Privacy & Cookies

This privacy policy document explains how Digital Escalator International deals with any information that you give to Digital Escalator International while browsing through www.digitalescalator.com.

Guarding your privacy is of utmost importance to Digital Escalator International. Hence, it is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected.

In cases where personal information has been shared voluntarily or an enquiry has been made, you can rest assured that it will strictly be used in line with this privacy statement.

Digital Escalator International may incorporate changes into this privacy policy document from time-to-time. Hence, you might want to check this page on regular basis in order to ensure that you are happy with any changes. This policy was last updated in January, 2014.

Digital Escalator International does not capture and store any personal information about visitors to the website. Should you decide to share any personal information via email or contact form on the website, it will be used exclusively by Digital Escalator International. We do not sell, trade or transfer our data to any third party unless explicit consent has been given.

If you fill out a contact form or send an email to communicate with Digital Escalator International, we may use the personally-identifiable information to contact you periodically for market research purposes, to inform you of our latest offerings (products and services) and events, and to establish direct contact with you. Digital Escalator International may get in touch with you via email, phone or mail.

If you wish to exercise your right to know about personal information that Digital Escalator International holds for you, have this information corrected or deleted, then please get in touch with us using the details given on the contact page of this website.

Digital Escalator International is concerned about your privacy and takes every possible measure to ensure that your information is secure. We have appropriate electronic, physical and managerial procedures in place to prevent unauthorized access or disclosure of information we collect online.

A cookie is a small text file that gets stored on your computer or device as soon as you visit a website. Cookies could be used by any website for any of the following purposes:

Allowing the website to work properly;

Analyzing how people use the website;

Targeting advertising and tracking campaign performance; and

Improving your experience by showing you the most relevant and suitable information.

For more information on cookies and their usage, we would like to refer you to external third-party websites AllAboutCookies and AboutCookies.

In order to improve website performance, we need to understand how our website is used by the visitors, and Google Analytics cookies (used on the website of Digital Escalator International) help us do exactly the same. Google Analytics is an analytical web service provided by Google, Inc.

Cookies used by Google Analytics collect various pieces of information such as number of visitors to the site or its specific pages, the time of day a visit occurred, which traffic sources contributed to a contact form being filled out or an email being sent by a visitor, which pages were visited and how long was spent on the site. These pieces of information, combined together, help us deliver better experience to the visitors by improving its overall performance.

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More information about Google Analytics cookies could be obtained on Google’s site. If you wish to block or restrict or opt out of Google Analytics cookies, please make use of browser settings to effect the same. By using the website of Digital Escalator International, you give consent to our use of cookies in line with our policy.

You may also notice third-party cookies being used on the website of Digital Escalator International as we attempt to leverage functionality from social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter and other channels. If you wish to find out more about third-party cookies, you could visit their respective websites.