To offer a better experience this website uses COOKIES

Sysmatch uses cookies. A cookie is a piece of information that your browser stores on your computer's disk. Each time you access our website, our server will recognize the 'cookie' and will provide us information about your last visit, enabling us to provide better service. Most browsers accept the use of 'cookies' automatically. You can, however, modify the browser configuration so that not from happening. You can find more information about 'cookies' at Cookie Policy.

Cookie Policy

  To allow for the use of features or to optimize your browsing experience on our website ,, com we have occasionally installed small files named cookies on your computer or mobile device.
When using this website, you will be agreeing to our placing said cookies on your computer or mobile device under the terms and for the objectives mentioned below.

What are cookies?

  A cookie is a small text file that a website installs on your computer or mobile device when you visit it. During a certain period of time, these files allow the website to recall your browsing actions and preferences, such as, for example, your user name, the language chosen to browse the website or the viewing definitions thereof. That is why, at times, when you go through the pages or return to a website you have already visited, in principle, you don’t have to repeat certain actions or indicate your preferences once again.

Types of cookies

Cookies can be divided into two distinct types:
(a) Session cookies – are cookies that remain on the user’s browser only for the duration of the visit, thereby disappearing as soon as the user leaves the website. .
(b) Persistent cookies – are cookies that remain on the user’s browser for a certain period of time after the user leaves the website, unless he deletes them. How do we use cookies? The Sysmatch website uses various cookies.

Collection and processing of personal details when you visit this website:

(a) Google Tag Manager - Tag management platform that allows for the implementation and update of tags and code snippets on the website quickly by means of only one interface. This tool only implements labels, whereby it does not capture any cookies, neither is any personal information collected. Google Tag Manager will activate other labels as needed, however, it does not access the details collected at any time.

Web Analytics:
(b) Google Analytics - Google analytical tool, which allows for the interpretation of use and interaction with this website. Google Analytics allows for the analysis of this website’s use. This information, stored on Google’s servers, will serve to compile reports on the activity of the users on the website. At any time, the user may deactivate the traceability by this analytical tool on any navigation device.

Online Publicity:

(a) Google Ads - Google publicity platform by means of which the advertisers may present their advertisements to the public.
      - Conversion of Google Ads – This feature of Google Ads allows for the measurement of the success of publicity campaigns when storing a cookie on the device, by means of which a session is initiated on the website. The information gathered only allows for the knowledge that a given user clicked on an advertisement and was redirected to the website. No personal details are collected, which may identify users.
     - Google Ads Remarketing – This feature of Google Ads allows for relevant advertisements to be presented that are based on the interests of the users within the network of Google’s publicity. To this end, the interaction of users on the website is analysed, in order to present relevant publicity after their session.

(b) Facebook Ads
      - Facebook public personalized (Facebook Pixel) – The website uses Facebook’s remarketing feature. It allows that the website’s visitors see advertisements based on their interests when visiting social media or other websites that also use this feature.

(c)LinkedIn Ads
     - LinkedIn Insight Tag – in order to optimize publicity campaigns and accompany conversions resulting from these, there is a code snippet that when placed on this website also allows for the knowledge of more interaction details about the audience and that, later, directs publicity based on the interaction on this website. The information obtained with this fragment of code is only demographic and at no time will it allow to obtain personal information about the users.

How do we use cookies?
The cookies on this website have been classified into the following categories:

(1) Required Cookies accepted by default, as they are needed to use the site. The use of Google ReCaptcha is included in this category for protection against bots/ spam in our forms.
(2) User Preference Cookies: Save the language the user selects
(3) Statistics Cookies: Google Analytics
(4) Third Party Cookies: Google ReCaptcha
(5) Acceptance Cookies: Google Ads, Facebook Ads, LinkedIn Ads (these cookies are used for the marketing purposes of Sysmatch).

How do we use cookies?

This website uses several cookies and by omission, only activates those required. When the user accepts this Policy and understanding what cookies are, he is allowing Sysmatch to activate the User’s Preference Cookies, as well as Statistical Cookies and Acceptance Cookies.

How to control cookies?

One can control and/or delete the cookies one wishes to. At any given moment, the user has the possibility of configuring their computer to accept all the cookies. In the same manner, the user can delete all the cookies already installed on their computer or device, or activate an option available on most browsers that prevents them from being installed. For further information consult the “Help” function on your browser. Not installing cookies may limit the use of websites in general, and deactivate certain services and features offered through said websites.

Google Analytics opt-out browser

In order to provide users with a greater choice on how their data is gathered by Google Analytics, Google developed the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on. The add-on communicates with the JavaScript of Google Analytics (ga.js) to indicate that the information about the visit to the website should not be sent to Google Analytics. The Google Analytics Opt-out extra Browser does not prevent the information from being sent to the website itself or to other web analytics services. Find out more about the Google Analytics Opt-out extra Browser.

Acceptance of these terms
When using this website, you agree that your information will be collected and used as established in this Cookie policy and Privacy policy. If we change our privacy or cookie policy in any way, said changes will be published on this site.

At any time, Sysmatch may modify, add or eliminate the Privacy Policy of its website, ( by means of the update of this content. Please be advised that you may exercise your rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition free of charge by sending an email to ( Sysmatch.

This Policy was revised (version 2) and updated on 04/07/2019.

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