Cookie Policy

This Cookies Policy adds more detail to our Privacy Policy about the information we collect when you visit the site. In this Cookies Policy, the expressions "we", "us" or "our" mean Orgment. or another Orgment group company as may be identified in this web site.

We may use "cookies" to identify visitors to the site and to provide information to Orgment about how the site is used. Cookies will also help us to provide you with a good experience when you browse the site. Cookies are widely used by web sites for these purposes. A cookie is a small piece of text which attaches to your computer or device (but does not access your computer or device) and which can store and track information on how you make use of this site.

Most browsers will automatically accept a cookie but it is possible to set your browser to notify you prior to the cookie being sent, to allow you to accept or reject it.

The cookies we use are "analytical" or "functional" cookies. They allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors to the site and to see how visitors move around the site when they are using it. This helps us to improve the way our site works and the information made available to visitors, for example by ensuring that visitors are finding what they are looking for easily. They are cookies supplied by the relevant non-Orgment companies listed below, and you can visit their web sites for more details of each cookie and how it works.

We are not responsible for the cookies provided by third parties on their own sites, even if we link to those sites from this one. Please review the privacy policy or cookies policy of those sites for information about their cookies.

Google Analytics cookies

Estimate our audience size and usage pattern

SiteCore cookies

These cookies remember your settings/preferences for increased usability throughout Orgment sites

NET session tracking cookies

Although these cookies are set when you visit this site, they are not actively used by us

Scoobi analytics cookies

Estimate our audience size and usage pattern on some country-specific sites