A cookie works as a minor data component that a website can pass on to your browser. It will get stored on the hard drive and will be known when you come again to the website. So, when you register online with any of our services and solutions, it shows your positive consensus to receive cookies..
Google Analytics (GA) is most commonly used to track user communication. This data helps us to know the details about visitors on our website, what they are searching for, which web pages they are focusing on and their entire roadmap to the website. This technology records user information such as your geolocation, device, browser, OS, IP address etc. but none of this information is passed on to us. As a third-party data processor, Google Analytics utilizes the cookies for further action.
When you are visiting the website for the first time, there will be a notification at the bottom that will give you information about our cookies policy. You can still avoid the cookies by disabling them from the browser settings.
These constitute session cookies, that is cookies that are temporarily stored during your session and are deleted automatically the moment the browser is closed. These cookies help our website track and recollect any past action of yours within the current browsing session and keep our website secure..
These include permanent and third-party cookies as described above. These cookies are placed on our website to help us analyze how much web traffic is coming to each page, what are the most and least visited sections, etc. These give us insights into how our website is performing and what needs to be changed to enhance the user experience. Third-party cookies used for analysis to gauge site use include – Google Analytics, LiveChat, Act-on, etc..
Primary purpose is to collect data about your past activity, preferences and interests to personalize what you view on our website on your next visit..
QRC adopts reasonable and appropriate security procedures and practices including administrative, physical, technological controls to protect personal data from loss, misuse, alternation or destruction.