Websites must get consent to send cookies to your computer or mobile device unless the cookies are strictly necessary to provide services to you. If you do not agree with saving strictly necessary cookies on your device, please do not continue browsing our webpage.However, we also have cookies on our website that are set by third parties – not Inovize. There is more information on control of third party functionality cookies on our website at the end of this page.You can withdraw your consent to our cookies at any time even if you have previously consented in accordance with the above cookie preference options. However, please do remember that if you do not consent to any cookies our website will not work, and if you do not consent to our functionality cookies parts of our website will not work.The table below explains what cookies we use on our website, why we use them and whether they are strictly necessary or another type of cookie e.g. “functionality” or “analytical” cookies. We also state in the table whether a cookie is a “persistent” or “session” cookie. The difference is that:
Persistent cookies remain on your device between browsing sessions. They are activated each time you visit the website that created that particular cookie. For example, where a “persistent cookie” is used on a website to remember your log-in details, you will not need to enter those details each time you visit that website.
Session cookies allow website operators to link the actions of a user during a browser session. A browser session starts when you open the browser window and finishes when you close the browser window. Session cookies are created temporarily. Once you close the browser, all session cookies are deleted.
Strictly necessary cookies are essential to enable you to receive a service on a website. For example, cookies that help us comply with the law (e.g. such as to keep your information safe). We would not be able to operate our website without using the “strictly necessary” cookies listed below.
Name Purpose Pesistent/Session
All Kentico cookies are associated with a level. The higher the level, the more intrusive the cookie. This cookie stores the level with which the user has indicated they are comfortable, as selected on this page
A session is a period of interaction between a user and a website. The session expires when the browser is closed. This cookie is used to ensure the site behaves consistently between page loads in a given session (used for functionality such as a shopping cart which needs to persist for the duration of the user’s session). Without this cookie the site is essentially ‘stateless’ so can’t know two page requests are from the same individual.
This cookie remembers the fact that a visitor has cleared the cookie consent popup notification. It prevents the popup being displayed repeatedly.
Inovize’s functionality cookies
Functionality cookies allow the website to remember choices you make (such as your log in details). They also enable enhanced, more personal features, e.g. such as remembering your preferred language on multi-lingual websites.
Information collected by “functionality” cookies may or may not be anonymised, but they cannot track your browsing activity on other websites.
If a user is logged in to the website this cookie is used to remember, in a secure way, their log-in status and identity, throughout the session. In essence this does the same as the ASP.NET_SessionId cookie, but with that extra element of identification.
Stores the visitor’s preferred content culture. On multi-lingual websites this cookie ensures a language selected by a user becomes their default for future visits.
Inovize’s analytical cookies
Analytics cookies records information about, amongst other things, the webpages you have visited on our site, how long you have spent on our site and the frequency with which you visit our site.
Information collected by “analytical” cookies may or may not be anonymised, but they cannot track your browsing activity on other websites.
This cookie indicates if the user has visited the website before. Used for tracking the visitor statistic in Web analytics
If the individual has arrived on the site as part of a campaign configured in Kentico, this cookie stores the campaign ID so interactions can be associated as part of that campaign monitoring.
This cookie stores the IDs of all campaigns currently being tracked for this user (refer to Campaign cookie for more info).
This cookie stores the URL from which this this visitor arrived at the site
This cookie stores a unique identifier for the current visitor, used to track activities on the website. This tracking can be anonymous, but the identifier is associated with a database record which can be used to store any personal information submitted by the website.
are a practice of serving different versions of the same page to different users and monitoring how the versions perform against defined targets. This cookie is used to track the results for any AB tests being run on pages the user has visited. This will also ensure page content is consistent for the visitor (i.e. they’re not served different versions of the AB test page on different visits).
This cookie is similar to CMSAB but used for multivariate testing (where parts of the page have different versions as opposed to the entire page). Persistent
This cookie stores certain properties of the user’s browser and context (such as language, device etc.). It is used in providing accessibility standards.
This cookie indicates if the user has visited the website before. Used for tracking the visitor statistic in Web analytics.
Third Party Cookies
We embed third party functionality into our website:
Google Analytics is used to analyse traffic on our website;
YouTube is used to play video content on our website; and
Google Maps is used to provide map functionality on our website.
These third parties may set functionality and analytical cookies on the Inovize website which are necessary to make their services work on the Inovize website. These cookies are set by the third parties; Inovize only allows them to do so. However, the data controllers of the personal data, to the extent personal data is collected by those cookies, are those third parties. Google/YouTube does not allow users to set cookie preferences. You can change your third party cookie preferences by setting your browser settings in a way that you are informed if cookies are downloaded on to your computer or mobile device and that you are able to decide on: the acceptance of certain cookies in certain cases; a general acceptance; or rejection. Please be aware that in case of a rejection of third party cookies, the functionality of the third party services on our website may be impaired for you.
Our Privacy Notice
Some cookies may constitute personal information. Our Website Privacy Notice contains more information on how we may use, handle and disclose your personal information, how you can access your personal information and request the correction of your personal information, how you can complain about a breach of the law and how we will deal with that complaint.