"The Phytorion team has been amazing. They are very knowledgeable and easy to work with. Their commitment to complete customer satisfaction is outstanding."
Mick Holsclaw, Associate Vice Chancellor for ITLos Rios Community College District
"Phytorion provided expert help to review our current position and made recommendations that allowed us to formulate positive plans for our future path."
Hugh Barnes, Strategic Programme ManagerUniversity of Cambridge
"We found ourselves drifting in a sea of data until we were rescued by Phytorion. They threw us a life vest with the creation of useful star schemas, prepared our first dashboards and reports, and have continued to painlessly guide us through our data warehouse journey. Without Phytorion we would not have reached such a rich destination."
Lee Krichmar, IT DirectorCerritos College
Phytorion:Software delivered on time and on budgetProjects designed for your long-term success
We may automatically log generic information about your computer's connection to the Internet. This data consists of things such as IP address, operating system and type of browser software being used and the activities conducted by the user while on our site. An IP address is a number that lets computers connected to the Internet, such as our web servers, know where to send data back to the user, such as the pages of the site the user wishes to view. We collect session data because it helps us analyze such things as: what items visitors are likely to click on most, the way visitors are clicking through the site, how many visitors are surfing to various pages on the site, how long visitors to the site are staying and how often they are visiting. It also helps us diagnose problems with our servers and lets us better administer our systems. It is possible to determine from an IP address a visitor's Internet Service Provider (ISP) and the approximate geographic location of his or her point of connectivity.
We may also set cookies for your web browser as you visit our website or use our services. A cookie is a small piece of information that is stored on a computer for the purpose of identifying the browser used during interaction with websites. Cookies may be used to store items such as identifiers and user preferences.
Other than the electronic information we collect from you as identified above, and transactional information based on your activities on the website, we do not intentionally collect any other personal, non-public information directly from you, except for a valid email address. All other personal information we collect or store regarding you is information taken from publicly available documents filed in the bankruptcy court.
If you choose to access our website, you consent to the transfer and storage of any information we collect (as identified above) and any other information that you choose to provide us. We may collect and store some or all of the information identified above, as well as other information you choose to provide us, such as contact information and correspondence through our site.
We may also disclose personal information to respond to legal requirements, enforce our policies, or protect another person's rights or property. Such information will be disclosed in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.