Privacy Policy

Garland Industries LLC

Garland Industries Website uses cookies to enhance the customer experience. No personal information is collected. Cookies are small pieces of information that are placed on your computer that are automatically sent to websites when you visit a webpage. By using the Garland Industries website, you agree to have cookies placed on your computer. If you need more information, please contact us.

Garland Industries keeps some personal information on our servers. This information includes your contact information, contract, and license agreement information.

All connections to the Garland Industries website are secured using encryption (https) to help protect all information that is transferred.

Garland Industries uses 3rd party vendors for some tasks. Some of your information may be sent to these vendors. These vendors include PayPal, MailChimp, and Google Analytics. Your information is never sold to other entities.

Garland Industries respects your data and privacy. If you would like to view the information that we have recorded about you, then please send us a message. If you would like us to no longer use your data for any purpose, then send us a message as well.

Graderworks

Graderworks checks for updates when you first launch the application. To help prevent unauthorized use of the software and measure usage, the current licence key, computer unique ID, and ip address are recorded during this check-for-updates event. This information is stated in the user agreement agreed to during installation. Questions? Send us a message.

When Graderworks analyses SOLIDWORKS files, it stores the information on your computer. This data is not accessable to Garland Industries LLC. If you would like more information about this data please contact us.

Sometimes, Garland Industries may ask you for debugging information about Graderworks. Sending this information is voluntary. Any information that you send us will be treated confidentially. Any data that you send to us containing student identifying information will be de-identified or deleted after the problem is solved.