Basic system information of visitors to our website such as IP address, browser information and general activity on the website.
Email address when provided by the user. By providing your email, you agree to receive email communication from Aplos Software which
may include software notifications, special offers, company news and other communication.
Basic account information and activity on Aplos Software products of registered users to support everyday business purposes.
We automatically collect certain information through the use of "cookies" to better understand how you interact with our site, monitor
your usage and improve your experience. These are small files that your browser places on your computer. Most Internet browsers automatically
accept cookies. You can instruct your browser, by editing its options, to stop accepting cookies or to prompt you before accepting a
cookie from the websites you visit.
What we do with your information
Support everyday business purposes on the software products.
Tell you about relevant products and services. Users may unsubscribe from any communications except essential software notifications
required for everyday business purposes.
Provide relevant customer support to improve your experience and satisfaction.
Our commitment to privacy and security
Strict security measures, computer safeguards and monitoring are used to protect the personal information of all Aplos Software users.
Our systems are secured behind a heavily restricted firewall and all transmissions between our users and our system are encrypted.
Aplos Software restricts access to user's personal information and financial data.
We do not share user's private information with third-parties without your permission.
Form 990 information
Public Information: Most of the information in Form 990 is considered public, so in addition to transmitting to the IRS and elected
states upon the user's request, the public information may be made available to third parties (such as Guidestar) or published online.
Private Information: Some information in Form 990, particularly Schedule B (Schedule of Contributors), is considered private and will
be transmitted to the IRS and elected state offices as required, but not intentionally provided to any third parties or published online.