Protecting your personal data: Updates to xTuple Privacy Policy

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Your privacy — and transparency — is important to us.

If you're like us, you've been getting a lot of email in recent days about people making updates to their privacy policies to comply with the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Here at xTuple, we're doing the same.

We suggest you read our policies in full, but here are highlights of changes:

1. Added more information to our Privacy Policy about the data we collect, the ways in which we use it, and how we keep your data safe; and

2. Outlined your privacy rights and how to exercise them.

We've also published an addendum to our software licenses (open source and commercial) and other commercial contracts that explains how you may be using xTuple software as a "Data Processor." If you store or process data related to EU citizens or businesses, you want to review this document, too.

Updates to our policies go into effect on May 25, 2018, at which point your continued use of xTuple software and our websites will be considered acceptance of these updated terms.

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Missy Schmidt

Vice President Marketing

Since early 2012, Missy has directed marketing for xTuple open source ERP, including the global user conference, inbound and outbound content marketing, lead generation, sales campaigns, website design and digital strategies. She has ties to the business and economic development, startup and entrepreneurial communities in Virginia and nationally. Prior to joining xTuple, Missy was VP of strategic communication and marketing for Hampton Roads Partnership, a public-private corporation that worked to improve the region's economy within the international marketplace. Before that, Missy spent 25+ in sales, including product development, within the industries of telecommunications, retail, industrial food service, contract packaging and manufacturing. Missy holds a B.S. from James Madison University. She and her husband reside in the "innovation corridor" of downtown Norfolk.