Qentinel is now part of Copado, the leading DevOps platform for enterprise software. “DevOps is the de facto way to deliver software in a digital-first world. Yet without automated testing, it becomes almost impossible to successfully practice DevOps,” said Esko Hannula, now SVP of Product Management at Copado. “Testing must be an integral part of DevOps to deliver more results to customers via shifting quality left with end-to-end quality control from planning through delivery. We are excited to join the Copado team to bring highly scalable, easily maintainable, AI-driven software testing to customers.”
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1. Register owner
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+358 75 7555 300
2. Registration and privacy matters
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3. Register name
Qentinel customer and marketing register.
4. Purpose of processing personal data
The purpose of personal data processing is maintaining and developing customer relations, contacting potential new customers, market research, advertising and/or direct marketing and directing marketing communications based on customer information using Qentinel channels and services.
5. Data content of the register
First and last name, contact information (email address and phone number), job title and operational and procurement responsibility, information about an individual’s marketing permissions and exclusions, areas of interest, company name, company contact information, company’s business sector.
6. The Register’s statutory sources of information
Personal data is primarily collected from registered persons on Qentinel websites, from participation in Qentinel events, training and trade fairs as well as via Qentinel sales activity. Personal data may also be collected via cookies or other similar technical means and may also be gathered and updated via public and commercial registers.
7. Statutory disclosure of information
There are no statutory disclosures of information.
8. Right to access and rectification
The data subject (registrant) has the right to review personal data relating to him or her that is saved in the register. Enquiries for the purpose of reviewing personal data should have the applicant’s signature and should be submitted in writing to the address provided in Section 1. If there are errors in the data stored in the register, the applicant can submit a request for rectification to the relevant individual named in Section 2 of this policy.
9. Erasure of information
Personal information may be erased at the request of a customer or following termination of the customer relationship.
10. Data protection principles
All personal data is confidential. Our data register is protected from external access. Only persons whose work requires processing data in the register have access to it. Access to the register is protected by personal user names and passwords.
11. Storing data and keeping it up to date
Qentinel does not store your personal data longer than required for the intended purpose or as mandated by contract or law. We aspire to ensure that the personal data we store is accurate by removing unnecessary data and by ensuring updates when new information is available.
12. Right of refusal
The customer has the right to cancel orders of Qentinel newsletters at any time and to deny use of his or her data for direct mail advertising, distance sales and other forms of direct marketing.
13. Transfer of data outside the EU or EEA
The servers and other technical equipment used for data processing by the register owner may be owned and managed by external service providers. Depending on the service provider, the data is located in the EU in data warehouses owned by Qentinel service providers. They may also be located outside of the EU or EEA. Within the limits of Personal Data Protection law, information may be transferred to servers located outside of the EU or EEA for storage and processing on behalf of the register owner.
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