Privacy Policy

Digital Procurement DP AB, org. nr. 559101-8527, with address Kammakargatan 48, 111 60 Bromma, Sweden (“Digital Procurement”) is a company established in Sweden and complies with applicable data protection legislation in Sweden.This privacy policy clarifies the types of personal data we may process and for what purpose.


The Privacy Policy refers to the processing of personal data for which Digital Procurement is the Personal Data Controller. The Privacy Policy applies when you share your personal information directly or indirectly with Digital Procurement when you visit our site or use any of our services.The Privacy Policy does not cover the processing of personal data that Digital Procurement carries out as Personal Data Processor to customers. You can contact us at or via our contact form if you have questions regarding our processing of personal data.


Personal data refers to data that can be attributed to you. We may treat the following types of personal data that may be attributed to you:

  • Contact information such as name, e-mail address and phone number (“Account Details”).

    User behavior including digital behavior (such as behavior within the application) (“Digital Behavior”).

    Technical data (such as device ID, IP address) (“Technical Data”).


The purpose and the legal basis for the treatment of each of the personal data categories are as follows:

  • We process Account Details based on your consent to provide Digital Procurement’s services, including enabling us to contact you to e.g. follow up your user experience.

    We deal with Digital Behavior based on our legitimate interest in improving our software, understanding and analyzing user - - behavior and improving the user experience.

    We process Technical Data based on our legitimate interest to understand users.


Personal data is stored as long as it is required to fulfill the purpose. Personal data stored on the basis of your consent will be deleted if the consent is revoked. Note that the revocation of consent does not affect the processing of data that is done on behalf of another Personal Data Controller. Excess data is anonymized and saved after the purpose of the data has been met.


We may share personal data with our Personal Data Processors for the reasons stated above. Some of the Personal Data Processors may be established outside the EEA. We ensure that the Personal Data Processors we work with meet an adequate security standard. To ensure an adequate security standard, for example, the EU’s standard data transfer clauses or (if the transfer is made to the United States) is made by ensuring that the Personal Data Processor is affiliated with Privacy Shield.We will never sell your personal information to third parties.


You are entitled to revoke your consent regarding processing of personal data based on your consent.You are entitled to receive information if we process your personal data, the purpose for which they are processed, if such personal data is transferred to third party countries and, if applicable, those who have received your personal information.You are entitled to receive incorrect information about yourself. Under certain circumstances, including when we find that we process personal data without legal basis or the processing is no longer necessary to fulfill the purpose, you have the right to have the data deleted (the right to be forgotten). If the accuracy of the personal data or the legal basis for treatment is questioned, you may request that the processing of the data will be limited. You have the right to object to treatment that takes place on the basis of Digital Procurement’s legitimate interests. In such opposition, Digital Procurement is required to demonstrate legal grounds for the continued processing of personal data. You can request at any time that your information is not used for marketing purposes.You are entitled to obtain your personal information, to the extent provided by you, in an electronic format that is widely used.We are committed to conducting our business in accordance with the principles set forth above to ensure that the confidentiality of your personal data is protected and maintained.


To update, correct or delete any information we have about you, use any rights that may arise from you above or contact our Personal Information Representative, please contact us at general terms and conditions apply as from March 24, 2023.


We use both sessions and permanent cookies on our websites. A cookie is a small amount of data, often including an anonymous unique identifier, which is sent to your web browser from a website. If your browser is set to accept cookies, the cookie will be saved to your computer’s hard drive. Your browser will accept the access to cookies that the site has sent to your computer.Our cookies provide information that facilitates your use of our site. Our cookies collect information about your use of our site during your current session and over time, your computer’s operating system and browser type, your geographic position, the site you visited before our webpage and links you used to leave our webpage. On some web pages, cookies allow our sites to remember information about our visitors’ language and country of origin. You can change our collection of information by changing the settings for cookies in your browser.