Miva Merchant Selects Comodo SSL Certificates

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<strong>Jersey City, N.J. &mdash; Jan. 23</strong><br />Comodo, a leading certification authority and Internet security company announced that Miva Merchant, has partnered with Comodo to offer SSL certificates to Miva Merchant&#39;s large and growing eMerchant customer base. Miva Merchant&#39;s customers will benefit from Comodo&#39;s industry leading SSL certificate solutions to establish trust during online transactions. <br /><br />Since its launch, Miva Merchant has quickly evolved from a technical eCommerce infrastructure provider to a leading supplier of eCommerce software and services to retail eMerchants. Miva Merchant&#39;s eCommerce enablement solutions provide the essential tools required to successfully operate an online business.<br /><br />”This strategic alliance will enable us to offer our merchant customers the most secure and cost effective SSL certificate solution available,” said Rick Wilson, executive vice president of Miva Merchant. “Combining Comodo&#39;s strength in SSL certificate infrastructure with Miva Merchant&#39;s world-class eCommerce enablement services means customers can be assured they are receiving proven technology solutions that are backed by the leading companies in their respective industries.”<br /><br />Miva Merchant will be offering Comodo&#39;s full range of SSL certificates designed to enable eMerchants to create a trusted online experience. Digital certificates will become an integral part of Miva Merchant&#39;s value proposition to help businesses market, position their online store and collect sensitive data safely and securely over the Internet. James Langman, vice president of business development at Comodo, said, “Success in online commerce requires a real focus on online security. As the world&#39;s second largest certification authority, Comodo can deliver the widest portfolio of high quality SSL certificates.&rdquo;<br />

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