At LOGICDATA, we take data protection seriously. We have compiled two Data Protection Statements, compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union 2016/679, which you can access on this page.

The first statement is relevant to all visitors to this website and people for whom LOGICDATA acts as a Data Controller. The second is specific to applicants for positions at LOGICDATA. Please take the time to read through these statements carefully.

Contact should you have any questions or concerns.


General information
We process your personal data as data controller (contact details are set forth below) on the basis of the legal provisions (Austrian Data Protection Act, EU General Data Protection Regulation and Austrian Telecommunications Act). In this statement, we inform you about which personal data we process on this website or as part of our business relationship, for which purposes, on which legal basis and for which duration and which rights you have with respect thereto.

In the course of ongoing technical and legal developments, we will adjust this Data Protection Statement from time to time. Therefore, you should regularly obtain information about the current version of this Data Protection Statement on this website.

Personal data
In particular, we process the following personal data on our website and/or as part of our business relationship:

In connection to our website, in particular the date and time of access, name and version of your web browser, the website (URL) which you visited before accessing our website, certain cookies (on this, see the next section) as well as in connection with our website and our business relationships, in particular information which you provide us in the course of registration, completion of the contact form, in the course of initiating or settling of business relationships or in any other manner, such as: name, title, professional designation, contact details (telephone number, e-mail address, address, etc.).

Cookies are small text files that are temporarily placed on your computer and stored by your browser. Thus, the use of the website is made more comfortable.

We use cookies in connection with Google Analytics and LinkedIn to the extent you provided us with your consent thereto in order to improve your use of our website. If you do not grant such consent, we will solely collect anonymous data on your visit to our website. Please note, however, that in this case you may not be able to use all of the functions of our website to their full extent.

Google Analytics

On the basis of your consent, this website also uses Google Analytics, a web analysis service of Google Inc. (“Google”).

The following information is collected by Google Analytics: browser, device type, device model, country, service provider, screen resolution, the time you spend on the website, language, operating system, pages of the website visited. Google will use this information to evaluate your use of the website to compile reports about the website activities for us. The information generated in the course thereof is usually transferred to a server of Google (which can also be located outside the EU).

You can also refuse placement of cookies via the settings of your browser or download a corresponding plugin at


To the extent you subscribe to a newsletter or request information on products via the website, this website uses Brevo to send such information.

The following information is collected by Brevo: e-mail address and name. Brevo will use such information to send the information requested by you. The information generated in the course thereof is usually transferred to a server of Brevo in Europe.


This website may contain links leading to other websites. This Data Protection Statement does not apply to data collection practices of third parties. LOGICDATA shall not assume any liability for the data protection practices, policies and measures of third parties. You should read the individual data protection policies of such websites and take an informed decision whether you wish to use such websites.


We do not perform any profiling or automated decision-making.

Legal basis and purposes of data processing
We process your personal data on the legal basis of performance of a contract (as part of the business relationship for initiating and settling of business transactions) and/or for the performance of precontractual measures, based upon a legal obligation as well as based upon our major legitimate interest (provision, further development and improvement of this website, preparation of use statistics, identification, prevention and tracking of attacks on the website, dealing with your requests) as well as on the basis of your consent obtained separately (e.g. marketing purposes, newsletter). You can withdraw your consent granted separately at any time via our contact details provided below.

Transfer of data
To the extent this is required to achieve the abovementioned purposes, we will forward personal data to providers of marketing tools, IT service providers, providers of other tools and software solutions, IT maintenance services and further providers of similar services used by us. We ensure adherence to the data protection law provisions when selecting our processors and have entered into agreements which ensure that personal data are processed confidentially and with due care.

Data may be shared group-wide on the basis of legitimate interest.

The collected data will not be sold or disclosed to uninvolved third parties without justification.

To the extent one of the recipients is located outside the EU, we ensure that the country of the recipient or the recipient itself guarantees an appropriate level of data protection. For this purpose, we agree upon, for example, standard contractual clauses.

Retention period
In principle, we store your personal data for the duration of existing contractual interests, the statutory retention periods or the existence of a legitimate interest. We store personal data relating to the use of our websites for a duration of 3 months. Longer retention periods only apply if this is required to examine attacks on our website.

Photos and videos at events
LOGICDATA Software & Electronic GmbH and its authorized representatives may take photos and videos at events for various documentation purposes on the basis of legitimate interest.

The photos and videos documenting the company’s history and activities may be stored for the duration of the company’s existence.

Rights of data subjects and contact
You have a right to information about the personal data processed, rectification and erasure thereof, data portability as well as restriction of processing, unless these rights are precluded by legal or contractual provisions.

Should you have any questions to the processing of your personal data, object to any processing of your personal data, wish to withdraw any consent granted or are of the opinion that any of your data protection rights have been violated in any way, please contact us:

LOGICDATA Electronic & Software Entwicklungs GmbH

Wirtschaftspark 18

8530 Deutschlandsberg

In addition, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority:

Österreichische Datenschutzbehörde

Wickenburggasse 8-10

1080 Vienna


Data Protection Officers
Electronic & Software Entwicklungs GmbH
Wirtschaftspark 18
A-8530 Deutschlandsberg

LOGIC ENDEAVOR GROUP GmbH (parent company)
Wirtschaftspark 18a
A-8530 Deutschlandsberg

in the following content named together as “LOGICDATA”

Purpose and legal basis of data collection
LOGICDATA shall process the personal data which were provided through e-Mail, telephone, or the online application tool, electronically in a recruiting software exclusively for the purpose of personnel recruitment, administration and onboarding. LOGICDATA reserves the right to compare those data with all available position-requirements, in order to offer applicants the best possible options. LOGICDATA processes the personal data of an application on the basis of the necessity to carry out pre-contractual measures (Art 6 Abs 1 lit b GDPR), as well as on the basis of a legitimate interest, to carry out an efficient application process (Art 6 Abs 1 lit f GDPR).

The data in the recruiting software is stored in Vienna at a hosting partner NextLayer ( in an ISO 27001-certified data centre.

If, at the time of application, no appropriate position should be vacant, but the applicant was to come into question for a future position at LOGICDATA, then LOGICDATA shall obtain the consent of the applicant to transfer their personal data into the evidence database. However, the applicant may give his or her consent therefor at the time of application.

Duration of storage
The legal retention period for applications totals 6 months due to the Equal Treatment Act. The applicant then receives an information. The storage period can be extended to five years by the applicant with his or her consent.


Applicant data will not be passed on to third parties or marketed by LOGICDATA. Only LOGICDATA employees who are responsible for personnel selection and personnel administration have the right to view the application data.

Data will only be transferred to a third country if the applicant is applying for a position with a LOGICDATA Group company outside Austria. In these cases, the applicant data will be transferred to the company within the LOGICDATA Group to which the application relates in the third country: Zhejiang Jiecang Linear Motion Technology Co, Ltd. or LOGICDATA North America Inc, or in the EU: LOGICDATA Hungary Kft. or Metmo sro.

Rights of the persons affected
Applicants are authorised to obtain information on the processed personal data and to have this data corrected, deleted, and restricted regarding the processing of this personal data by the person responsible.

The applicants may exercise their right to correction or deletion at any time by entering the online self-service zone at the persona application profile on the application platform with their access data, where they can independently change or delete their data. Notifications (including revocation statements and update requests) should be addressed to:

The whole application profile and account can be deleted by request (mail to is necessary), if the profile is older than 6 months.

The consent granted by the applicant for the transfer of their data into the evidence database can be revoked at any time. The revocation of the consent is to be carried out through an informal mail to or through the self-service-zone on the application portal by the applicant.

Right of appeal
Should applicants feel that their data protection rights have been violated, they shall be authorised to appeal to the supervisory authorities:
Österreichische Datenschutzbehörde (Austrian Data Protection Authorities)
Wickenburggasse 8-10
1080 Vienna

The general HR e-mail address is used as the written communication medium with/about applicants.