Data Enrichment Policy

What is Data Enrichment?

Data enrichment is a process used to enhance, validate and update contact data to ensure validity and completeness. Beamery provides data enrichment for all of the disparate pieces of public contact information people make available on the web. We do this by aggregating contact records, all with numerous attributes, including quality, freshness and frequency. Our Data Providers process all of this data and automatically produce clean, accurate full contact records which Beamery makes available via our platform.

Why enrich data?

To make sure your data is up to date!

Beamery sources data from public Data Providers to ensure the information our customers are using to source, qualify and validate effectively for roles and vacancies is complete and recent. Beamery automates this process through its enrichment engine and makes this data available via our platform.

What information do we enrich?

__Field __ Description
Email Address Contact email address(es)
Phone Number Contact phone number
Education Contains all the information about a user's education history
Work Experience Contains information about previous jobs and employers
Social Links Contains all the links that we found over the web that relates to the contact. These can be social links, messaging services, links to personal websites, blogs, etc.

What information do we use?

Information you give us: For example, when you apply for a vacancy or talent community through our customers landing page, we’ll ask for personal information like your name, email address, telephone number and work history. We use this data as a base to enrich your profile.

Information we get from our customers: As part of the sourcing process, our customers can upload your personal information via our chrome extension or directly into our application. This includes personal information like your name, email address, telephone number and work history. We use this data as a base to enrich your profile.

What are our data sources?

Data Source Privacy Policy Approved Transfer Mechanism Onward Sources Claim Your Data
Beamery Sherlock https://beamery.com/policy/privacy EU-US. Privacy Shield - Link N/A Link
FullContact https://www.fullcontact.com/privacy EU-US. Privacy Shield - Link Link Link

How do you access and update your information?

We understand that the best enrichment data source is you. Whenever we store your data, we aim to provide you with access to your information. If that information is wrong, we strive to give you ways to update it quickly or to delete it – unless we have a legal means for keeping that data.

If you would like to request access to your data, please contact privacy@beamery.com.

Who has access?

Enrichment data is only available to Beamery customers who upload your information or to whom you have provided the information.

How do you opt out of Data Enrichment?

If you would like to opt out of data enrichment please contact the Beamery customer who upload your information.

Concerns and resolution

In compliance with the EU-US Privacy Shield Principles, Beamery commits to resolve complaints about your privacy and our collection or use of your personal information. European Union individuals with inquiries or complaints regarding this Privacy Policy should first contact Beamery at privacy@beamery.com or send a letter to:

Beamery Inc. 340 S Lemon Ave #9358, Walnut, CA 91789, United States of America.

We will make every effort to resolve your concerns.

Beamery has further committed to refer unresolved privacy complaints under the EU-US Privacy Shield Principles to a panel of European Data Protection Authorities. Under certain limited conditions, it is possible for individuals to invoke binding arbitration before the Privacy Shield Panel to be created by the U.S. Department of Commerce and the European Commission.

The regulatory agency with the authority to investigate and resolve claims, should you consider our practices to be unfair or deceptive, is in the USA the United States Federal Trade Commission. In Europe, you can approach any supervisory authority that is competent under the General Data Protection Regulation.