Cookie Policy

Cost Transformation Cookie Policy

We may use information collected from our cookies to identify user behavior and to serve content and offers based on your profile, and for the other purposes described below.

By using our website you agree that we can place cookies on your device as explained below. If you want to block future cookies being placed on your device you can change your browser settings to do this. If you want to remove existing cookies from your device you can do this using your browser options.


Cookies are files containing small amounts of information which are downloaded to your computer, tablet or mobile device when you visit a website. They are sent to the original website on each visit, or to another website that recognizes the cookie. Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognize a user’s computer.

Cookies do many different actions, like memorizing your preferences, letting you navigate between pages efficiently and improving the general user experience. They can also help to ensure that the advertisements and other content you see online are more relevant to you and your interests. They can be set by the website that you are visiting (known as first party cookies) or by another entity such as an advertising network (known as third party cookies).

Cookies can either be session or persistent. Persistent cookies are the cookies which have expiration date. They are present on your computer even when you end the web session or close your browser window. They can be read by the website that created them on return visit. Temporary cookies are cookies without expiration date. They expire as soon as you end the web session or close the browser window.

Google Analytics Cookies uses Google Analytics Cookies for collecting anonymous analytics data and information on visits to our website. Our aim is to constantly monitor and improve our website for better customer experience by analyzing visitor behavior and engagement.

Websites that run Google Analytics (GA) issue first party cookies which are stored on visitor’s computer. When a visitor returns to a website that runs Google Analytics the website will be able to remember the visitor through the cookies set up on his computer. That’s how Google Analytics doesn’t count the returning visitor as a new visitor to the website.

Google Analytics uses First party cookies.

Google Analytics can set following five first party cookies:

  •  _utma (unique visitor cookie)
  •  _utmb (session cookie)
  •  _utmz (Campaign cookie)
  •  _utmv (visitor segmentation cookie)
  •  _utmx (Google Website Optimizer cookie)

The “help” portion of the toolbar on most browsers will tell you how to prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, how to have the browser notify you when you receive new cookies, and how to disable cookies altogether.

Please remember that deleting and blocking cookies will have an impact on your user experience as parts of the website may no longer function properly.

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