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Company:

Fujitsu Enabling Software Technology GmbH
Schwanthaler Straße 75A
80336 München
Germany
Phone: +49 (89) 360 908 - 0
Fax: +49 (89) 360 908 - 245
Email: info(at)est.fujitsu.com

Managing Directors:

Christian Menk
Hans-Dieter Gatzka
Dr. Yuji Takada

Commercial Register:

Registered Seat: Munich, Germany
Court of Registry: Amtsgericht München
Reg. No. HRB 143325
VAT Identification number: DE 813463959

Responsible in terms of § 55 Section 2 of the German Interstate Broadcasting Agreement:

Dr. Wolfgang Ries
Chief Marketing Officer
Fujitsu Enabling Software Technology GmbH
Schwanthaler Straße 75A
80336 München
Germany

Data Privacy:

Andreas Wolf
Data Protection Officer
Fujitsu Enabling Software Technology GmbH
Schwanthaler Straße 75A
80336 München
Germany
E-Mail: Datenschutz(at)est.fujitsu.com

Information according to Article 13-14 GDPR

Purpose of the data collection, processing or use:





Company Objectives:

The objectives of the Company are

(i) To develop, produce and distribute software as well as

(ii) To provide all services connected with software, which are developed, produced or distributed by the Company or third parties.


The Company is entitled to carry on all or any business and to take all measures in connection with the Company’s objects or which are deemed to further its objects directly or indirectly. These Company objects are guiding for the collection, processing and use of personal data by the Company in close cooperation with its development, manufacturing, distribution and service partners.

The support of international customers , suppliers and business partner is ensured by the global sales and service organizations of Fujitsu as well as by the parent company Fujitsu Ltd, Japan

Any data collection, processing and use of personal data takes place on the basis of legal regulations or in order to fulfil the purposes specified above

Warranty Services:

The following partner participate in the provision of warranty services:

a) Local, customer specific service partners for service desk services

b) Local, customer specific service and sales partners

c) The dedicated product manufacturer within its product liability and warranty as supplier.

Legal basis for the processing of personal data by Fujitsu:

In general Fujitsu derives the legal basis for its data processing from Article 6 GDPR. In particular, these are the following principles in accordance with Fujitsu's business purpose

(i) Fujitsu processes your personal data as necessary for the performance of a contract or in order to take steps prior to entering into a contract (See Article 6 (1)(b))

(ii) Fujitsu processes your personal data as necessary for compliance with a legal obligation. (See Article 6 (1) (c)

(iii) Fujitsu processes your personal data in the legitimate interest of Fujitsu or a third party if this is necessary and equitable. (See Article 6 (1) lit. f). The legitimate interests of Fujitsu result from the business purpose as described above and

(iv) Fujitsu processes your personal data wherever necessary and possible on the basis of consent (See Article 6 (1) (a))

Description of the affected groups of persons and the related data or data categories:

If requested, we are more than glad to inform you of the procedures in which your data is possibly saved and which data is involved in each individual case.

The systems and processes of Fujitsu affect the following groups

(i) Customers, prospective customers, s, subscribers

(ii) suppliers,

(iii) consultants and partners,

(iv) employees and applicants as well as in dedicated cases former employees of Fujitsu

In its systems and processes Fujitsu mostly uses the following categories of data or data:

(i) Personal master data (e.g. first name, last name, title, address)

(ii) Communication data (e.g. telephone e-mail)

(iii) Contract master data (contractual relationship, interest in the product and performance of the contract)

(iv) Customer history

(v) Contract billing and payment data (e.g. bank details, account number or, if applicable, credit card number)

(vi) Planning and control data

(vii) Information details of third parties (e.g. credit agencies or public registers)

In a very limited scope (mainly internally related to the employment relationship between employees and Fujitsu) Fujitsu also collects, stores, processes and uses special categories of personal data in accordance with Article 9 GDPR within the legally prescribed framework.

Fujitsu works with IT service providers, especially cloud service providers, within its own IT infrastructure as well as in the CRM and service environment.

If and to the extent Fujitsu is able to access or have access to the data of its customers during the performance of its services, this shall base on the service agreement and the corresponding data protection regulations, and Fujitsu works strictly in accordance with the instructions and on behalf of the customer. The specifications regarding groups of persons, type of data, data categories and, if applicable, special categories of personal data shall be determined by the Fujitsu customer.

Recipients or categories of recipients to whom the data might be disclosed:

Public authorities, where legal provisions are of central importance, service providers and suppliers in the context of order processing or on the basis of legitimate interest.

Transfer of data to third countries (countries outside EEA):

The communication data of all employees are available to Fujitsu employees worldwide, and thus also in third countries.

Data of customers, suppliers and service providers are transferred only on the basis of legal regulations.

In principle, data is transferred to recipients in third countries on the basis of appropriate guarantees.

Technical and organizational measures:

Fujitsu takes all appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect the personal data and information it has stored.
Depending on the specific service agreed, these measures may include the following:
Access control, disk control, storage control, user control, access control, transmission control, input control, transport control, recoverability, reliability, data integrity, job control, availability control and separability.

Your rights:


Information requests:

Under the applicable data protection laws in the country in which you are located, you may have certain rights with respect to your personal data, as for example right of access, rectification, modification, cancellation, limitation of processing, data portability.

For further information on data protection and how you can assert your rights against Fujitsu, please refer to our data protection policy which we have published on the Internet.

In case of questions Fujitsu's data protection organization will be happy to support you.

Please contact:

Data Protection Officer
Fujitsu Enabling SoftwareTechnology GmbH
Schwanthalerstraße 75a
D-80336 Munich
E-Mail: Datenschutz(at)est.fujitsu.com

Further information and explanations on the rights mentioned can be found on the website „Rights for citizens of the European Commission“ as well as.

Bavarian State Office for Data Protection Supervision

Promenade 27 (Schloss)
91522 Ansbach
Telefon: 0981/53-1300
Telefax: 0981/53-5300

E-Mail: poststelle(at)lda.bayern.de

Homepage: https://www.lda.bayern.de/en/index.html

An overview of national and international data protection authorities can be found here.