's partners, as well as marketing of products / services and development of the range of services.
- Intu Enterprise Oy has the right to utilize and disclose the anonymised information in its register for a justified use (eg opinion and market research) in accordance with the applicable Personal Data Act and other relevant legislation.
- The processing of personal data is in the legitimate interest of us or a third party without compromising the interests or rights of the user.
The retention periods for personal information received from our customers may vary depending on the law and their purpose and situation. Personal information will be updated as necessary and will be kept carefully only for as long as necessary.
When personal data are no longer needed for the purpose for which they were collected, the data shall be permanently deleted or anonymised within a reasonable time. The length of the retention period depends on the intended use of the data.
We may only share personal information with those authorized service providers that provide services to us (such as Infrastructure and IT Service Providers). We may also share your personal information with third parties if necessary to comply with applicable law or to detect and prevent any security or technical issues or crimes that may occur in our service.
The sources of information stored in our register include official contract documents, e-mail and telephone transactions, messages sent via online forms, messages received via social media, and personal information provided by the customer during our customer meetings.
We may use subcontractors and partners to process the information on our behalf, allowing personal information to be transferred to the countries where the information is processed. Personal data may also be transferred outside the EU / EEA. All our partners comply with GDPR requirements for data transfers outside the EU / EEA.
Our website formup.fi uses Google Analytics software to collect statistics about users of the online service. The software stores data about, among other things, which pages the users of the online service visit, how long they stay on those pages and what links they click on when doing business on the online service.
We process personal information in accordance with applicable data protection laws.
You have the right to request the following:
You have right to receive information about what we process and how we process your personal information, or confirmation that we will not process your information. In addition, you have the right to have inaccurate or incorrect information about you corrected.
You can require us to delete (or anonymize) your personal information or restrict its processing. If we have a statutory reason to refuse your request, we will notify you.
You can transfer personal information about you to another data controller. The processing of personal data that is the subject of the transfer must be based on your consent or agreement, and the processing of the data must be automatic.
You can withdraw your consent to the processing of personal data.
You can complain to the data protection authority if you feel that your personal data has been processed in breach of the law.