What data do we collect?
BATISCRIPT may gather the following information concerning the subscribers and the users accounts, only to the extent needed to ensure the provision of the subscribed services:
“Personal data”: the personal data is the information you give and which may include your name, the name of your organisation, your email address, your postal address, your user name and password to access the service.
This type of data is also collected when you visit our websites using the contact form and are used for the sole purpose of contacting you again following your request.
“Usage data”: the usage data does not enable to identify you. It is anonymous and collected by BATISCRIPT for statistical purposes when you use our application and services. This information can be collected and processed but does not enable to identify you or your project.
When and how we use this information
We may sometimes use your postal or email address to send you offers or newsletters concerning our BATISCRIPT services, only after securing your consent. We consider your data as highly confidential and its processing takes place only within the frame of the services provided to you.
We do not sell, exchange or rent personal data to anyone, nor do we send personal data to anyone who is not affiliated to our company and working directly on our Application. We do not work with advertising companies which may collect your personal data. However, if BATISCRIPT is meant to be sold or transferred to another company, the user information and data as well as usage data might be a part of the sale or transfer. In any case, all clients shall be duly notified of such changes.
Nonetheless, we reserve the right to disclose personal data to people or entities in the following cases:
- Compliance with a law, rule, judicial process, or enforcement warrant from the government;
- Compliance with an agreement including an investigation as part of a process following a potential violation of the law;
- Detecting, preventing or highlighting a fraud, a security problem or a technical problem;
- Protection of the rights, property and security of BATISCRIPT, its subscribers and users.
We may also collect statistical data which does not allow to identify you or your projects, in order to assess the security and efficiency of our solution.
Other usage data specific to BATISCRIPT MOBILE
Once a user is logged into BATISCRIPT MOBILE and after they give their consent, statistical data regarding some activities as well as their navigation can be collected.
This data will include some of the user’s actions, such as adding a site to favorites, reading a QR code or creating non-compliance. We can also collect data allowing us to identify navigation patterns regularly used on BatiScript Mobile.
The data which is collected is strictly limited to the activation of functionalities. We do not access the contents which are added/modified/deleted, nor do we collect information on the entries, QR codes, images, or any other information than the simple access to a feature.
When we collect this data, the user remains anonymous: at no time, during a navigation or action, do we collect data which can identify a user, a company, its sites, the content of non-compliance sheets, the content of attachments, or contacts. We simply process statistical data allowing to see how often the features are used.
Partner software processing anonymised data
- Amplitude (https://amplitude.com)
Data collection, analysis and storage – the user may request their data to be modified or deleted, by making a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Segment (https://segment.com)
Allows the connection between our mobile application and Amplitude. The data is stored only for a short period of time.
At any time, you may withdraw your consent to collect this data through the cookie management panel available on the application. You have a permanent right to request to access, modify and delete the data concerning you, by following the steps described below (“CNIL” chapter).
Who will have access to your data in our platform?
Data can be accessed by other users invited to your organisation. It can also be accessed by our support team to deal with support requests only. The support team is located at our head office in Rennes, France. Access to our premises and system is secured through various means, both physical and virtual.
What happens to your data if when you stop using the app?
All user’s data (personal and technical) in the BATISCRIPT application will still be stored in our database with OVH (please see details below). The user can send a request to delete their personal data using our contact details below. Regarding technical data, these are linked to the account and will therefore have to be the subject of a specific request by the Customer.
Our provider hosts your data in France and is contractually committed to ensure the highest level of security.
For more information, see this link:
We are likely to change our policy over time. Please make sure to come back and check it regularly. We are committed to posting any changes to our policy on our website and app. In the event of a change which would directly affect our practices regarding the personal data we have already collected, we undertake to notify you in advance by highlighting the change (s) on our website and our application.
How to contact us
59 boulevard d’Armorique
Registered in Rennes under no.530 649 250
Editor: Benoît Jeannin, CEO
SAS with a capital of 10 069 020 €
RCS Lille Métropole 424 761 419 00045
Code APE 2620Z
N° TVA : FR 22 424 761 419
headquarters : 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France
The collection and use of personal data within this website and on application are done in accordance with the applicable international and national legislation regarding the protection of personal data, including the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (General Data Protection Regulation). The user has a right to access, rectify and delete the information relating to them by writing to the following address: Script&Go – 59 boulevard d’Armorique 35700 Rennes (FRANCE) or send an e-mail containing the user’s information (identity, email address, proof of identity) via our contact page email@example.com. For all other questions pertaining to the data protection law and Script&Go please do not hesitate to send us a request via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.