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).
“The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect.” - Tim Berners-Lee, Inventor of the World Wide Web
We’re excited to announce some improvements we have made to the accessibility of VGS Collect. But first some background on the topic of accessibility.
We’re excited to announce that we’ve partnered with our friends at Netlify to develop an add-on that effortlessly and securely collects data via webforms.
Design is the first thing a customer will notice when they visit your website. A beautiful design is not only attractive to the visitor, but it makes your business look more legitimate. As you build and improve your website, it is important that third-party UI elements work well with, and look similar to, your own user interface. To make the building and programming process easier, here at VGS we put in work to make our forms as flexible and user-friendly as possible for you.
With current payment card industry (PCI) regulations and growing numbers of sensitive and personal data leaks, there is increasingly high demand for dependable security solutions that protect your customers’ personal data. It’s imperative that companies shield their users’ information from the very first interaction with your application, when customers often enter their most sensitive data.