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Last modification: 10.06.2024

Data protection is a matter of trust, and your trust is important to us. This Privacy Notice, therefore, informs you how and for what purpose we collect, process, and use your personal data.

Among other things, you will learn in this Privacy Notice:

  • which personal data we collect and process;

  • the purposes for which we use your data;

  • who has access to your data;

  • what benefits our data processing has for you;

  • how long we process your data;

  • what rights you have about your data, and

  • how you can contact us.

We have aligned this Privacy Notice with the Swiss Data Protection Act and the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR has established itself worldwide as the benchmark for solid data protection. However, whether and to what extent the GDPR is applicable depends on the individual case.

This privacy policy informs you about what personal data we collect, how we use it, who can access it and what rights you have in relation to your data. It is based on the Swiss Data Protection Act and the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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1. What is this Privacy Notice about?

The person responsible for data processing and the contact person for data protection issues on this website and for the services we offer is:

inovit GmbH

Gewerbestrasse 4

8162 Steinmaur

Tel.: +41 58 100 09 60


2. Who is responsible for data processing?

This Privacy Notice applies to all persons whose data we process ("you"), regardless of how you contact us, e.g., on a website, in an app, by telephone, via a social network, at an event, etc. It applies to processing already collected and personal data collected in the future.

Our data processing may affect the following categories of persons in particular insofar as we process personal data:

  • Visitors to our websites;

  • Holders of a customer or partner account;

  • People who write to us or contact us in any other way;

  • Recipients of information and marketing communications;

  • Participants in competitions and prize draw;

  • Participants in customer events and public events;

  • Contact persons of our suppliers, customers, and other business partners as well as of organizations and authorities; and

  • Job applicants

This privacy policy informs you about what personal data we collect, how we use it, who can access it and what rights you have in relation to your data. It is based on the Swiss Data Protection Act and the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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3. For whom and for what purpose is this Privacy Notice intended?

"Personal data" can be linked to a specific person. We process various categories of such personal data. The most important categories are listed below for your guidance. However, we may also process other personal data in individual cases.

4.1 Master data

Master data is your primary data, such as title, name, contact details, or date of birth. We collect master data when you create a customer or partner account with us or agree to a corresponding invitation to an account. However, we also collect master data if you participate in a competition or prize draw or register for a newsletter. We also collect master data about contact persons and representatives of contractual partners, organizations, and authorities.

The master data includes, for example.

  • Title, first name, surname, gender, date of birth;

  • Address, e-mail address, telephone number, and other contact details;

  • Payment information (e.g., stored means of payment, bank details, billing address);

  • User name and profile picture;

  • Information on the use of our online platforms;

  • Details of linked websites, social media profiles, etc.;

  • Information on affinities and interests, language preferences, etc.

  • Information about your relationship with us (customer, visitor, supplier, etc.);

  • Information about related third parties (e.g., contact persons, recipients of services, or representatives);

  • Settings regarding receipt of advertising, subscribed newsletters, etc.

  • Information about your status with us (inactivity or blocking of an account);

  • Information on participation in competitions, prize draws, and events;

  • Information on titles and functions in the company for contact persons and representatives of our business partners;

  • Date and time of registrations.

You may be able to log in to individual online services using the login of a third-party provider (e.g., Microsoft, Apple, Google, or Facebook). In this case, we receive access to specific data stored by the provider in question, e.g., your name and e-mail address, the scope of which you can usually determine. You can find information on this in the provider's Privacy Notice.

4.2 Contract data

Contract data is personal data that arises in connection with the conclusion or execution of the contract, e.g., information on the conclusion of the agreement, acquired claims, and receivables, or information on customer satisfaction. We primarily conclude contracts with customers, business partners, and job applicants. We frequently collect behavioral and transaction data if you use offers from us based on a contract, e.g., buy products or use services.

The contract data includes, for example, details of

  • on the initiation and conclusion of contracts, e.g., date of conclusion of the contract, information from the application process, and information on the contract in question (e.g., type and duration);

  • on the processing and administration of contracts (e.g., contact details, delivery addresses, and means of payment information);

  • about our interactions with you (possibly a history with corresponding entries);

  • on receivables and acquired claims and benefits;

  • about defects and complaints, as well as adjustments to a contract;

  • on customer satisfaction, which we can collect through surveys;

  • on financial matters such as determining creditworthiness (i.e., information that allows conclusions to be drawn about the probability that receivables will be paid), reminders, debt collection, and the enforcement of receivables;

  • in connection with a job application, e.g., CV, references, qualifications, certificates, interview notes, etc. (which may also contain personal data of third parties);

  • to interactions with you as a contact person or representative of a business partner;

  • in connection with security checks (e.g., checks for fraudulent actions in connection with orders) and other checks about establishing or continuing a business relationship.

4.3 Communication data

If you contact us or we contact you, e.g., if you write or call us, we process the content of the communication and details of the type, time, and place of the communication. In certain situations, we may also ask you for proof of identity for identification purposes.

Communication data are e.g.

  • Name and contact details such as postal address, e-mail address and telephone number;

  • Content of emails, written correspondence, chat messages, social media posts, comments on a website, telephone conversations, video conferences, etc;

  • Answers to customer and satisfaction surveys;

  • Information on the type, time, and possibly place of communication;

  • Proof of identity;

  • Edge data of the communication.

Telephone and video conference calls with us may be recorded; we will inform you of this at the beginning of each call. If you do not want us to record such conversations, you can terminate the conversation at any time and contact us in another way (e.g., by e-mail).

4.4 Behavioral and transaction data

When you use our offers and infrastructure or our services, we often collect data about this use. This is the case, for example, when you use our websites and apps or access information in our infrastructure.

Behavioral and transaction data includes, for example, the following information insofar as it is available to us on a personal basis:

  • about your behavior on websites;

  • about your behavior when accessing our infrastructure and information;

  • about attending our events (e.g., date, place, and type of event);

  • on participation in competitions, prize draws, and similar events

  • about your use of electronic communications from us (e.g., whether and when you have opened an e-mail or clicked on a link);

You can also use some of our services anonymously. However, behavioral and transaction data may be assigned to your profile on our websites and apps even if you are not logged in when you visit the website or use the app.

4.5 Preference data

We want to tailor our offers and services to our customers as best as possible. Therefore, we also process data on your interests and preferences. For this purpose, we can link behavioral and transaction data with other data and evaluate this data on a personal and non-personal basis. This allows us to draw conclusions about characteristics, preferences, and expected behavior, e.g., your affinity for certain products and services.

In particular, we may create segments (permanent or case-specific), i.e., groups of people with similarities about specific characteristics. Preference data can be used personally (e.g., to show you relevant advertising that may interest you) and non-personally (e.g., for market research or product development).

The processing described can also be called "profiling" in technical jargon. Section 11 provides more information on profiling.

4.6 Technical data

When you use our websites or other electronic offers, we collect specific technical data such as your IP address or a device ID. The technical data also includes the logs in which we record the use of our systems (log data). In some cases, we may also assign your end device (tablet, PC, smartphone, etc.) a unique identification number (an ID), e.g., using cookies or similar technologies, so that we can recognize it. You can find more information on this in our cookie information.

Based on technical data, behavioral data can also be collected, i.e., information about your use of websites and digital services. However, we can only generally deduce who you are from technical data if, for example, you use a customer or partner account or register for other offers. In this case, we can link technical data with master data - and thus with your person.

The technical data includes

  • the IP address of your device and other device IDs (e.g., MAC address);

  • Identification numbers assigned to your device by cookies and similar technologies (e.g., pixel tags);

  • Information about your device and its configuration, e.g., operating system or language settings;

  • Details of the browser you are using to access the offer and its configuration;

  • Information about your movements and actions on our websites;

  • Information about your internet provider;

  • Your approximate location and the time of use;

  • System-side recordings of accesses and other processes (log data).

  • Edge data from telecommunications traffic

Please also note our cookie information for processing technical data.

We process various categories of personal data, including:

  • Master data: Basic data such as name, contact information and date of birth.

  • Contract data: Information related to the conclusion and execution of contracts, including payment and delivery data.

  • Communication data: Content and metadata of our communications with you.

  • Behavioral and transaction data: Data about your use of our offerings and infrastructure.

  • Preference data: Information about your interests and preferences, often derived from other data.

  • Technical data: Data that is generated when you use our websites or apps, such as IP addresses and device IDs.

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4. What personal data do we process?

5.1 Data provided

You often provide us with personal data yourself, e.g., when you transmit data to us or communicate with us. In particular, you usually give us master, contract, and communication data yourself. You also often provide us with preference data yourself.

For example, you provide us with personal data in the following cases:

  • You create a customer account or accept the invitation to a partner account;

  • You are taking part in a prize draw or competition;

  • You can register for other offers, such as our newsletter.

The provision of personal data is generally voluntary, i.e., you are usually not obliged to disclose personal data to us. However, we must collect and process the personal data required for the processing of a contractual relationship and for the fulfillment of associated obligations or that is prescribed by law, e.g., mandatory master data and contract data. Otherwise, we cannot conclude or continue the contract in question.

Suppose you provide us with data about other persons (e.g., contact details of other employees in your company or contact details of end customers). In that case, we assume that you are authorized to do so and that this data is correct. Please also ensure that these other persons have been informed about this Privacy Notice.

5.2 Data collected

We may also collect personal data about you ourselves or automatically, e.g., when you use our services. This often involves behavioral and transaction data as well as technical data (e.g., when you visit our website or access information).

We collect personal data about you independently in the following cases, for example:

  • You visit one of our websites or use one of our digital offers;

  • You click on a link in one of our newsletters or interact with one of our electronic advertising messages.

This enables us, for example, to tailor our offers and information to your individual needs and interests. It also helps us send you a personal selection of relevant offers. It also enables us to protect protected information in the best possible way. For behavioral and transaction data, please refer to section 4.4 and profiling in this context in section 11 for further information.

5.3 Data received

We may also receive personal data from other companies. Section 8 provides more information on this.

For example, we may receive information about you from the following third parties:

  • from your employer and colleagues in connection with an application and with your professional functions;

  • from third parties when correspondence and meetings concern you;

  • from credit agencies, e.g., when we obtain credit reports;

  • from Swiss Post and address dealers, e.g., for address updates;

  • from providers of online services, e.g., providers of Internet analysis services;

  • Provider of cyber security services

  • authorities, parties, and other third parties in connection with official and court proceedings;

  • from media monitoring companies in connection with articles and reports in which you appear;

from public registers such as the debt collection or commercial register, public bodies such as the Federal Statistical Office, media, or the Internet.

Our personal data comes from three main sources:

  • Data provided: Data that you provide to us directly, e.g. when creating an account, participating in competitions or registering for newsletters.

  • Data collected: Data that we ourselves collect automatically when you use our services, e.g. by visiting our websites or clicking on links in our newsletters.

  • Data received: Data that we receive from third parties, e.g. from your employer, credit agencies, online service providers, authorities or from public registers and media.

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5. Where does the personal data come from?

6.1 Communication

We want to stay in contact with you and respond to your concerns. Therefore, we process personal data to communicate with you, e.g., answer inquiries and provide customer care. In particular, we use communication and master data for this purpose and, if the communication relates to a contract, contract data. We may also personalize the content and timing of messages based on behavioral, transactional, preference, and other data.

The purpose of communication includes in particular

  • answering inquiries;

  • contacting you if you have any questions;

  • customer care;

  • authentication, e.g., when using our online services;

  • quality assurance and training;

  • all other processing purposes insofar as we communicate with you for this purpose (e.g., contract processing, information, and direct advertising).

6.2 Contract processing

We want to offer you the best possible service. Therefore, we process personal data in connection with the initiation, administration, and processing of contractual relationships, e.g., to deliver an order, provide a service, or arrange purchases and services. Contract processing also includes any agreed-upon personalization of services. In particular, we use master data, contract data, communication data, behavioral and transaction data, and preference data for this purpose.

The purpose of contract processing generally includes everything necessary or expedient to conclude, execute, and, if necessary, enforce a contract.

This includes, for example, processing:

  • to provide contractually agreed services, e.g., to deliver goods, provide services, and provide functions (including personalized service components);

  • to provide customer services and measure customer satisfaction;

  • to determine, notify, and, if necessary, publish the winners of competitions and prize draws;

  • to invoice our services and for accounting in general;

  • to plan and prepare the provision of our services, e.g., scheduling our employees;

  • to check the suitability of job applicants and, if necessary, to prepare and conclude the employment contract;

  • to check whether we want to and can work with a company and to monitor and assess its performance;

  • to enforce legal claims arising from contracts (debt collection, legal proceedings, etc.);

  • to manage and administer our IT and other resources;

  • to store data within the scope of retention obligations;

to cancel and terminate contracts.

6.3 Information and marketing

We want to make you attractive offers. Therefore, we process personal data to maintain relationships and for marketing purposes, e.g., to send you written and electronic messages and offers and to carry out marketing campaigns. These may be our offers or offers from other companies.

Messages and offers may also be personalized to provide you only with information that is likely to interest you. For this purpose, we use master data, contract data, communication data, behavioral data, transaction data, and preference data.

This may involve the following notifications and offers, for example:

  • Newsletters, promotional emails, in-app messages and other electronic messages;

  • Advertising brochures, magazines, and other printed matter;

  • Advertising messages and spots on screens and other advertising spaces;

  • Delivery of promotional vouchers and promotional codes;

  • Invitations to events, competitions, and contests.

You can reject contacts for marketing purposes anytime (see section 15). In the case of newsletters and other electronic communications, you can usually unsubscribe from the relevant service via the customer account, and an unsubscribe link is integrated into the communication.

Personalizing our communications enables us to tailor information to your individual needs and interests and, where possible, only provide you with relevant offers. For example, we can send you a personal selection of appropriate products or show you online content tailored to you. For profiling in this context, please refer to section 11 for further information.

We want to ensure your security, that of ours and that of our customers, and prevent misuse. Therefore, we also process personal data for security purposes, to ensure IT security, to prevent theft, fraud, and abuse, and for evidence purposes. This may include all the purposes listed in section 4 above, particularly behavioral and transaction data. We may collect, evaluate, and store this data for the purposes above.

The purpose of safety and prevention includes, e.g.:

  • the analysis of behavioral and transactional data to detect suspicious behavioral patterns and fraudulent activities;

  • the evaluation of system-side recordings of the use of our systems (log data);

  • the prevention, defense, and detection of cyberattacks and malware attacks;

  • Analysis and testing of our networks and IT infrastructures, as well as system and error checks;

  • Control of access to electronic systems (e.g., logins to user accounts);

  • Physical access controls (e.g., access to office premises);

  • Documentation purposes and creation of backup copies.

6.4 Safety and prevention

We want to create the conditions for compliance with legal requirements. Therefore, we also process personal data to comply with legal obligations and prevent and detect violations. This includes, for example, compliance with orders issued by a court or authority as well as measures to detect and clarify abuses.


Compliance with legal requirements includes, in particular

  • ensuring compliance and risk management;

  • the disclosure of information and documents to authorities if we have a factual reason to do so (e.g., because we are an aggrieved party) or are legally obliged to do so;

  • cooperation in external investigations, e.g., by a law enforcement or supervisory authority;

  • guaranteeing the legally required data security;

  • the fulfillment of disclosure, information, or reporting obligations, e.g., in connection with supervisory and tax law obligations, e.g., archiving obligations and for the prevention, detection, and clarification of criminal offenses and other violations;

  • the legally regulated fight against money laundering and terrorist financing.

In all cases, this may involve Swiss law but also foreign regulations to which we are subject, self-regulation, industry and other standards, our own corporate governance, or official directives.

6.5 Compliance with legal requirements

We want to be able to assert our claims and defend ourselves against the claims of others. We, therefore, also process personal data for legal protection, e.g., to enforce claims in court, before or outside of court, and before authorities in Switzerland and abroad, or to defend ourselves against claims. Depending on the constellation, we process different personal data, e.g., contact details and information about processes that have given or could give rise to a dispute.

The purpose of upholding the law includes in particular

  • the clarification and enforcement of our claims, which may also include allegations by companies affiliated with us and our contractual and business partners;

  • the defense of claims against us, our employees, companies affiliated with us, and against our contractual and business partners;

  • clarification of litigation prospects and other legal, economic, and other issues;

participation in proceedings before courts and authorities in Switzerland and abroad. For example, we can secure evidence, clarify legal proceedings' prospects, or submit documents to an authority. Authorities may also ask us to disclose documents and data carriers containing personal data.

6.6 Preservation of rights

We process personal data for various purposes:

  • Communication: To communicate with you, respond to inquiries, and engage in customer support.

  • Contractual processing: To initiate, manage, and fulfill contracts, including providing services and conducting competitions.

  • Information and Marketing: To present offers to you and carry out marketing activities, including personalized ones.

  • Security and Prevention: To ensure IT and physical security and to prevent fraud and abuse.

  • Compliance with legal requirements: To fulfill legal obligations and prevent abuse.

  • Legal defense: To enforce our claims and defend against claims of others, including participating in legal proceedings.

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6. For what purposes do we process personal data?

Depending on the purpose of the data processing, our data processing is based on different legal bases. In particular, we may process personal data if the processing:

  • Is necessary for the performance of a contract with the data subject or a company to which the data subject belongs in some way or for pre-contractual measures (e.g., the examination of a contract application);

  • is necessary for our legitimate interests, for example, if data processing is a central component of our business activities;

  • is based on consent;

  • is required to comply with domestic or foreign legal provisions.

7. On what legal basis do we process personal data?

If we use their services, we may pass on your personal data to external companies. These service providers process personal data on our behalf as so-called "processors." Our processors undertake to take appropriate data security measures. Certain service providers are also jointly or independently responsible with us (e.g., debt collection companies). By selecting the service providers, we ensure that data protection is guaranteed throughout processing your personal data.

This involves services in the following areas, for example:

  • Forwarding and logistics, e.g., for shipping;

  • Advertising and marketing services, e.g., for sending communications and information;

  • Payment services;

  • Creditworthiness information, e.g., if you wish to purchase an account;

  • Collection services;

  • Insurance service provider

  • Fraud prevention services that payment service providers carry out their responsibility, such as PayPal Fraud Protection. Corresponding procedures are only applied if you are already a customer of the respective payment service provider. More detailed information can then be found in the Privacy Notice of the respective service provider;

  • IT services, e.g., services in the areas of data storage (hosting), cloud services, sending e-mail newsletters, data analysis and refinement, etc;

Consulting services, e.g., tax consultants, lawyers, management consultants, or consultants in personnel recruitment and placement.

We pass on your personal data to external service providers who support us in various areas such as shipping, marketing, payment processing, credit checks, debt collection, insurance, fraud prevention, IT and consulting. These service providers usually process the data on our behalf or are partially or fully responsible themselves. We ensure that data protection is guaranteed throughout the entire processing of your personal data.

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8. To whom do we disclose personal data?

We mainly process and store personal data in Switzerland and the European Economic Area (EEA). In some instances, however, we may disclose personal data to service providers and other recipients (see section 8) located outside this area or process personal data outside this area, in principle, in any country in the world. The countries concerned may have laws that protect your data to a different extent than in Switzerland or the EEA. If we transfer your data to such a country, we will ensure the appropriate protection of your data.

One means of ensuring adequate data protection is, for example, the conclusion of data transfer agreements with the recipients of your data in third countries, which provide the necessary data protection. These include contracts approved, issued, or recognized by the European Commission and the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner, so-called standard contractual clauses. An example of the data transfer contracts we generally use can be found here. Please note that such contractual precautions can partially compensate for weaker or missing legal protection but cannot completely exclude all risks (e.g., from government access abroad). In exceptional cases, the transfer to countries without adequate protection may also be permitted in other cases, e.g., based on consent, in connection with legal proceedings abroad, or if the transfer is necessary for the performance of a contract.

We store and process personal data in Switzerland and the EEA, but sometimes transfer it to recipients outside these areas. To ensure data protection, we often enter into data transfer agreements with these recipients, such as standard contractual clauses. These measures can improve protection, but do not completely exclude all risks, such as government access.

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9. How do we disclose personal data abroad?

Certain types of personal data are considered "particularly worthy of protection" under data protection law, e.g., information about health or biometric characteristics. The data listed in section 4 may include such sensitive personal data depending on the constellation. However, we generally only process sensitive personal data if necessary to provide a service, if you have disclosed this data to us, or if you have consented to the processing. We may also process susceptible personal data if necessary to uphold the law or comply with domestic or foreign legal provisions if the data subject has publicly disclosed the data in question or if the applicable law otherwise permits its processing.

We may process susceptible personal data in the following cases, for example:

You apply for a job vacancy and provide information about your health, trade union membership, previous convictions, and criminal measures.

We only process particularly sensitive personal data if you provide it to us for the provision of services or if you consent to it, or if it is necessary to protect the law or comply with the law. An example of this is the processing of health data if you apply for a job and provide the relevant information.

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10. How do we process susceptible personal data?

"Profiling" means the automated processing of personal data to analyze personal aspects or make predictions, e.g., the analysis of individual interests, preferences, affinities, habits, or the prediction of expected behavior. Profiling can also be used to derive preference data (more information on this is in section 4.5).


Profiling is a typical process, e.g., in automated processing

  • of master data, contract data, behavioral data, and transaction data when purchasing our online offers or when creating a personal offer;

  • behavioral and transaction data, as well as technical data in connection with our websites and apps;

  • of data in connection with attending events or participating in competitions, prize draws, and similar events;

  • of communication data, e.g., your response to advertising and other communications;

  • from other behavioral and transactional data.

Profiling helps us with this, for example,

  • to continuously improve our services and tailor them better to individual needs;

  • to present our content and offers to you in line with your needs;

  • To provide you only with advertising and offers that are likely to be relevant to you;

  • to provide you with better customer service support;

We conduct profiling, e.g., in connection with our online offers, by evaluating your behavior and assigning you to specific interests.  Such interests can be formed on a permanent or case-by-case basis. This profiling enables us, for example, to send you relevant product suggestions via newsletter.

To improve the quality of our analyses and forecasts, we can also link personal data from different sources as a basis for profiling. Self-learning algorithms (specific programming in computer programs) can also be used.

You can use profiling in some instances described in section 14 above.

Profiling involves the automated analysis of personal data to evaluate personal characteristics or make behavioral predictions.

We use profiling to enhance our offerings, provide personalized content, and deliver relevant advertising based on your behavior and interests.

You have the right to object to profiling in certain situations, as described in Section 14 of our privacy policy.

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11. How do we use profiling?

We take appropriate technical and organizational security measures to protect your data against unauthorized or unlawful processing and counteract the risk of loss, unintentional alteration, unwanted disclosure, or unauthorized access. Like all companies, however, we cannot rule out data security breaches with absolute certainty; certain residual risks are unavoidable.

Security measures of a technical nature include, for example, data encryption and pseudonymization, logging, access restrictions, and backup copy storage. Security measures of an organizational nature include instructions to our employees, training, and controls. We obligate our contract processors to take appropriate technical and organizational security measures.

12. How do we protect personal data?

An "automated individual decision" is a decision that is made entirely automatically, i.e., without human influence, and that has legal consequences for the data subject or significantly affects them in some other way. As a rule, we do not do this, but we will inform you separately if we use automated individual decisions in individual cases. You then can have the decision reviewed by a human if you disagree with it.

13. Do we make automated individual decisions?

We process and store your data,

  • as long as it is necessary for processing or compatible purposes, in the case of contracts generally at least for the duration of the contractual relationship;

  • as long as we have a legitimate interest in the storage. This may be the case in particular if we need personal data to enforce or defend against claims, for archiving purposes and to ensure IT security;

  • as long as they are subject to a statutory retention obligation. For specific data, for example, a ten-year retention period applies. Shorter retention periods apply to other data, e.g., for recordings of particular processes on the Internet (log data).

Sometimes, we will ask for your consent if we wish to store personal data longer (e.g., for job applications we want to keep pending). We will delete or anonymize your data after the periods above have expired.

We are guided, for example, by the following retention periods, although we may deviate from these in individual cases:

  • Customer and partner accounts: Personal data is stored for the duration of the account. If a customer account deletion is requested, the data will be deleted within 30 days at the latest after checking outstanding claims and other relevant points that prevent immediate deletion.

  • Contracts: We generally retain master and contract data for ten years from the last contract activity or from the end of the contract. However, this period may be longer if necessary for reasons of proof, due to legal or contractual requirements, or for technical reasons. Transaction data in connection with contracts is generally stored for ten years.

  • Technical data: Cookies are usually stored for between a few days and two years, unless they are deleted immediately after the session ends.

  • Communication data: E-mails, messages via the contact form, and written correspondence are generally stored for ten years.

  • Image and sound recordings: The retention period varies depending on the purpose. This ranges from a few days for recordings from security cameras to several years for reports on events with images.

Job applications: We delete application data within six months of completing the application process. However, with your consent, we may keep your application pending for possible future employment.

We retain personal data for as long as necessary for the respective purpose, such as during the contract term or as long as legal retention obligations exist. After these periods expire, we delete or anonymize the data. For job applications, we typically retain the data for up to six months after the conclusion of the application process, unless you consent to a longer retention period.

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14. How long do we process personal data?

You have the right to object to data processing, mainly if we process your data based on a legitimate interest and the other applicable requirements are met. You can also object to data processing in connection with direct marketing (e.g., advertising e-mails) at any time.

Insofar as the applicable requirements are met, and no statutory exceptions apply, you also have the following rights:

  • the right to request information about your data stored by us;

  • the right to have incorrect or incomplete personal data corrected;

  • the right to request the deletion or anonymization of your data;

  • the right to request the restriction of the processing of your data;

  • the right to receive specific personal data in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format;

  • the right to withdraw consent with effect for the future insofar as processing is based on consent.

Please note that these rights may be restricted or excluded in individual cases, e.g., if there are doubts about your identity or if this is necessary to protect other persons, safeguard interests worthy of protection, or comply with legal obligations.

If you have a customer account, you can correct the master data stored there (e.g., your address) anytime. You can also request the deactivation of your customer account or the complete deletion of your data. You can also unsubscribe from newsletters and other advertising e-mails by clicking on the corresponding link at the end of the e-mail. You can also contact us per section 16 if you wish to exercise any of your rights or if you have any questions about processing your personal data.

You are also free to complain to a competent supervisory authority if you have concerns about whether the processing of your data complies with the law.

You have the right to object to data processing, particularly in connection with direct marketing.

Additionally, you can request information about your stored data, have incorrect data corrected, request the deletion of your data, restrict the processing of your data, and receive data in a specific format. You can also withdraw consent. Please note that these rights may be restricted in certain cases.

You can contact us at any time to exercise your rights or to ask questions about data processing.

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15. What rights do you have in connection with the processing of your data?

If you have any questions about this Privacy Notice or the processing of your data, you can contact us using the contact details provided on our website.

You can also contact us as follows:

inovit GmbH

Gewerbestrasse 4

8162 Steinmaur


16. How can you contact us?

This Privacy Notice may be amended over time, particularly if we change our data processing or new legislation becomes applicable. We will actively inform persons whose contact details are registered with us of any significant changes if this is possible without disproportionate effort. Generally, the data protection declaration in the current version at the start of the relevant processing applies to data processing.

17. Changes to this Privacy Notice

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