LogicSpot provides the Ecommerce Solution that Gives their Customers Security

Press release   •   Mar 02, 2012 06:35 GMT

LogicSpot is well aware of the online security that their customers’ demands and thus provides them the best e-commerce solution.

UK, London, February 2012: Established Website Designers and Ecommerce professionals, LogicSpot, are just as aware that the security needs of the public are of the highest importance when it comes to Ecommerce Solutions (http://www.logicspot.com/service/ecommerce-systems/) as the clients they work with on a daily basis.

Not only is their online security the priority of the public; especially in light of the onslaught of horrific true-life stories they hear, but they are unlikely to give their custom to any ecommerce websites which don’t appear to take their security as seriously as they do.

Studies have shown that up to 2% of internet users are likely to be targeted in an attempt to access their personal details. Many report that their credit cards are being used, bank accounts have been accessed or their personal pages on social networking sites have been hacked with malicious intent.

The Financial Services Authority have taken various measures to combat the problem and there are many media offering advice to online shoppers with their online safety in mind, however the businesses using Ecommerce also have a role to play in the safety of their customers.

Using measurements such as secure payment from Ecommerce Solutions such as Paypal, Sage Pay or Google Checkout are just one method businesses can use to announce their commitment to customer safety and Logic Spot are at the forefront of the movement towards online safety.

Designing bespoke Ecommerce websites is second nature to Logic Spot and finding the ideal, secure ecommerce solution is all in a days’ work. 

Logicspot have been providing superb web development and design solutions from their London base since 1991. Using Magento website e-commerce technology, they can build attractive, safe and secure online store fronts.