Home Company Cookies on our websites

Cookies on our websites

Cookies are small text files which are stored on a user's device when visiting a website. Cookies can be used, for example, to ensure the technical functionality of the pages and to target marketing.

Unique visitor identification is required in some Orbis online services, such as the webshop and event registrations. We also strive primarily to produce content that is interesting and necessary for our customers and we want to make it easily accessible. For this reason, we store and combine information collected with cookies from our online services. Description of the personal data processing can be found in our register description >>

You can delete the stored cookies from your web browser after using the service or you can block them in your web browser settings.

  • You can edit your cookie settings related to our webshop here www.worbis.shop >>
  • You can edit your cookie settings related to our homepage from the pop-up window at the bottom of this page

Necessary cookies

Google Tag Manager

Google Tag Manager helps us manage cookies, share the various tags and scripts of code which our sites need to function.

Worbis

Our webshops Worbis.fi and Worbis.shop need cookies to function, for example, to collect products in a shopping cart and to process orders.

GoToWebinar

Registration and participation in our webinars require cookies related to the service.

Other cookies

Google analytics

Visitor tracking helps us develop our website. The tracking includes, e.g. the number of visitors to the site and which pages are visited.

Leadfeeder

Leadfeeder is a service which enables us to identify companies that visit our sites.

Pardot

Pardot connects our online services to our customer register and newsletters. These cookies enable e.g. subscribing content to email and event registrations.

Olark chat

Via chat you can contact our customer service or leave a message.

Google ads

The performance of our advertisements on the search engine is monitored by these cookies.
 

Updated 11th Nov 2020

More information