This web site is owned and managed by Successwise. We are business people just like you, and we are committed to protecting your privacy.
We appreciate you may have concerns with regard to our use of your personal information. We will do everything within our power to ensure we maintain the confidentiality of, and security around, your personal information that is contained within our customer records.
We never rent, trade or sell our customer records to any other organisation.
Why Do We Collect Your Personal Details?
Successwise limits its collection and use of personal information to that which is necessary for the functioning of our business. We collect personal information from you directly for the following Specific Purposes:
- to communicate with you, our customers. We will respond to information requests from you and inform you of updates to Successwise’s products and services;
- to understand your needs, as a customer, regarding Successwise’s available products and services;
- to continue to develop and provide products and services for you, the customer;
- to personalize some of our products for you, the customer;
- to allow you, as a customer, access to limited-entry areas of Successwise’s web site;
- to identify and resolve technical problems concerning Successwise’s products and services;
- to invoice you, as a customer, for products and services and maintain payment records;
- to satisfy any applicable law, regulation, legal process or government request; and
- to protect the services, products or rights of Successwise.Successwise will also use personal information in a combined form (i.e. not individually traceable to you) for business analysis purposes.
Your Consent For Collection, Use Or Disclosure Of Personal Details
Successwise will seek your consent for any new uses and disclosures of your personal information, before your details are used or disclosed for a new purpose. In certain circumstances however, Successwise will not be required to inform and obtain your consent for use and/or disclosure of your personal information.
- investigation of a breach of an agreement,
- contravention of laws,
- an emergency where the life, health or securtiy of an individual is threatened, or
- the collection of a debt.
You, the customer, may withdraw your consent for collection, use and disclosure of personal information at any time on written notice (opt-out). On withdrawal of consent Successwise will suspend or terminate its products and services.
After your account becomes inactive, Successwise will keep your personal information only for those purposes which are established by law, and for archival record purposes.
Accuracy Of Your Personal Information
Successwise will use reasonable efforts to keep customer personal information accurate for the Specific Purpose, and for minimising the possibility of making inappropriate customer decisions based on such information.
Customers are responsible for informating Successwise about changes to their personal information. Successwise will update personal information where necessary to keep it accurate or else provide customers the facility to make such updates.
Successwise will take reasonable steps to protect your personal information against misuse, loss, unauthorised access, modification or disclosure, through security safeguards that depend on the level of sensitivity of the information.
Methods of protection include:
- organisational measures (contract provisions, limiting access to need-to-know Successwise personnel),
- technological measures (forms, passwords, encryption), and
- physical measures (locked file storage).
Successwise will control personal information disclosed to authorised third parties by entering into agreements with contain confidentiality provisions and restrictions on use and which limit the amount of information disclosec to only that which is needed for Specific Purposes.
Your Access To Personal Information
You can access your personal information on our customer records unless access:
- threat to life or health;
- threat to other people’s privacy;
- frivolous or vexatious;
- legal procedures overrule doing so;
- prejudice to negotations;
- access would be unlawful;
- denying access is required or authorised by law;
- prejudice investigation of unlawful activity;
- prejudice law enforcement; or
- national security.