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comparative tests based on two versions of the solution that differ in a single variable. Based on the conclusions of the tests, it is determined whether the change introduced in the project can have a positive effect on the conversion rate.
creation of a solution (e.g. an application, system, platform) in such a way that it can be comfortably used by as many people as possible. The issue of accessibility is closely related to the barriers faced by elderly or disabled people.
mechanisms that rely on recommendation engines, artificial intelligence and data, and create intelligent, highly contextual shopping hints that adapt to any changes of preferences in real time.
using game engines and mechanisms/scenarios known from games, to unconventionally present information about the product/service offer (promotional purposes) and reach a wide audience with an advertising message. By providing entertainment to users, you can create a positive brand image, increase its visibility, and learn about the behaviour of a group of recipients.
transformation of personal data which prevents the assignment of sensitive data to a natural person.
a combination of real and virtual world. In applications employing the AR technology, most often used is the image from a camera, applied to which are digitally generated 3D elements.
creation of a solution by describing user behavior, and taking into account their perspective. All activities are aimed at providing the recipients with specific functionalities they need and consider an added value.
a process of searching, collecting, analysing and processing a huge amount of unstructured data, which has a different type/format and comes from many sources.
personal data protection rules adapted to local law, regarding the transfer of information between the company, its branches in third countries and a controlling authority, related to economic activity.
data allowing the identification of a natural person through their physical features. The collected data include fingerprints, retinal scans or facial scans.
a business model that indicates the activity structure of the organisation (in such areas as recipients, offer, infrastructure, finance) and the value proposition. The model takes into account those activities that enable revenue to be generated, as well as rational use of resources to effectively propose values.
according to GDPR, a conscious and unambiguous declaration of will to the processing of personal data, which can be revoked at any time.
it is a process of developing software in short cycles, ensuring its reliability. This means that any change made in the code, regardless of its type and size, can be issued (made public) at any time. The idea of Continuous Delivery is to make building, testing and releasing the product even faster and more frequent.
it is a process of merging the results obtained during the programming works; systematic integration of changes made in the code with the main repository, and verification of these changes (by building a project and conducting unit testing).
a basic tool for building the company's identity and awareness among its recipients. One of the most important elements of promotional strategy, consisting of the whole of behaviours and symbols used by the company. It can achieve a distinctive and coherent image, and thanks to its uniqueness – increase its popularity and strengthen its competitiveness.
it is a marketing procedure aimed at selling additional/complementary products/services that together create a comprehensive solution.
managing the relationship and planning the type and amount of interaction between the recipient and the brand. The main idea is to build a positive experience through a proper preparation of the elements of the “customer journey”, e.g. an intuitive and responsive application that is tailored to the needs, or creating a corporate identity consistent with the identity of the organisation and the current trends.
it is carried out by the user; they adjust or make changes in the product (e.g. applications, system, platform) by themselves to match their specific needs. This is done, among others, by configuring the appearance, layout, content or scope of functionality of the product to the available extent.
these are procedures and appropriate technical facilities ensuring the protection of digitally collected data, with particular emphasis on sensitive data.
activities in the field of combining and applying various methods, algorithms and complex programming techniques to conduct intelligent analysis of large amounts of data (Big Data) and acquire knowledge for business purposes. The solution is used for profiling users, identifying the needs and expectations of the market, building a competitive advantage, understanding behaviours and trends, among others.
occurs when an organization loses control over its personal data and cannot ensure their security.
the process of organizing data based on the type of information collected and the company profile which processes it. Thanks to them, it is possible to take appropriate security measures which ensure protection of the most sensitive elements of the database
information about the physical and mental state of a natural person, including the type of health insurance in force.
an organization or person responsible for data management
an analytical process that is associated with the study of large cumulative data resources in order to find regular patterns and systematic interdependencies between them. As a result of these activities, it is possible to predict positive/negative occurrences, e.g. user behaviour, potential sales volume in a given period, probability of customer loss, and reasons for leaving.
an organization or person processing data under the supervision of a competent authority.
the person responsible for auditing an organization, aimed at confirming whether the entity operates in compliance with the guidelines on data security.
a person whose personal data is processed by a given organization
a set of algorithms detecting information dependencies and patterns in a similar way the human brain does. The algorithms interpret sensory data through labelling, data grouping or machine perception. Thanks to this, the computer can, e.g. recognise speech, identify images and sounds, or create forecasts.
sharing the electronic identity of a given person between several entities that have established an agreement between themselves. By transferring identity attributes between identifying units, the user can conveniently use the same identification data and have access to all services offered by a group of entities.
a structured set of personal data to which access is granted on the basis of specific criteria. Its form can be centralized, decentralized, and distributed. It is also a method of file storage, as well as management of files and information about them, so that access to the files and stored data is easy for the user of the system.
Regulation on the Protection of Personal Data. The document was created within the framework of the European Union and introduces modernized and standardized regulations regarding the processing of personal data within the Community.
using game engines and mechanisms/scenarios known from games, in order to trigger a positive stimulation of the recipient, encourage them to take specific actions and to learn new attitudes. The user – accepting the challenges and rivaling/cooperating with other people – can, e.g. learn about the world of brand experiences (communication purposes) and its product/service offer (promotional purposes).
personal data on an individual's genetic code, which contain data on the physiology and health of the person, obtained from biological samples taken or interviews.
a collection of creative marketing techniques aimed to attract and keep the attention of new customers in the channels used by the company. Growth-hacking campaigns often employ innovative solutions that generate traffic at low cost, e.g. using social media, viral marketing.
a mobile application that employs technologies used to create web applications, and which at the same time has access to native smartphone functions. A hybrid application is a form of a modified version of a native application.
introduction of procedures determining who can have access to specific resources and what they can do with them. Creation of systems through which the tasks (roles) of persons, the scope of access to particular applications/systems, and the scope of access to data within applications/systems are precisely defined. In addition, they verify these authorisations and control the behaviour of persons with respect to resources.
consists of tests that check several components at the same time. They are carried out to detect errors in the interfaces and interactions between the modules that make up the program.
a repetition activity, closely related to the improvement and adaptation of solutions to expectations (of, e.g. the market, clients). Each iteration can be considered finished at the moment of creating a working and valuable product (from the user's point of view), and after measuring the reactions and drawing conclusions.
an automatic system that can improve itself by using the collected data, and gain new knowledge thanks to it. The whole process consists of performing specific tasks by systems and simultaneously learning from continuous data analysis.
consists of tests performed manually (by hand) by a person, without the support of software or scripts. They are flexible (allow for expanding the test scenario), and work well if there is no need to repeat them frequently.
a software development technique based on small, autonomous, decentralised services focused on fulfilling a specific task.
the process of collecting and processing only the personal data that is necessary to achieve the previously defined goals. This means carrying out a selection and limiting the amount of data to the real minimum. It is one of the GDPR requirements that must be met by the entities collecting and processing data.
a product (it can be, e.g. an application, system, program, service) with just enough features to be introduced to the market, while maintaining its appropriate quality. Created to present basic functionalities and values, and to measure the interest among potential recipients.
protection and authorization of a user account when an unauthorised person tries to log in providing the user ID (login) and authentication password. In the case of using a multi-factor authentication, this data is not enough and the person will have to, e.g. provide a code or phrase sent via SMS or e-mail message, use a password from a card with disposable passwords, perform a fingerprint or retina scan.
simultaneous use of at least two electronic devices, e.g. phone, computer, tablet.
a mobile application, written from the start in a programming language appropriate for a given operating system
creation of applications in such a way as to best reflect the surrounding reality. It is important to focus on objects and their relations, so that the application can adequately reflect the way people perceive the world.
a strategy that is based on simultaneous and fully integrated use of online/offline channels for communication with a client/partner. The information contained in all of the channels owned is consistent, so that the clients will always be able to see the same offer/messages, regardless of the channel they use.
a test that involves a controlled attempt to breach the IT system, and then identify, analyse and assess the risks associated with found vulnerabilities and weaknesses in the system/application security. However, such a simulation of a real hacking attack does not cause material and non-material damage, and allows for planning corrective actions.
consists of tests based on attempting to load the server/database/application by generating virtual users implementing the prepared usage scenarios.
any type of data allowing the identification of a natural person, e.g. their name, surname, telephone number, email address. Privacy by default – When a product or service has default privacy settings at the highest level of security. The user can change them manually at their own discretion.
it is carried out by the product being used (e.g. application, system, platform). The product, by employing – among others – machine learning, predictive technologies, data from loyalty programmes or “traces” left in the digital space, aims to provide the user with an appearance, content, experience or functionality that closely matches their needs.
the process of using statistical techniques, predictive modelling, machine learning and data mining that analyse current and historical data. The patterns found are used to identify risks, opportunities and threats, and to predict future/potential events.
When a product or service has default privacy settings at the highest level of security. The user can change them manually at their own discretion.
means the implementation of security and privacy solutions from the beginning of the project, taking into account such elements as: production, data collection, marketing campaigns or the creation of the final report.
a formal process aimed at checking whether the marketing campaign at its every stage is consistent with the guidelines for the processing of personal data and their security. The assessment also identifies potential threats in the project.
these regulations are supported by legal provisions and explain: the rules according to which data left for an organization will be used and processed, who the organization is, as well as provide a supplementary explanation.
the way an organization processes and uses the collected personal data, e.g. collecting e-mail addresses to send the newsletter.
a set of processes that combine into one system for managing product information. PIM is based on using a central data repository, through which the constantly updated product information (product data) is being identified, stored, managed and distributed to each of the channels owned (e.g. e-commerce platform, mobile application, online catalogue, website).
a product that, thanks to numerous iterations and user testing, has evolved into a final solution, and has a chance to fit into the market, that is – to meet the needs of its recipients.
the process of automated data analysis allowing segregation, grouping and prediction of specific actions based on them. A good example would be loyalty cards which allow you to track purchase behavior and send personalized sales offers based one's preferences.
a basic version of a given solution, which is designed and built to demonstrate basic functionality, and to check the reasonableness of investing and developing the idea further.
data is encrypted and unavailable without the right security key. This solution is suggested by GDPR.
fragments of a correctly defined code that together form one program or a set of many programs. This means that the code can be an independent and self-sufficient application, or can be integrated via the interface with other components/programs, and thus – create a large project. Modules are checked (by being used and tested first) and accelerate the process of software development.
consists of repeated tests carried out on an already tested program, which has undergone further modifications. These tests are aimed at risk assessment and detection of introduced or undiscovered defects during the implemented modifications.
five basic rules that are worth following during an object-oriented programming; these are: Single responsibility principle, Open/closed principle, Liskov substitution principle, Interface segregation principle and Dependency inversion principle.
a method that makes it possible to perform internal and external analysis of the organisation/project/solution/investment in order to create an adequate strategy. The strategy created this way is founded on actions based on Strengths Opportunities, while removing or minimising Weaknesses and Threats.
agile approach in project management, the main idea of which is to create a product both valuable and expected by the market. Product development is divided into smaller iterations (sprints) that follow each other directly. With each iteration, the team has to solve complex problems, adapt the product to client's requirements, and provide a working version of the product.
a process of thorough verification of the level of security; carrying out legal and technical inspection, conducting a comprehensive analysis (of, e.g. infrastructure, databases, information), defining internal/external threats and generating a report on vulnerabilities. Results of the audit allow to determine whether the application/system/organisation has adequate security, and whether they fulfill their function, and if not – to select adequate security procedures/measures.
transformation of personal data which prevents the assignment of sensitive data to a natural person.
a process of separating a computer program into modules (sections) that overlap each other from a functional point of view to the smallest extent possible. The goal is that none of the elements shares a concern with another one.
a program used to reenact the course of real processes or activities in artificial conditions. When working on a virtual model, you can check different scenarios and verify the users behaviour.
a process thanks to which users have access to all authorized resources within e.g. an application/system/platform, which are separate products and usually have different login mechanisms. The user enters login and password only once and gets access to every application integrated with SSO.
methods for collecting, synthesising, analysing and interpreting variable data. You can assess the value of the collected information and the extent to which this information can be used by assessing the parameters in the statistical model and testing the hypotheses made about the competing models.
basic system organisation consisting of components (their functions and the connections between them), work environment and guidelines that determine how to build and develop the system further.
it is a collection of part or all of the computer software used in a given organisation. A basic stack may consist of operating system, database, tools for managing the environment, log control system, application server or WWW, among others.
data provided by a person or organization authorized by the relevant control authority. This applies to data collected by a given entity and then sold for marketing purposes.
an indicator that determines the time between the development of product's specifications to the moment of its launch and sale.
consists of tests that check the correct operation of individual elements (units) of the program during its development. A program fragment is subject to tests that execute it (perform its function) and compare the obtained results with the expected ones.
it is a process of offering the client products/services that are characterised by a higher price, standard or scope of functionality. This procedure is aimed at making the client aware of the existence of a different (better) version of the product/service they are currently looking for.
creation of recipient-oriented solutions; designing the user's experience while using the product (e.g. an application, system, platform). Particular emphasis is put on the preservation of usability, accessibility, intuitiveness and aesthetics.
a part of the product (e.g. an application, program, operating system) that is responsible for communication with the recipient. It consists of a visual and text layer, user's movement paths, information architecture and interaction processes.
the content created and sent by the user (e.g. posts, entries, photos or videos) – usually online.
multimedia-based creation of a digital vision of events, space, things or characters. VR applications use 3D computer-generated graphics that deepen the sense of being in a different space.
imitation of a real walk around a given place. A virtual walk is created digitally, by combining panoramas (series of panoramic photos/videos from a specific point) and applying them to a sphere. Other multimedia elements can be used, such as music, sound effects and narration. During the walk, the user can freely look around and come closer to any objects.
I hereby give consent to the processing of my personal data by the Personal Data Controller (hereinafter: "PDC") – Sagiton Sp. z o.o. ul. Fabryczna 19, 53-609 Wrocław, within the scope of: full name, e-mail address or telephone number, for the purpose of sale of products and services of Sagiton Sp. z o.o. and for the purpose of sending me feedback and making contact with me by Sagiton Sp. z o.o.
At the same time, I acknowledge that: at any time I can request the removal of my personal data from the PDC Sagiton Sp. z o.o. database, by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or a letter to Sagiton Sp. z o.o., ul. Fabryczna 19, 53-609 Wrocław, with a statement containing the relevant request, which shall result in the deletion of my personal data from the PDC Sagiton Sp. z o.o. database; I have the right to access my data; providing my data is voluntary, however refusal to provide it is tantamount to not receiving information regarding sale of products and services of Sagiton Sp. z o.o., as well as not receiving feedback and making contact with me by Sagiton Sp. z o.o.
In accordance with Art. 13 section 1 of the General Data Protection Regulation of 27 April 2016, (GDPR), we would like to inform you that the controller of your personal data is Sagiton Sp. z o.o. with its registered office at ul. Fabryczna 19, 53-609 Wrocław, e-mail: email@example.com.
Your personal data shall be processed within the scope of: full name, e-mail address and/or telephone number in order to answer your question/request for contact and send feedback – pursuant to Art. 6 section 1 (a) of the GDPR, i.e. consent to the processing of personal data.
The data controller would like to inform you that your personal data shall not be disclosed to third parties.
Your data shall not be transferred outside of the European Economic Area or to international organizations.
Your personal data shall be processed until you withdraw your consent to the processing of data, as well as if the purpose for processing this data shall no longer be applicable.
You have the right to access your personal data, rectify it, delete it, restrict its processing, the right to transfer it, as well as the right to object.
In the case of giving your consent, you have the right to withdraw it at any time. Exercising the right to withdraw the consent does not affect the processing carried out before the consent was withdrawn.
You have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory body, i.e. the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection, ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warsaw.
Providing your personal data is a prerequisite for making contact with you by Sagiton Sp. z o.o. with its registered office at ul. Fabryczna 19, 53-609 Wrocław. In the case of not providing your personal data, Sagiton Sp. z o.o., shall not be able to contact you.
The Data Controller, Sagiton Sp. z o.o., would like to inform you that they shall not use your personal data for automated decision-making, which is based solely on automated processing, including profiling, and has legal effects for you or affects you significantly in a similar way.