​​Flex Applications Cookie Policy​

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1. What Are Cookies?

Cookies are small files your web browser saves when you visit web pages. There are two main types of cookies, “session” cookies and “persistent” cookies. Session cookies are only stored temporarily during your visit and are erased when you close your browser. Other cookies are stored and will recognize you when you revisit the web page.

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2. Use of Cookies

If you don’t want cookies to be used, you can set your browser to automatically deny cookies or be informed about when a webpage contains cookies. Your web browser’s help section has more information on how to do this.

If you deactivate cookies, you may not be able to use all the features of our website, and settings and logins may not be saved.

In the case that you do not reject cookies when using our webpage, we proceed from the understanding that you accept the personal data processing through cookies. More information on how we process cookies can be found in our Personal Data Policy.

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3. Which Cookies Are Used and Why?

At flexapplications.se, we use first-party cookies for different purposes. As mentioned previously, some of the cookies placed on your computer will be erased when you leave our website (session cookies), while others will remain on your computer so that the website recognizes you from time to time if you revisit the website (persistent cookies).

The cookie files help differentiate users and how they navigate the website. This information is important for us at Flex Applications to improve and adjust the website for our different users. Cookies are used on many websites to give visitors access to various functions and a better experience of visiting the website.

Flex Applications also use cookies to streamline and follow up on our sales campaigns and marketing activities through so-called remarketing. For this, we use external partners. Remarketing can, for example, mean that a third-party supplier displays our campaigns on other websites on the internet based on our visitors’ earlier visits to our website. Flex Applications also use cookies to track user statistics on the site, through for instance Google Analytics.

List of Cookies

Below is a conclusion of the cookies and similar technologies that Flex Applications use on flexapplications.se.

Strictly Necessary and Functional Cookies

Some cookies are essential and necessary for the site to function, such as page navigation, filling out forms, etc. You can block this in your web browser, although it will prevent some parts of the service from working properly.

These types of cookies are used to give you a better user experience. They do not store any personal information but are used to remember your settings and adjustments so that you don’t have to state your preferences again during every visit. On this website, cookies are used for storing language preferences, screen resolution, and potential choices you have made regarding the use of cookies. These cookies do not store any personal information.

  • Channel

Detects screen width and device to adjust how the content is shown.

  • Dicl_current_language

Keeps track of what language the page uses.

  • Resolution

Saves your screen resolution. This enables us to deliver adjusted images for different devices.

  • gdpr_cookies_message

This cookie is set if you have allowed cookies.

Cookies for Statistics and Analysis

These types of cookies are used to collect general, anonymous information about how our visitors interact on the site and help us improve structure and content. These cookies are stored through the tools Google Analytics and Google Ads.

    • Google Analytics

    Through the analysis tool Google Analytics (first-party session and persistent cookies), statistics are collected on how our visitors navigate the website, such as the duration of the visit, which pages are visited, which web browser is used, etc. Data collected through cookies cannot be linked to a specific user’s identity

    For information concerning Google Analytics cookies, please visit:


    • Google Ads

    Information about Google’s cookies is stated in Google’s policy:


    • App.apsis.one

    Apsis One uses cookies to identify visitors between visits, for example, to see who are recurring visitors.

    Cookies for Marketing

    These cookies are used to create more relevant marketing and mean that we collect information about what content you have taken part of on the site to learn what is relevant and engaging for individual users and for the use of personally targeted marketing emails.

    • App.apsis.one

    Apsis one uses cookies to identify which pages the visitor has visited to be able to adjust offers.

    • Facebook pixel

    This third-party cookie is used to analyze advertising effectiveness, create custom audiences, and optimize advertising. Read more about advertisements through Facebook. You can choose not to receive targeted marketing by changing your advertisement settings when logged in to your Facebook account.

    • LinkedIn Insight Tag

    The LinkedIn Insight Tag enables the collection of metadata such as IP address information, time stamp, and events such as page views. All data is encrypted. The LinkedIn web browser cookie is stored in a visitor’s web browser until they remove the cookie, or the cookie expires.

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    4. Changes

    To secure that you are always aware of how we use your personal information, we will update this Cookie Policy continuously to reflect potential changes in our use of your personal information. We can also make necessary changes that are required to follow changes in applicable law or legal requirements. We encourage you to review this Cookie policy regularly to receive information on how we use your personal information.


    This version of the policy was updated on 2021-09-09.