Most companies don’t collect data for the sake of hoarding it – they collect it as an input to achieve some business objective. In other words, they need to do something with their data. This typically requires sharing data with a third party to operate on or enrich the data (e.g. processing a credit card; running a background check; getting a FICO score).
VGS has already made it easy to collect data without needing to store it yourself. Our VGS Collect.js library lets you securely collect data via any input form while fully controlling the look and feel. Instantly create customized forms that adhere to PCI, HIPAA, or GDPR requirements. VGS intercepts the sensitive data before it hits your servers and replaces it with aliased versions, while securing the original data in our vault.
Of course, once data resides in the VGS vault, customers need to exchange it with approved endpoints. That’s where the VGS integration library comes in.
Push-Button Publishing to Partners
Today we’re releasing dozens of pre-configured integration templates that make it easy for you to connect to popular endpoints like Visa, Mastercard, Stripe, Adyen, Experian and many more. Customers have had access to these templates for some time, but now we’re making our integration library available to everyone.
But Wait, There’s More!
Are you looking for an integration that’s not listed in our library? Not to worry! We’ve got you covered. VGS’ platform can support any endpoint, even ones not yet listed. Our integration templates make turning on a new connection nearly instantaneous, but that doesn’t mean your options are limited to just templates.
Unlike other services that restrict you to a predefined set of connections, VGS removes bottlenecks by letting you control where you need to send your data. We selectively “rewrite” payloads in-flight, so you can send data to ANY endpoint, and you’re never at the mercy of someone else’s development or connectivity roadmap.
We’re Here to Help
Finally, please tell us what you think! And let us know if you want to see any additional integrations added to our library.