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Be Shaping the Future - Financial Industry Solutions AG
Frühlingstraße 2
84034 Landshut
Germany


Phone: +49 (0) 871 27 66-0
Fax: +49 (0) 871 27 66-199
E-mail: information(at)be-stf.de

Place of Jurisdiction
Landshut District Court
Commercial Register (HRB) No. 5368

VAT No.: DE 213 269 974

Chairman of the Executive Board
Dipl.-Phys. Stefan Reither

Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Dipl.-Inform. (FH) Rüdiger Borsutzki





Privacy Policy


Die folgenden Datenschutzhinweise informieren Sie darüber, wie wir Ihre persönlichen Daten verwenden. Dabei halten wir uns an die Bestimmungen des deutschen Datenschutzrechts sowie an die Anforderungen aus der europäischen Datenschutz-Grundverordnung (DSGVO).

Verantwortlicher

Verantwortlicher im Sinne der DSGVO, sonstiger in den Mitgliedsstaaten der EU geltenden Datenschutzgesetze und anderer Bestimmungen mit datenschutzrechtlichem Charakter ist:

Be Shaping the Future - Financial Industry Solutions AG
Frühlingstraße 2
D-84034 Landshut
Deutschland
E-Mail:info(at)be-stf.de

Kontakt Datenschutzbeauftragter

Den Datenschutzbeauftragten erreichen Sie unter:

Be Shaping the Future - Financial Industry Solutions AG
Frühlingstraße 2
D-84034 Landshut
Deutschland
E-Mail:datenschutz(at)be-stf.de

Umfang der Verarbeitung personenbezogener Daten

Die Erhebung und Verwendung Ihrer personenbezogenen Daten erfolgt regelmäßig nur mit Ihrer Einwilligung (z. B. durch Einsendung von Bewerbungsunterlagen). Eine Ausnahme gilt in solchen Fällen, in denen eine vorherige Einwilligung aus tatsächlichen Gründen nicht möglich ist und die Verarbeitung der Daten durch gesetzliche Vorschriften gestattet ist.
Ihre bei uns gespeicherten Daten schützen wir deshalb durch technische und organisatorische Maßnahmen, um einem Verlust oder Missbrauch durch Dritte wirkungsvoll vorzubeugen.

Verarbeitungszwecke und Rechtsgrundlagen der Verarbeitung Ihrer personenbezogenen Daten

Wir erheben, verarbeiten und nutzen Ihre personenbezogenen Daten für folgende Zwecke:

  • Begründung und Durchführung von Vertragsverhältnissen
  • Kundenservice und Kundensupport
  • Angebote von Waren und Dienstleistungen
  • Kandidatenauswahl, Projektvorbereitung sowie Projektabwicklung

Auf folgenden Rechtsgrundlagen kann die Verarbeitung Ihrer personenbezogenen Daten beruhen:

  • Artikel 6 Absatz 1 lit. a,b,c,d,f DSGVO

Dauer der Speicherung und Löschung von personenbezogenen Daten

Wir verarbeiten und speichern Ihre personenbezogenen Daten nur für den Zeitraum, der zur Erfüllung des Speicherungszweckes erforderlich ist oder sofern dies in Gesetzen oder Vorschriften vorgesehen wurde.

Cookies

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Darüber hinaus siehe Absatz Web-Analyse.

Web-Analyse

Unsere Website verwendet das Webanalysewerkzeug Google-Analytics. Die dadurch erzeugten Informationen werden nicht an Drittanbieter übertragen, sondern nur von uns gespeichert und verarbeitet. Ihre IP-Adresse wird bei diesem Vorgang vor der Speicherung umgehend durch Löschen der letzten 8 Bit anonymisiert, wodurch keine Rückschlüsse auf Ihre Person möglich sind.
Sie können die Speicherung von Google-Analytics Cookies verhindern, indem Sie Ihren Browser so einrichten, dass keine Cookies gespeichert werden.
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Alternativ verhindern Sie mit einem Klick auf diesen Link http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=de, dass Google Analytics innerhalb dieser Website Daten über Sie erfasst. Mit dem Klick auf obigen Link laden Sie ein „Opt-Out-Cookie“ herunter. Ihr Browser muss die Speicherung von Cookies also hierzu grundsätzlich erlauben. Löschen Sie Ihre Cookies regelmäßig, ist ein erneuter Klick auf den Link bei jedem Besuch dieser Website vonnöten.
Hier finden Sie weitere Informationen zur Datennutzung durch die Google Inc.:https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=de
Die Datenverarbeitung erfolgt auf Basis der gesetzlichen Bestimmungen der Art 6 Abs 1 lit a (Einwilligung) oder f (berechtigtes Interesse) der DSGVO.
Unser Anliegen im Sinne der DSGVO (berechtigtes Interesse) ist die Verbesserung unseres Angebotes und unseres Webauftritts. Da uns die Privatsphäre unserer Nutzer wichtig ist, werden die Nutzerdaten anonymisiert.

Weitergabe personenbezogener Daten an Dritte

Bei der Weitergabe Ihrer personenbezogenen Daten achten wir auf ein höchstmögliches Sicherheitsniveau. Daher werden Ihre Daten nur an vertraglich verpflichtete Dienstleister und Partnerunternehmen weitergegeben. Zudem werden Ihre Daten von uns nur an Stellen weitergeleitet, die sich innerhalb des Europäischen Wirtschaftsraums befinden. Eine Übermittlung von Daten in Staaten ohne angemessenes Datenschutzniveau erfolgt derzeit nicht und ist nicht geplant.

Wenn Sie uns Bewerbungsunterlagen zuschicken, verarbeiten wir folgende Daten:

  • Vor- und Nachname
  • Geburtsdatum
  • E-Mail Adresse
  • Telefonnummer
  • Ihre Bewerbungsunterlagen

Ihre Rechte

Ihnen stehen laut Datenschutz-Grundverordnung die Rechte auf Auskunft, Berichtigung, Löschung, Einschränkung, Datenübertragbarkeit und Widerruf zu.

Möchten Sie eines der genannten Rechte in Anspruch nehmen, so genügt eine formlose schriftliche Meldung an uns. Sie können dazu folgende Kontaktdaten verwenden:

Be Shaping the Future - Financial Industry Solutions AG
Frühlingstraße 2
D-84034 Landshut
Deutschland
E-Mail:datenschutz(at)be-stf.de

Links zu Websites anderer Unternehmen

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Änderung der Datenschutzhinweise

Im Zuge der Weiterentwicklung des Internets werden wir auch unsere Datenschutz-Richtlinien laufend anpassen. Änderungen werden wir auf dieser Seite rechtzeitig bekannt geben.




General Terms and Conditions


(Version of January 2020)

1. Scope of Application
1.1. The following General Terms and Conditions (AGB) shall apply to all deliveries and services of Be Shaping the Future – Financial Industry Solu-tions AG (hereinafter referred to as the “contrac-tor”) vis-à-vis merchants, legal entities under pub-lic law and special public sector funds (Section 310 Par. 1 BGB [German Civil Code]).
1.2. We do not accept any deviating general terms and conditions of clients, which we have not acknowledged explicitly in writing, even if we have not objected to them expressly. Such conditions are only valid on express written agreement and for the individual case only.

2. Quotation, Orders
2.1. All quotations have a binding effect. A contract is only concluded after receipt of our written order acceptance, which can also be in the form of an email message. We do not assume any liability for orders placed orally, by phone or by wire or for other notifications.
2.2. Changes in or supplements to the quotation/the order must be made in writing to become effective. Any oral supplementary agreements are exclud-ed. The requirement of the written form can only be waived in writing.

3. Object of Sale, Rights in Software Products
3.1. We retain the legal right of property and the copyright in our quotations, drafts and other documents delivered. They must not be made available to any third parties.
3.2. Software products with an identical licensing number may only be stored on one system unit. Without the contractor’s written consent, the client shall neither retranslate nor otherwise process any software products.
3.3. The client shall be entitled to make a copy of each software product for backup purposes. In this context, the client is obliged to copy alphanumerical designations, trademarks and copyright notes without making any changes therein and to maintain records about the copies’ locations, which can be inspected by the contractor. The client is not entitled to reproduce documentation.
3.4. The client shall ensure for an unlimited period that software products, any copies thereof and relevant documentation is not made available to third parties without the written consent of the contractor.

4. Prices, Payment, Reservation of Title
4.1. All prices are net prices without any discounts plus applicable VAT.
4.2. Our invoices are due and payable net within 20 days from the invoice date. The customer shall only be entitled to setoff with legally established or uncontested counterclaims.
4.3. Until the full payment of the agreed price, the goods shall remain the property of the contractor (conditional goods). The client may use the conditional goods and shall treat them with care. In relation to third parties, e.g. in the event of attachments, the client shall advise the third party that the products are the property of the contractor and shall immediately notify the con-tractor thereof.

5. Delivery of Software
5.1. Software we developed may only be run on an operating system tested and approved by us. We shall not be liable for any damage, which is due to a violation of this provision.
5.2. Licensed software products, including any successor versions, as well as parts thereof and associated documentation may only be used on the server (workstation) on which it was installed initially. The software products may only be copied for backup purposes and including the proprietary note on the original copy and only for use on this server (workstation). The client shall protect the software products from any interventions of third parties. Persons who exercise the client’s right of use on its behalf shall not be deemed as third parties. The same shall apply to unlicensed software. All rights of exploitation in software remain with the contractor. If the client violates these licensing terms, the contractor shall have the right, after a fruitless warning, to terminate the licensing agreement and to demand the return of software and all parts and copies thereof. Refund of the licensing fee is excluded. The same shall apply to unlicensed software in the case of infringement of the abovementioned provision. The license shall be deemed granted, when the software product is paid. Afterwards the contractor is allowed to use the logo of the client for references.

6. Consulting Services
6.1. The content of consulting services shall be agreed upon in the consulting agreement. Consulting services always relate to a specified period and not to the complete achievement of a defined objective. The contractor will nevertheless attempt to achieve the defined objective within the specified period. Consulting services are always provided by the contractor and not by a specific employee.
6.2. The client shall always bear the sole responsibility for any actions and results deriving from a consulting service.
6.3. The client shall be obliged to request the consulting services defined in the consulting agreement until the end of the consulting agreement. Otherwise, the consulting services shall be deemed as having been rendered by the contractor without proof being required on the part of the provider of services.
6.4. The client shall specify competent contact persons, who shall provide in due time all information and assistance necessary for rendering the relevant services. Any delays, which have incurred due to the late provision of information, shall be charged as waiting time – on the same basis as consulting services.
6.5. The contractor will only pay any damage claims resulting from a violation of duties in connection with consulting services, which are based on gross negligence or intent. The reimbursement is limited to the damage that can be expected within the usual course of affairs. The reimbursement does not cover any economic losses.

7. Warranty
The contractor guarantees that it developed and tested any programmes supplied to its best knowledge. If any defects occur during the ordi-nary operation of the programmes under the operating prerequisites required by the contractor, the client may request removal of the defects within the context of supplementary performance. The contractor shall send the client a confirmation of the recorded defects within 2 hours on working days during business hours from 8:00 to 17:00. Rectification shall be effected within the shortest possible time using all information provided by the client about the programme platform, computer environment and interface files, if the defect is understandable. The contractor does not assume any liability for any expenses incurring and/or incurred in connection with a failure of the programmes. In addition, the contractor does not assume any liability for errors or prob-lems resulting from improper or undocumented operation of the programmes. The right to claim for damages or to cancel the contract after a failed supplementary performance and to the supplementary performance itself is time-barred after 1 year following the delivery of services.

8. Liability of the Contractor
8.1. Provided that nothing different is specified below, other and further claims against us by the Principal, to those supplemental performance and compensation claims explicitly mentioned in these General Terms and Conditions, shall be excluded. This shall specifically apply to compensation claims from breach of duties arising from the contractual obligation and from liability in tort. Therefore, we shall specifically not be held liable for operational disruptions, loss of information and data, lost profit or other financial losses incurred by the Principal.
8.2. The above mentioned liability limitations shall not apply in the case of intent, gross negligence by our legal representatives or management staff, or in the case of culpable breach of material contractual obligations. In the case of breach of material contractual obligations, we shall only be held liable – except in cases of intent or gross negligence by our legal representatives or management staff – for typical contractual, reasonably foreseeable, direct losses.
8.3. Furthermore, the liability limitation shall not apply in cases where liability exists under product liability law for personal injury or property damage to privately used items, resulting from defective delivered goods. It shall also not apply in the case of injury to life, limb or health and the lack of guaranteed characteristics, if and insofar as the purpose of the guarantee was specifically to protect the Principal from losses that are not incurred to the delivered goods themselves.
8.4. Insofar as our liability is excluded or limited, this shall also apply to the personal liability of our salaried employees, wage-earners, staff, legal representatives and auxiliary persons.
8.5. This shall not affect the legal provisions regard-ing the burden of proof.

9. Contractor's Liability for Violation of Third-party Copyrights
9.1. If a third party asserts claims against the client due to a violation of industrial property rights or copyrights (hereinafter referred to as “industrial property rights”) in the products/programmes transferred, leading to an impairment in or prohibition of use of the products/programmes, the contractor, at its option and its own cost will either modify or replace the products/programmes in such a manner that they do not violate industrial property rights, but essentially comply with the agreed specifications, or reimburse the client the third-party licensing fees for use of the products/programmes, or take back the products/programmes against reimbursement of the fees paid by the client, less a certain amount for the period of their use.
9.2. The prerequisites for the contractor’s liability in accordance with Number 8.1 are that the client notifies the contractor immediately in writing of any claims asserted by third parties due to a violation of industrial property rights, does not acknowledge the purported violation and only handles any disputes, including possible out-of-court settlements, after consultation with the contractor. If the client ceases to use the products/programmes in order to mitigate the damages or for other important reasons, it shall be obliged to notify the third party that cessation of use does not represent an acknowledgement of the industrial property rights violation.
9.3. To the extent that the client itself is responsible for the violation of the industrial property rights, any claims against the contractor in accordance with Number 8.1 are excluded. The same shall apply, if the industrial property rights violation is due to specifications provided by the client, to an application not foreseeable by the client or caused by the fact that the products/programmes have been changed by the client or used jointly with other products/programmes not supplied by the contractor.
9.4. Further claims of the client due to a violation of industrial property rights of third parties are excluded. The client’s right to cancel the contract and the regulations mentioned in 7. shall not be affected.

10. Place of Jurisdiction
The place of jurisdiction is Landshut. Any disputes arising out of the business relationship with the contractor are to be interpreted in accordance with German law, unless the particularity of a case leads to a deviating assessment to which both contractual parties agree.




Disclaimer


1. Online Content
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4. Legal effect of this disclaimer
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