80538 Munich Germany
fon +49 89 242054 - 1177
fax +49 89 242054 - 29
Albrecht Günther, Johann-Peter Hartmann, Björn Schotte
Commercial Register of Companies
Amtsgericht München, HRB 142039
BLZ 700 202 70
Konto-Nr. 362 630 91
VAT-ID No. DE813407140
Mayflower GmbH operates this website with non-binding offers and information about our Nix Consulting portfolio. Protecting the security and privacy of your personal data is important to us. Therefore, in accordance with Articles 13 and 14 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), we provide the following information about all processing of your personal data when using this website or the contact details provided thereon.
Controller in accordance with Article 4 No. 7 GDPR is
80538 Munich Germany
represented by the managing directors Albrecht Günther, Johann-Peter Hartmann and Björn Schotte.
Data Protection Officer
You can contact our Data Protection Officer via
80538 Munich Germany
Processing of personal data related to your use of our website
When you visit our website, information is stored on your computer in the form of a “cookie.” Cookies are small files that are stored on your computer and save certain settings and data to exchange with our websites via your browser. For example, cookies enable us to tailor a website to better match your interests. You can prevent receiving a cookie through your browser’s settings.
Data collected by the web server
Your browser automatically sends some data to our web server each time you access this page. These data are:
- access time and date
- HTTP method and HTTP status code
- URL you access
- size of the data packet
- browser type and version
- operating system
- anonymized IP address (we save only the first two tuples)
These data are saved in another system from all other data you send us, for example through our contact from or via e-mail. We don’t try to match these data with any real person.
Legal foundation for the retention of these data is Article 6 I 1 lit f GDPR. We use these data solely to fix errors and to defend against attacks against our infrastructure. All data are deleted 14 days from the date of processing at the latest.
We use a self-hosted instance of Matomo, a free web analytics software, to analyze usage patterns on our website. Through this software we can, for example, track which pages are most visited. Legal foundation for the processing of these data is Article 6 I 1 lit f GDPR.
Data we collect when you contact us via our contact form or send us an e-mail
On this website you can find a contact form to easily send us an e-mail. If you use this contact form, the prompted for information is processed by us to get back to you. These data are:
- e-mail address
- your message
You can also send us an e-mail directly through one of the provided e-mail addresses. In that case, your e-mail and all included information is processed by our mail server. Legal foundation for this processing is Article 6 I 1 lit b GDPR in all cases where your message is in relation to an already established or to be created contractual relationship. In all other cases, the legal foundation follows from Article 6 I 1 lit f GDPR.
Processing of all personal data from the contact form or e-mail is solely used to handle your request.
All data are deleted once they’re no longer needed. This means we delete all data you submitted via the contact form or through e-mail once your request has been dealt with, unless that request lead to an establishment of a contractual relationship or any services rendered. In that case please consider the next paragraph.
Data we process because of a current or former contractual relationship
If we ever entered into a business relationship with you, we collect and process, at a minimum, the following data:
- surname, given name
- e-mail address
- postal address
- phone number
- all other documents in relation to services rendered, such as invoices, memos, technical notes and the like
Legal basis for the processing is Article 6 I 1 lit b GDPR in all cases of a current business relationship and Article 6 I 1 lit c GDPR, together with § 147 AO, § 14b UStG, or other applicable German federal or state law, which compels us to retain documents of former business relationships.
Under applicable data protection law you have the following rights, as subject to exceptions and limitations by applicable law:
Right of access by the data subject according to Article 15 GDPR
Obtain from us confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning you are being processed, and where that is the case, access to the personal data. German federal law, especially § 34 BDSG, might stipulate exceptions to this right.
Right rectification according to Article 16 GDPR
Obtain from us the rectification of inaccurate personal data concerning you.
Right to restriction of processing according to Article 18 GDPR
Obtain from us the restriction of processing regarding your personal data.
Right to erasure (‘right to be forgotten’) according to Article 17 GDPR
Obtain from us the erasure of your personal data.
Right to data portability according to Article 20 GDPR
Obtain from us a copy of your personal data.
Right to object according to Article 21 GDPR
You can, on grounds relating to your particular situation, object to processing of personal data concerning you that we process on grounds of Article 6 I 1 lit f GDPR.
Right to withdrawal of consent according to according to Article 7 III GDPR
In case you declared your consent for the processing of certain personal data by us, you have the right to withdraw the consent at any time with future effect, i.e. the withdrawal of the consent does not affect the lawfulness of processing based on the consent before its withdrawal.
Right to appeal to a data protection authority
Notwithstanding any legal standing before German federal or state courts, you always have the right to approach the Data Protection Authority of Bavaria for the Private Sector with your request or complaint.