User Tracking Policy

Collection of Information

In order for you to access certain materials or pages, to register for certain events, to participate in certain surveys, or to register as a user on this Site, this Site requires that you provide certain company and personal information, including your name, phone number and e-mail address. We use this information in order to contact you to provide you further information about our company and products, as well as for market research, including to better understand the demographics of our Site visitors and potential customers and partners. We may share this information with our authorized partners and/or with third parties who act for or on behalf of us, but we do not otherwise provide or sell any information gathered on this Site to outside vendors.

User Tracking

This Site implements a user tracking feature, whereby the activities of each unique visitor to the Site are monitored. This is done regardless of whether the visitor has registered on the Site or is visiting the Site anonymously, but if you do not register on this site or fill in your personal details on any forms, you do remain anonymous and we do not discover your identity.

If you do register on this Site, our use of user tracking enables us to identify your future and prior activity on the Site, including your activity before you registered. This includes surveys that you filled out on our Site, as well as the pages on our Site that you visited. In addition, user tracking enables us to receive notification when you access our Site. The purpose of our user tracking is to analyze our visitors' actions in order to improve our Site, as well as to better understand the priorities and interests of our potential customers and partners in order to better suit their needs and increase the efficiency of our sales and marketing processes.

Use of Cookies

A "cookie" is a small text file transferred by a web site to a computer that is browsing the web site. Even if you do not register on this Site, upon your first visit to this Site (or subsequent visits if you delete the cookie), a cookie is stored on your computer, which automatically identifies you to the Site. This is done several technical reasons, primarily the following. First, it enables the "User Tracking" described above. Second, in the event that you register, a cookie saves the information you input as your "regional preference," so that you don't need to select that region the next time you visit the Site. Third, we provide you the option to save your username as part of the cookie, in order to preclude the need for you to remember your username each time you log in.

However, cookies by themselves cannot be used to discover the identity of the user; the only personal information we learn about you is that which you provide to us, as described above. If you would prefer not to receive cookies, you can change the configuration of your browser to refuse cookies. In addition, you can delete any cookies that have already been placed on your computer.