Backend - Alpha Solutions

When you visit Alpha Solutions’ website, information about you is collected in order to improve the website and personalize the user experience. When you visit the website for the first time, you need to consider the use of cookies.

You can always decline the use of cookies on In that case, a cookie will be placed to remember that exact choice.

A cookie is a data file that is stored in your browser. The cookie makes the website remember your device and its settings when you return to the website. It can also perform statistics and target ads moving forward.

A cookie cannot see who you are, where you live, or who the user of the computer, tablet or mobile phone is. Nor is it capable of spreading a virus or harm your computer in any way.

Some cookies are deleted as soon as you leave the website, while others are stored in a certain period of time. That period of time can vary. Cookies will always be renewed as soon as you visit the website once more.

If you do not wish to receive cookies, you always have the option to delete, block or decline them.

To decline or delete already stored cookies in your browser, you have to change your specific browser’s private settings.

In the box you will find the cookies used by this website. 

This cookie is used to establish and continue your visit on the website. 
It will be deleted automatically when you close your browser.

This cookie is used to identify your computer and recognize your behavior as a unique user.

_ga (Google Analytics)
This cookie is set by Google Analytics used to distinguish users. This cookie expires after 2 years.

cid (
This cookie is used to integrate a third-party platform into the website to deliver targeted advertising.
This cookie expires after 2 months.

li_at (
This cookie supports online marketing by gathering user information to promote products through partners and other platforms.
This cookie expires after 2 months.

_lfa (
Leadfeeder tracker adds a visitor cookie. The cookie has a two year expiry date from when it was first set. The cookie is set for the website domain only, and does not use 3rd party cookies.

_hjid (Hotjar)
Hotjar cookie that is set when the customer first lands on a page with the Hotjar script. It is used to persist the Hotjar User ID, unique to that site on the browser. This ensures that behavior in subsequent visits to the same site will be attributed to the same user ID. The cookie expires after 1 year.

_fbp (Facebook)
Identifies browsers with the purpose of delivering ads and website statistics. Supports online marketing by promoting products and services through partners and other platforms.