Strandlodsvej 44, 3.
2300 København S
How do we use your personal information?
When you use our contact form to request us to contact you, you submit your name and or company, email and or phone number as well as a message describing your inquiry. We use the information to form an impression of who we are going to contact, to help us prepare and as a result provide you with the best service possible.
Read about the legal basis for collecting, storing and processing your information in the Danish data protection legislation article 6, paragraph 1, point b and f (in Danish).
Storage and disclosure of your personal information
We store your personal information as long as it is necessary, and it depends on the purpose of how long we store them. If there is no longer a need to contact you, we will delete your information. We will not sell your information to third parties, as well as we will not pass on your personal information, unless it is our partners. Possible partners are agreed on beforehand and could be designers or marketing bureaus among others.
According to the Danish data protection legislation you are entitled to gain insight into the information we process about you. Additionally, you are entitled to have wrong personal information about you deleted as well as you are entitled to complain to The Danish Data Protection Agency about the way we process your personal data. Read more about the Danish data protection legislation.
Apptitude collects information by using cookies, for performance measurements and statistics. Both our own and third-party cookies are used. Read about cookies in the cookie guidelines (in Danish).
You can withdraw your cookie consent on our website at any time by clicking change consent in the footer of the page.
Data Processing Agreement
We take precautions to properly store and process personal data, when you engage in a cooperation with Apptitude ApS. In that case we will make sure to draw up a data processing agreement with you. The data processing agreement is about collecting, processing, deleting etc. personal data. Read more about data controllers and data processors on the website of The Danish Data Protection Agency.