Say Hello to Software That Makes Sense
Technology is our business. It's what we do. It's what we've always done. Our expertise and progressive approach deliver scalable and integrated solutions based on one question: Does it make sense for our clients? Technology is built to facilitate strategy, not drive it, which is why we rely on client input and knowledge of market trends and best practices to evolve our solutions and services.
iModules delivers Software as a Service (SaaS) technology developed on the Microsoft® .NET 4.5 Framework with Microsoft® SQL Server® 2012 database server technology. Using the SaaS model, iModules hosts its technology securely online, so our clients do not have to deal with day-to-day hardware, software, and operating-system maintenance. This model provides our clients with faster, up-to-date, reliable technology; protection of sensitive data; valuable software enhancements and automatic product updates; and instant access to online training and support. In addition, clients do not have to worry about additional costs for upgrades or downtime, nor the risk of lost data due to onsite network problems or power outages.
iModules maintains compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and is certified compliant as a Level One Service Provider by a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) authorized by the PCI Security Standards Council. iModules' processes, procedures, network configuration, and overall environment conform to all of the security guidelines as defined in the PCI DSS standard and are verified by a yearly third party audit. This Level One compliance, the highest level of PCI DSS compliance, ensures that your e-commerce transaction data is securely protected, transmitted, and stored by iModules.
The security of your data is crucial. At iModules, several precautions are taken to deliver highest level of protection for your sensitive information. iModules owns and operates the database and Web servers that host clients' websites and store their data. These servers are protected by securely configured firewalls that prevent data from being accessed via the Internet. Each client's data is stored in a dedicated database; this prevents the intrusion or corruption of data. In addition, clients' data catalogs cannot see or access each other's data.