Safeguarding individual privacy is essential for the future of business. We have crafted this privacy statement to emphasize our strong dedication to protecting individuals’ data and privacy rights. It explains our approach to managing information that can directly or indirectly identify an individual (“personal data”).

To respect your time and ensure you quickly find the relevant sections of the privacy statement, we provide the following summary.


The privacy statement is designed to clarify the types of personal data processed by Solution ERP Software, identify who utilizes your personal data, specify the purposes for which it is used, outline the duration of its use, and detail your rights in this regard.

Solution ERP Software, through its respective legal entity—either Solution ERP Software ME based in Doha, Qatar or any other member of the global Solution ERP Software corporate family—collects and processes your personal data. The Privacy Statement provides comprehensive details about the processing activities conducted by various Solution ERP Group Entities.

Solution ERP handles information, including personal data of users, utilizing cookies or similar technologies as outlined in the Cookie Statement. Additional information is available, and you can manage your preferences by visiting the Cookie Preferences link located in the footer of this page.

Solution ERP Software, may collect various types of personal data about you during its operations, including:

– Contact details,
– Information related to your or your employer’s business dealings with Solution ERP Software
– Data required for legal and compliance purposes,
– Data generated from your interactions with Solution ERP Software web and online services,
– Sensitive personal information,
– Data related to applications,
– Information received from third parties,
– Data needed to ensure your or your employer’s satisfaction with Solution ERP Software products and services.

Purpose of Data Collection by Solution ERP Software

Solution ERP Software processes your personal data for the following reasons:

– To manage its business relationships with you, your employer, or your employer’s clients, including maintaining satisfaction and updating you on our latest products and services,
– To develop and provide you with Solution ERP Software software products, cloud services, and other offerings,
– To ensure the quality and safety of its premises, products, and services,
– To secure and defend its legal rights and assets, including defending against legal claims,
– To comply with legal and regulatory obligations,
– To manage and enhance its web pages and online services, analyze user behavior, offer user profiles, and improve user experiences,
– To identify potential candidates for employment,
– To share data with entities within the Solution ERP Software Group, third-party service providers, partners, and others.

For more detailed information about each of these purposes, including data retention periods and the legal bases under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), please see the full privacy statement.

Data Protection Rights

You have the right to request access to, correction of, and/or deletion of your personal data from Solution ERP Software. You may also request that Solution ERP Software restrict access to or cease processing your personal data. You can withdraw previously given consent or object to certain data processing activities. If you believe Solution ERP Software has not processed your data in accordance with this privacy statement or breached data protection laws, you have the right to file a complaint with the appropriate supervisory authority. The Privacy Statement provides detailed information on these rights, including how to contact Solution ERP Software to exercise them and identify the relevant data protection authority if needed.

Country-Specific Legal Requirements

In the final section, Solution ERP Software addresses the privacy requirements specific to countries including the ME and EEA, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Thailand, and the United States, as mandated by their respective laws.