Most of us are aware about the general GDPR policy applicable from 25th May 2018. It’s an updated version of the Data Protection Directive (1998). However we need to know how this policy can impact on e-commerce websites and promotional efforts and which of the platforms are gearing up to the policy change.
It doesn’t matter where your business is established, or you are a startup company, GDPR applies to all companies that offer products or services to consumers in Europe. In-fact, GDPR compliance isn’t simply for European companies selling products to European customers, it covers any interaction from any part of the world with customers in Europe.
Let’s see how these e-commerce platforms are getting GDPR ready?
1. Magento: This is the most preferred e-commerce platform in market, because of its features and service availability. Magento offers excellent store functionalities that are working remarkably for all types of online stores. Magento is also well prepared in terms of GDPR policy update.
3. BigCommerce: BigCommerce is also working and focus on EU’s GDPR policy terms. They also have created a “Privacy & Security Group” to ensure it’s easy for customers to know and comply with the GDPR policies.
4. WooCommerce: WooCommerce is one of the most popular e-commerce WordPress plugins which is gearing up for GDPR to help its customers with the new regulations. They also provide information about new rules for better understanding to their customers.
We at V Group Inc. always suggest appropriate measures to the business owners offer guidelines to help them in their online business privacy, keep them updated about new policies like GDPR, focus on productivity and revenue growth.
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