Privacy policy for the website

In compliance with the regulations on the protection of personal data and specifically the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) REGULATION (EU) 2016/679 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, we hereby inform you of the processing of personal data

1- Who is the person responsible for processing your data?


Tax identification number: CIF B85125334

Business address: Vía de las Dos Castillas 33, Edificio 7, 2ª, 28224 Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid


Telephone: 912771076

AZIERTA is the parent company of GRUPO EMPRESARIAL AZIERTA, to which the following entities belong, which have the same contact details, and which, where appropriate, may also be responsible for processing.




References to AZIERTA refer to any entity of the business group.

2- For what purpose do we process your personal data?

2.1 Your data will be processed by AZIERTA for the following purposes:

1. For the correct provision of the service requested by the interested party or by a third party, that is, as an indication

1.1.- Submit an estimate

1.2.- Execute the object of a contract (consultancy, pharmacological analysis...) and carry out satisfaction surveys

1.3.- Assessment of document readability

1.4.- Selection of personnel

2. To carry out the administrative tasks related to the activities that AZIERTA carries out;

3. To comply with legal obligations and decisions of the judicial and administrative authorities;

4. For statistical purposes in a completely dissociated and anonymous way;

5. To send you commercial, advertising or promotional comunication relating to services similar to those requested, by any electronic means (e-mail, telephone...) and without prejudice to your right to object to receiving such communications by sending an e-mail to the following address:

AZIERTA may process personal data as a data processor.

For the execution of a contract in the pharmacological or health field.

3.- Category of data processed.

Identification data:

If it is data related to self-employed professionals, also

If it is data relating to labour personnel, also

If the data is provided or processed as a processor: data relating to health.

4.- Origin of the data

The data are provided by the interested party itself through:

Personal data is provided by a third party through

If the data is obtained from a third party, the data subject is informed of the processing of his or her data in accordance with article 14 of the RGPD.

As a DE, the data are provided by the data controller, by a third party (health professional) or by the data subject himself (exceptionally).

5.- What is the legal basis for the processing of the data?

The interested parties are solely responsible for the veracity of the personal data. AZIERTA is not responsible for the use of false, inaccurate, incomplete and/or outdated data provided.

To this effect, AZIERTA informs about the legitimate bases that will allow the different treatments:

Compliance with a contractual obligation contained in a contract to which the interested party is foreseeably a party or represents a party or is a subject in the provision of the service.

Compliance with a legal obligation applicable to the data controller

Legitimate interest

In any case, the data subject is duly informed.

4º Express consent

Express consent constitutes a legitimate basis for the processing of personal data.

6.- How consent is obtained:

La cumplimentación y envío de los formularios tanto en formato papel como en formato web implica el consentimiento expreso del interesado a la política de privacidad con la finalidad indicada.

7.- Information conservation periods

The data subject is informed that, in compliance with the principle of limiting the period of conservation, the data collected are processed only and exclusively for the time necessary and for the purposes for which they were collected.

AZIERTA has established the following conservation period. The data will be kept for the duration of the contractual relationship plus an additional maximum period of 10 years after the end of the contract or after the last communication, for the fulfilment of legal and/or fiscal obligations.

8.- Transfer and communication of data: recipients or categories of recipients

Your data will only be transferred to the entities of the Azierta group of companies on the basis of legitimate interest for the purposes indicated.

In relation to any other transfer, your data will not be disclosed to third parties unless there is express consent from you or it is necessary for the fulfilment of a contractual or legal obligation.

Your data may be disclosed to third parties, who, where appropriate, hold the position of data processor, for the fulfilment of a contractual or legal obligation. In this sense, your data may be accessed by accounting, tax and legal advisers or by the technological entities that provide services to AZIERTA.

9.- International data transfers

We inform you that AZIERTA does not carry out international transfers of data to countries where there is a different level of security and protection than that established in the EU. In any case, it will adopt the necessary contractual, regulatory and security measures.

10.- Existence of automated decisions that produce legal effects for the customer

No automated decisions or automated profiling are reported.

11.- Further processing

If AZIERTA requires the further processing of your personal data for a purpose other than those set out in this Privacy Policy, you will be informed in advance, including all the information that is legally required, as well as the purposes envisaged for such processing.

12.- Exercise of rights (ARCO rights)

In accordance with the provisions of the applicable regulations, AZIERTA informs you that it places at your disposal the following rights derived from the applicable regulations

We also inform you that you can request the protection of your rights (right of complaint) before the control authority in each country.

13.- Data Protection Officer. DPO

Azierta and the entities of the business group to which it belongs have appointed a DPO. If you wish to contact the DPO you can send an e-mail with the subject DPO to and they will provide you with the contact details and/or you will receive the direct communication from the DPO.

14.- How to exercise your rights

PTo exercise any of the rights mentioned above, you may send a letter identifying yourself and indicating in the request what right you are exercising and what data your request concerns.

To request the protection of your rights (right of complaint) before the Control Authority, you can write to

Spanish Data Protection Agency

C/ Jorge Juan, 6 – 28001 Madrid

Telephone:: 901 100 099/91 266 35 17

If you need any clarification, you can contact AZIERTA at

April 2020