LAST UPDATED: September 30, 2016.


In these Terms and Conditions (“terms”), Infernotions Technologies Limited of Toronto ON M6P 1Y8, Canada shall, unless otherwise stated, be referred to herein as “Infer”.

These terms apply to the use of Infer’s web-enabled analytical solutions, herein referred to as “Site” and to the underlying software (“Software”) for conducting analysis, results reporting and information delivery on the data (“Data”) collected by Infer. Infer’s Privacy Notice in regard to the specific data acquired via its cookies, web beacons, pixels or any other tracking mechanisms as relating to its Polytab attribution technology is available here.

This site is offered to you by Infer. Your sign-in and use of this Site constitutes your agreement to the following terms in addition to the service agreement (“Contract”) between your organization and Infer governing your access to this site. If you do not agree with these terms or with the terms in the Contract, then you are not authorized to use this Site.

The Site is made available to you solely for the purpose of enabling Infer to provide services to you and it may not be used for any other purpose. The terms of the Contract will also apply to your use of this Site.

Whilst we use appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect the security of the web site and the hosting service, we cannot guarantee the security and integrity of the system used to access the service or of the Internet.

You will take all reasonable precautions to protect passwords and any other security items issued to you and will prevent their unauthorized use. If you become aware of any unauthorized access or use of the site using your passwords you must contact Infer immediately.

Infer may amend these terms from time to time. You should check this notice on a regular basis in order to be aware of any such changes. If you no longer want to comply with these terms (as amended) you should immediately cease use of the site and notify Infer through our e-mail address notified above.

Infer reserves the right to terminate use or availability of the site in its absolute discretion.
Your use of the Internet and this site may be subject to local, state, national and international laws and you agree that you will comply with all applicable laws relating to your use of the site.

This site, all graphic representations or images on it and the Software belong to Infer. Copyright and all intellectual property rights in the site, all graphic representations or images on it or relating to it and the Software are vested in Infer. No part of the text or graphics on this site may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical or otherwise, including by photocopying, facsimile transmission, recording, re-keying or using any information storage and retrieval system without permission in writing from Infer.


The Software provides analytical decision support for our clients (“Clients”). You agree that by accepting the terms of this agreement, you are expressly acknowledging that the use of the Software is at your own risk. Infer makes no warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including but not limited to implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, with respect to the Software and any accompanying documentation.

In no event shall Infer be liable for any damages (including damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business information, or other pecuniary loss) arising out of the use of or inability to use the Software, even if Infer has been advised of the possibility of such damages. This limitation of liability shall have no application to any liability for death or personal injury nor to any liability arising as a result of fraud on part of Infer (or for which Infer is vicariously liable) nor to any liability which cannot lawfully be excluded or limited.


General principles of Infer’s data usage and security governance are listed below. Infer’s Privacy Notice in regard to the specific data acquired via its cookies, web beacons, pixels or any other tracking mechanisms as relating to its Polytab attribution technology is available here.

3.1 Data Collection and Purpose

The site is made available solely for the purpose of enabling Infer to provide services to you; it may not be used for any other purpose. These services will include but are not limited to the listed below:

  • reporting,
  • tracking,
  • decision support,
  • aberration detection,
  • planning,
  • optimization.

3.2 Detailed Use of Data

3.2.1 Identification and Verification

When first entering the site you will be asked to supply certain information that will in turn be used to populate basic requirements for the services Infer provides via this site. You can update this information at any time in the future by requesting the site administrator for the change.

3.2.2 Data explorer

Infer will collect and/or process your organization’s transactions data. This information will be parsed and presented in accordance with the agreement with your employer. The confidentiality of this information must be preserved as per the engagement terms with your employer.

3.2.3 Business process management

As per the terms of our contract with your organization, Infer offers decision support to your business function. Upon formal and written notification from your organization we will make select transactions detail available through the portal to support your processes.

3.3 Data Amendments and Retention

Information collected via this site will only be kept in order to provide the required service. Once the service has been completed all information will be destroyed in accordance with Infer’s data retention policies. Should you require your information to be updated, amended or deleted from our records you can do this via the site or by notifying your normal Infer contact.

3.4 Cookies

The Site and/or any of its governed sections may use “Cookies”. “Cookies” is a name for the technology that allows our site to store tokens of information (an identifier) in your browser used only by our site while you are on our site. Cookies help us track traffic patterns so that we know which areas of our site users like/don’t like. We do not link personal data to the information contained in the cookie to determine or track the identity of any user to the site.

If you do not want to receive a cookie from the Site, you have the option of setting your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie so that you may determine whether to accept it or not (see your browser settings to do that). You can also opt-out  through the link.

3.5 Security

Infer has implemented accepted standards of technical measure and security policies that protect the information it has under its control. These include:

  • Improper use or disclosure
  • Page component level security
  • Page level security
  • Service level security
  • Password lockouts
  • 20 minute stagnancy application lockouts
  • Secure (encrypted) access
  • Unauthorized modification
  • Unlawful destruction or accidental loss

Despite the measures implemented by Infer, the responsibility for securing your workstations and the passwords used to access this Software resides solely and completely with you.

3.6 Security breach notification

In the event you become aware of a security breach such as

  • password hacks,
  • laptop theft,
  • disgruntled employees,
  • data theft,
  • any other tactic that exposes confidential data located on the Site to unauthorized personnel

it is your responsibility to inform Infer of the breach as soon as possible. File a report with the account manager responsible for the relationship with your company for initiating Infer’s threat mitigation process.

3.7 Disclosure to Third Parties

The data you provide is shared only with authorized employees of Infer, in certain circumstances, and to a limited extent, your employer, vendors pre-approved by your employer, and on a restricted basis to vendors who may supply information management services to us. Access to your information is limited by need, and those who have access to the data have agreed to maintain the confidentiality of such information. Infer will only disclose your personal details for the following reasons:

  • Where the transfer is necessary to fulfill your request.
  • Where we may be required to do so under the terms of our engagement with your employer.

3.8 Links to Other Websites

Visitors to the Site may be able to follow links to other third party websites. Infer does not take any form of responsibility for the management of these sites and the data they collect. We would recommend that you read the third party website’s privacy policy to learn more about its practices before submitting any information.

3.9 Changes to This Policy

Infer may change this policy statement as needed. If changes to the statement are made, please note that it may take up to 30 business days before new privacy practices are implemented.


By using this web site you acknowledge that all current copyright, patents and other proprietary intellectual property rights used by Infer for the Site or for the Software are vested with Infer and accordingly agree that you will

  • not license, sublicense, sell, transfer, assign, distribute or otherwise make the intellectual property related to the Site available to any third party (whether for reward or otherwise);
  • modify or make derivative works based on the Site or the Software;
  • create web links to the application services or frame or mirror any of the audio visual content, information or documents derived from the Site services on any other server or internet based device;
  • reverse engineer or access the Site or the Software with the intention of creating a competitive product or service or of copying any concepts, features, functions or graphics available through the Software.


By using this Site you agree to not

  • send spam or otherwise duplicative or unsolicited messages in violation of applicable laws;
  • send or store obscene, defamatory, threatening or other unlawful material, including material that may be harmful to children or constitute a violation of personal rights of any third party;
  • attempt to gain unlawful access to the Software or assist any third party to do so;
  • send or store material containing software viruses, worms, Trojan horses or other harmful or potentially harmful computer coding.