Last Updated: Mar 5, 2022
We are committed to protecting you and your data
Mprove is committed to meeting the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation ('GDPR'). The GDPR is a landmark EU data privacy law, effective May 2018, which affects both European and non-European businesses. The GDPR expands user data privacy rights and standards for any organization that handles EU citizens' personal data, regardless of its location.
What personal data does Mprove collect and store, and for what purposes?
Mprove holds two classes of data:
Information about Mprove users and their usage. Metadata is used to facilitate product improvements, customer support and license auditing. We retain basic user contact information to send product updates and relevant marketing based on the user contact preferences.
Customer data necessary to answer user queries. Once Mprove is connected to a customer database, the Mprove cache retains data from the customer’s database that is fetched in response to a user queries.
Mprove engages certain third-party data processors ('subprocessors') to assist in providing the Mprove Service. Existing Mprove subprocessors and the functions they provide are listed below:
AWS - Hosting services
AWS SES - Email delivery
Formcarry, Tally, Integromat, Google Docs - Contact form
Google Tag Manager - Analytics
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This page will be revised over time to reflect any GDPR-related updates. If you have questions, please reach out to us at email@example.com.