At Janmar Systems, we respect your privacy. We will not lend, sell or otherwise make available, your personally identifiable information without your permission, unless required by law, subpoenas, warrant, or court order, except for the purpose of delivering our service to you. The exception of delivering our service means everyday business activities such as sending your information to our cloud service providers for processing and storage.
We collect data entered by you and location data from your mobile devices. This data is stored in our server and may be reviewed by us for troubleshooting and support purposes. We collect your mobile location data continuously in the background during work hours. We use it to provide you jobsite arrival/departure times, task alerts on jobsite arrival/departure, and to speed up mobile data entry by filling in addresses automatically. The purpose of the data we collect from you and your devices is to provide our service to you and to improve our service over time.
"Cookies" are small data files that are written to and stored on your hard drive when you visit a web site. They do not read files on your hard drive.
Most web browsers allow you to be notified upon the proposed installation of a cookie and you can then decline the cookie. If you decline the cookie, you may not be able to use our entire web site.
We also review data and information contained in log files located on our web server, which record the date and time of each visit to our web site, the user's IP (internet protocol) address, the referring IP address or domain (the prior web site visited), and the files viewed on our web site (including HTML pages, graphics, etc.). We use log file information to analyze data in the aggregate to determine the trends and usage of our site.
We do not disclose, sell, rent or share any information derived from log files with any third parties.
Required Disclosures of Data & Information
We may disclose personally identifiable information, with or without prior notice to you, when we believe that the law requires it, in response to subpoenas, warrant, court order or at the demand of governmental agencies.