The ConSol services and software solutions exclusively adress to business clients. ConSol respects and protects the privacy of its customers and visitors to its website. We adhere strictly to the provisions under data protection laws. Our data protection policy explains how the personal data of our visitors is collected and used. It also applies to the ConSol website.
Collection and Use of Information
At various points in its website, ConSol collects information to offer its customers and visitors more convenience. ConSol is the sole owner of the information collected on this site. This information is not sold or leased in any manner whatsoever to any third parties not affiliated with the company.
Different types of data are collected, depending on whether a visitor registers on our website or not.
Automatic capture of anonymous data when there is no registration:
ConSol stores log files that contain IP addresses to analyze trends, diagnose problems with its servers, and monitor traffic and usage to better serve its customers and website visitors.
ConSol understands the analysis of the received data as part of its internet service. ConSol thus wants to further improve the website and adapt it even more to the needs of its users.
Visitors may change whether they want to accept cookies beyond the technically necessary ones at any time (opt in):
Additionally, visitors can set their browser to not accept cookies at all. However, this may prevent the use of certain parts of ConSol's website.
On our website, Google Analytics has been extended by the code "gat._anonymizeIp();" in order to ensure the anonymous collection of IP addresses.
The following applies to registered users:
As is customary in the industry, ConSol utilizes pixel tags and other methods to collect information about e-mails that the company mails out to registered website users as well as about the recipients of e-mails that registered users send to other persons. Pixel tags are tiny graphics files contained in HTML-encoded e-mails. When such an e-mail is opened in an HTML-capable e-mail program, the recipient’s computer accesses the ConSol servers to locate the pixel tag file. This allows ConSol to record and store information, such as e-mail addresses, the date and time when the recipient opened the e-mail, the HTML capability of the recipient’s e-mail program, and other protocol information. ConSol uses this information to optimize the delivery of future e-mails.
Our service provider CleverReach GmbH & Co. KG uses exclusively contents or e-mail address lists provided by ConSol for the creation or delivery of communications requested by ConSol.
Unsubscribing and Updating Information
If a user no longer wishes to receive the ConSol Newsletter, mailings, and promotional information, it is possible to unsubscribe by simply following the instructions contained in each Newsletter. If personal data changes or an e-mail recipient no longer wishes to receive specific mailings, all information or specific data can be corrected, updated, or deleted by entering the relevant changes on our website.
Security and Data Protection
ConSol and its service providers take all precautionary measures to protect the confidentiality and security of the information of website visitors and customers by means of industry-specific security measures, such as firewalls, in combination with carefully developed security procedures. These measures serve to protect visitor and customer information from loss, misuse, or unauthorized changes.
The employees of ConSol have been trained and obligated to protect the information of customers and website visitors. Using physical, electronic, and procedural measures, we limit access to such personal information to the employees who require such information for business purposes. In addition, we conduct regular inspections to examine the appropriateness of our security measures.
Data transmissions to third countries occur only in connection with contractual execution, necessary communications, and other exceptions specifically stipulated in the German Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG).
These third countries are: USA.
Data Protection Officer
ConSol employs a data protection officer who is responsible for the internal supervision of ConSol’s data protection policy. ConSol trains its employees regularly to ensure compliance with this policy.
Current data protection officer: Michael Elbel
Links to Other Websites
The website of ConSol or communications created by ConSol may contain links to other websites. ConSol does not accept liability for the data protection practices or the contents of such other websites. Visitors who do not agree with such companies’ collection of information about them should contact the companies in question directly.
If you have questions or concerns about this policy, please contact the acting data protection officer at the address below or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
We do not accept any liability for the contents of external links, despite careful monitoring of the contents. Only the operators of the linked websites are responsible for their contents.
ConSol GmbH 2021