The Xcelience website does not collect information that personally identifies individuals except when that information is provided on a voluntary basis. We also tell you why we are asking for the information, for example, to assess your suitability for a career opportunity you have applied for or send you newsletters you have requested. Information provided to Xcelience will not be sold or made available to a third party for commercial or advertising purposes. We may work with website content management services and data storage providers, however these third parties will be required to agree in writing to comply with all applicable privacy and security laws related to your personal information.

The Xcelience website may employ “cookies”. These are small files stored in your computer that identify users entering a website. These cookies allow us to direct you to your preferred Xcelience subsection and enable statistical analyses of how our website is used. This allows us to measure interest in various sections of the site so we can improve design and content to serve you better. Only aggregated data from these analyses, not individual records, will be used for this purpose.

Website users should be aware that electronic mail is not a secure or private method of transmitting information. Please do not send confidential information to us via e-mail.

Our website may also contain links to third-party websites. The practices of these sites are outside the control of Xcelience. Users should verify the privacy policies of these sites before submitting information to them.