May 25, 2018

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Yes, we love data.

And we care about yours.

We’re human beings at BIM Track. We always try to treat you how we like to be treated by brands: honestly. New legislation has given us the chance to re-examine how well we manage your data. We also took the opportunity to make sure you have options regarding how you hear from us.

With that in mind, we’d like to let you know about a few changes we will be introducing for all clients & the BIM Track-curious:

  • If you are a BIM Track user, you will have agreed upon sign-up to our Terms of Use & Privacy Policy. Please feel free to revisit the details at your convenience.
  • We collect data while you browse our website. However, if you are not comfortable with this, you have the ability to opt-out of the cookies our site uses.
  • We treat your data with the utmost confidentiality; it is never for sale. You will can now request the removal of your data at any time.
  • We are increasing our threat protection for personal data and our reporting mechanism.

Although it’s not a legal requirement, we want you to only receive what you want from us (news, blogs posts, etc.). We invite you to update your preferences now. We also send our communications in both English and French, so be sure to select your preferred language.

As BIM Track’s appointed Data Protection Officer, feel free to contact me at any time with your personal information & data security concerns. We take data security & ethical marketing seriously.

Christian Proulx

Vice-President Sales & Marketing

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