Privacy and Cookies
When you use the Kalahari website, we use ‘cookies’ and record IP addresses so that we can track your interest in our company and products, and give a better service when you chose to visit our site. Kalahari is committed to protecting your personal information and does not sell or share any information with any third party for use outside of Kalahari.
We are legally obliged by UK and European law to use your information appropriately. The following information describes how we use the information we collect.
The information we collect at Kalahari
This notice applies to all information collected or submitted on our website. On some pages, you can make requests to receive materials or request demonstration software. The types of personal information collected at these pages are:
Name, Title, Address, Email and Telephone number
In order to handle the communications between your computer and the web servers we also store temporary information for the duration of your session.
The way we use the information we collect
use the information you provide about yourself to complete your request
and keep you up to date with news about our company and products. We do
not share this information with outside parties except to the extent
necessary to complete your request. Where we do redirect traffic to
third party sites, this is for the purposes of Technical support and
Customer Relationship Management (SalesForce.com), web traffic analysis
and product interest tracking.
We do not use internet advertising links at all on our site. All information collected is therefore used only for the purposes of servicing our own business.
We use return your email address to answer the request we receive from you. Such addresses are not used for any other purpose than to communicate with you and are not sold to or shared with outside parties for their own use.
We use IP addresses and cookies to better design our website and to analyse traffic. This information is used for our own internal use and is not shared with Third Parties.
We also never use your information in ways unrelated to the reason you supplied it to us. Communications to keep you up to date also provide you with an opportunity to opt-out of receiving further communications from us.
The temporary session information we collect is used for things like security and load balancing.
Your choice to opt out
If you do not wish to receive information from us, please click unsubscribe on the communication you receive or email us telling us to remove you from our database.
On our website we clearly
arrive on a page. You are given the choice to opt out if you do not
wish us to store tracking information. There is a link to
policy from that menu and also a link to further information aboput
cookies so that you can be informed.
Further information on Cookies
Most browsers will give you as a user complete control over how things like cookies and other add-ons are managed. As an example, you can tell your browser to advise you when you receive a new cookie or not to accept new cookies. To learn more about this, you can look at the help files that come with your browser and look at the ‘security’ section in your browser’s settings. For further information, please visit sites such as http://www.aboutcookies.org that give advice and guidance re cookies.