By Sarah Miller 7/24/2012
CorpNote was built on the principal that the web can be used to conduct business, with minimal invasion of privacy and maximum customer service. In other words, it’s important that our members and their guests be comfortable with our policies, and trust our technology and our employees. We continue to strive to make CorpNote functional without being invasive.
The biggest privacy question we are asked is, “what do you do with my contacts’ information?” The short answer is ‘nothing.’ It’s yours and only yours. We do not solicit your contacts or sell our user’s personal information. Your contact list is your asset, and we protect it as we would our own personal information.
Another question we get is, “Do people on my eCard, invitation or survey list see the names or email addresses of other recipients?” Answer: “No.” Other online invitation companies, which are geared toward non-professional events or the ‘I-don’t-care-if-there’s-advertising-as-long-as-it’s-free’ market expose the names of event invitees to the entire list. Our experience in business circles, and based on the requests of our members over the years, is that professional events are well attended based on the credibility of the company hosting the event and the event agenda, not on ‘who else’ is attending.
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Sarah has been working with internet development since 1994. She has extensive experience in top-level project management and creates web-based tools that help businesses run more efficiently.
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