Relationship Science provides technology-driven relationship intelligence to help businesses develop relationships with key influencers. Their 500+ developers and researchers utilize proprietary technology to provide clients with the highest quality data possible. Relationship Science's client development team is dedicated to providing top-tier service to its clients.
They offer tools to help businesses grow their relationships with key influencers. The client development team at Relationship Science is dedicated to providing top-tier service to their clients. They offer tools to help businesses grow their relationships with key influencers. The company's core beliefs include taking a practical approach to business development and utilizing technology to provide insights into relationships.
The client development team provides valuable services to their clients and is always looking for new ways to help them grow their business. Relationship Science has many clients, from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. They have worked with companies such as Google, Facebook, and Goldman Sachs. Relationship Science is headquartered in New York City.
Relationship Science has raised over $120 million from investors. Notable investors include Tiger Global Management, DST Global, and Salesforce Ventures. In 2021, Relationship Science was acquired by Euromoney.
The acquisition will help Euromoney expand its data and analytics offering. Euromoney is a leading provider of data and intelligence on the global financial markets.
Their technology is based on algorithms that analyze public data to provide actionable insights, including real-time updates on an individual's relationship status changes.
The type of consumer data collected can vary, but mostly it is:
Contact and sign-in information: Name, email address, phone number, and physical address.
Payment information: Credit or debit card number and billing information.
Demographic information: Gender, age, zip code, and interests.
Information about your interactions with different services: Time spent on our website, which pages you visit, IP address, referring website, and location data.
Employment information: Current and past job history, resume, skills, education, and professional licenses and certifications.
Geolocation data: GPS coordinates, device settings, and bluetooth.
Unique identifiers: Device ID number, cookies, and mobile ad IDs.
Online activity: Search history, browsing history, and interactions with our website and advertisements.
We collect consumer data from a variety of sources, including:
Direct interactions: You may give your consumer data when you fill out a form on our website, sign up for the services, or communicate with relsci in another way.
Indirect interactions: They may also collect consumer data about you from other sources, such as public databases, etc.
Relationship Science uses consumer data for a variety of purposes, including:
To provide and improve Services: They use consumer data to provide and customize them.
To process payments: They use payment information to process your payments and prevent fraud.
To protect their rights and the rights of others: Relsci may use consumer data to detect, investigate, and prevent illegal activity or violations of their policies.
Relsci does not sell consumer data and only shares it in the following limited circumstances:
For business functions: They may share data with service providers who perform business functions on their behalf. For example, they may use third-party payment processors to process payments.
In response to legal requests: They may share data in response to a subpoena, court order, or another legal request.
To prevent harm: They may share data when they believe it's necessary to prevent death or imminent bodily harm. For example, they may share information with law enforcement if they believe you're at risk of harming yourself or others.
The rights given under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and Data Protection Act of 2018 (DPA) are as follows:
The right to know what personal data is collected about them.
The right to have their data deleted.
The right to opt-out of the sale of their data.
The right to access their data.
The right not to be discriminated against for exercising any of these rights.
A company may be fined or sued if it does not comply with these laws. Additionally, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) may take action against a company for unfair or deceptive practices.
Altrata Chief Privacy Officer
Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC8 Bouverie Street
London, EC4Y 8AX