TALSA, committed to “Security”

TALSA, committed to “Security”

Talsa is a world leader, high-end manufacturer of medium range machinery for the meat industry.

Talsa has been a client of Aitana Multimedia for years, and it can be said that they are one of the first and best clients of the company. Since then, many projects have been shared and a lot of conversations have taken place on new technologies they are experts on.

Apart from having a great business vision, Talsa, through its web, has developed and implemented an Intranet through which all commercial distributors work and from which orders can be placed and incidents be attended to, following a quality policy established by the company.

Its web has been updated to the programming language PHP7 for security reasons. The latest version of PHP establishes new codes able to be executed in most operating systems and interacts with the most popular web servers, being oriented to access information in web sites data bases. Its code is invisible to the browser executing only the order from the server and sending back the result to the browser in HTML, allowing some free space for the programmer.

Additionally, a safe server has been provided that certifies authenticity of the site identifying it. Its domain corresponds to the entity attainment, this being identified by the CIF certificate and the SSL protocol, ensuring that the communication between the client’s browser and the server remains encrypted and so offering a safe traffic with safe confidential information on-line.

On the Internet nothing is completely safe, but updating programming codes and using all the tools available presents a barrier and a safety argument that marks a clear difference compared to those who do not do it.

Providing a good service to clients, external partners or distributors and facilitating methods is a step towards an easier and faster management, to provide immediate response to orders, replacements and problem solving. This leads to commercial loyalty and trust.

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