What is the reason for the joint controller?
Within the global customer relationship management, the above-named parties shall cooperate closely. This also applies to the processing of your personal data. The parties have jointly determined the order in which this data will be processed at each stage of the process. They are therefore considered joint controllers for the protection of your personal data within the process stages described below (Art. 26 GDPR).
As a data subject within the meaning of the GDPR, you are entitled to the following information from the parties.
For which process stages is there joint controller?
All controller process data of data subjects or prospects collected on fairs/trade shows or other sources as social media channels, web forms and online events. All controllers share the data to generate leads/opportunities and to enable collaborating business strategies and KPIs.
What did the parties agree upon?
As part of their joint controller under data protection law, the above-mentioned parties have agreed which of them will fulfil the respective obligations under the GDPR. This applies in particular to the exercise of the rights of the data subjects (Art. 15 - 21 GDPR) and the fulfilment of the information duties pursuant to Art. 13 and 14 GDPR.
This agreement is necessary because the global customer relationship management processes personal data in different process sections and systems operated by either Bosch Rexroth Pty Ltd or one of the parties named within the Annex 1 of the Joint Controller Agreement
Global Customer Relationship Management.
|Fulfilment of duties by:
|Global Customer Relationship Management
|By the party you initially contacted with your request
What does this mean for you as a data subject?
Even if there is a joint controller, the parties fulfil the data protection obligations according to their respective responsibilities for the individual processing activities as follows: