SMTC Corporation respects your right to privacy. When you provide SMTC with your name, e-mail address, mailing address, or telephone number and do not ‘opt out,’ SMTC may use the information to alert you to press releases, events, new services and other information. If you do not want SMTC to contact you, you may “opt out” of this preference at any time, either online or by phone. You’ll have the option to opt back in at any time. SMTC does not sell user information to third parties. We may need to disclose personal information if required by law.
What information do we collect?
In general, we collect business information that we believe will lead to deeper relationships with our clients and vendors or to promote our services. Also, if you contact SMTC, we may keep a record of that communication. We may occasionally ask users and visitors to provide additional information that we use for research purposes in order to improve our services. “Cookies”
How does SMTC use your information?
SMTC’s primary goal in collecting information is to provide our users with a better online experience and promote our sales and marketing efforts. We will not share your personal information with anyone without your permission. We do not sell, trade or rent the personal information that SMTC users provide. We may, however, collect aggregate data about our user population (i.e. demographic information regarding the region or location of our user base) for marketing purposes, to test new functions and services. Users may provide us with as much or as little information as they choose, and we will always use our best efforts to safeguard it. SMTC also offers a ‘Client’ portal login for clients to upload files to a secure location on our server. In order to grant access, clients may be asked to provide information. If you change your e-mail or physical address, please contact SMTC and include both your old and new addresses. We may also hire other companies to provide limited services for us. If we decide to do so, we will only provide the customer information the company needs in order to fulfill that service. They will not be allowed to use that information in any other way.