We’re proud to share that Returnly has been selected as a Shopify Plus Certified App, one of the most exclusive groups within the Shopify Plus ecosystem. We’re also excited to share that Returnly is now SOC 2 Type I certified, and the first Shopify Plus Certified app to achieve this milestone.
What is the Shopify Plus certified app program?
Certified app partners are considered the best in their categories for Shopify Plus merchants, As a member of the Shopify Plus Certified App Program, Returnly adheres to highest standards of app development as set by the Shopify Plus team. It means that Returnly has been extensively vetted so that the Shopify Plus merchants it works with are guaranteed the best in quality, performance, and support.
What is SOC 2 Type 1 certification?
SOC 2 is considered the gold standard for data security and requires companies to establish and follow strict information security policies and procedures, encompassing the security, availability, and confidentiality of customer data.
Achieving SOC 2 Type 1 certification means that our software development processes and practices meet required levels of oversight and monitoring, so that we can proactively identify and address any unusual activity.
With these certifications Returnly guarantees:
Priority support: Expedited response times in addition to 24/7 support.
Maximum reliability: Returnly is designed for uninterrupted uptime with a 99.99% guarantee and seamless rollouts of each release.
Enterprise ready security compliance: Trusted and secure information and data handling backed by the highest security standards. Returnly’s completion of the SOC 2 Type I certification ensures that the confidentiality and privacy of user data is held to the strictest guidelines for security, availability, and processing integrity.
Know your site is safe and secure
We take pride in taking appropriate steps to help ensure your data is safe. To learn more about our security policies and initiatives, visit our security page here.
This article originally appeared in the Returnly blog and has been published here with permission.