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We want the use of our services to be clear and satisfying. Below you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions about our services. If you have additional questions, don't hesitate to contact us - we are ready to help!

The Webtechnika company has signed a permanent contract for legal assistance, the GDPR is supervised by DAMIAN PRZEBYŁOWSKI from the Świrbutowicz i Przybyłowski Law Firm. GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) compliance safeguards in the context of Webtechnika's projects include a number of measures aimed at protecting the privacy of user data. Here are some key GDPR aspects and protections when developing web applications in Python: Data encryption (SSL/TLS): Ensuring that communication between the user and the server is encrypted, reducing the risk of data interception by unauthorized persons. Enabling HTTPS on your website is crucial. Privacy Policy: Placing a clear privacy policy informing users about what data is collected, how it is processed and what it is used for. This policy should be easily accessible to users. Consent to data processing: Collecting and documenting consents from users to the processing of their personal data. The website should enable users to express informed and voluntary consent. User rights: Ensure that users are aware of their rights under GDPR, such as the right to access data, the right to correct errors, the right to delete data, etc. Mechanisms should be available to handle such requests. System security: Applying appropriate security measures such as firewall, antivirus software, system updates to minimize the risk of data breaches. Security is supervised by Cloudformers sp. z o.o. Monitoring and reporting of data breaches: Establish a system for monitoring activities related to personal data and procedures for reporting data breaches in accordance with GDPR requirements. Pseudonymization and data minimization: Limiting the collected data to the minimum necessary to achieve the purposes of processing. Data pseudonymization, i.e. replacing data identifiers with other data, can also help achieve GDPR compliance. Compliance audit: Regularly conducting GDPR compliance audits to monitor and update procedures and adapt them to changing legal requirements. Employee education: Ensuring that employees are aware of GDPR rules and have appropriate training in personal data protection. It is worth remembering that these safeguards are only a general overview, and compliance with GDPR requires an individualized approach, adapted to the specific context and type of data processed. Therefore, companies should seek advice from a data protection lawyer to ensure that their practices comply with applicable law.

It all depends on the specifications, it is good to contact us often (and we even encourage our clients to do so), and to be involved in the project because many mistakes can often be avoided already at the initial stage. We are flexible, so we do not insist on the original specification as long as the scope of changes is reasonable.

We have our own software for reporting problems, customers receive access to the error reporting system, where they can easily notify us about the situation that has occurred.

Yes, we provide a 6-month warranty for our work, but we know from experience that all unforeseen events occur within a maximum of 2 months.

It all depends on the arrangements, we usually have development servers where we present the effects of the so-called sprints, i.e. weekly or two-week results of our work. I think that the client sees the first effects most quickly after about 2-3 weeks, then there is really something to show.

Yes, 6 months or another period agreed in the contract. We also offer long-term contracts for software maintenance, updates and development.

It all depends primarily on the scope. The minimum duration of a project that we create from scratch is about 2 weeks. It may be faster to implement our e-commerce platform, because it may only involve minor graphic changes. Please contact us to evaluate your idea.

First, a meeting where we learn about the specifics of the company and the client's expectations, writing down the requirements and creating a preliminary specification. The next step is to present the subsequent tasks as we understood them to avoid misunderstandings. We need the specification for the next step, which is the contract. When we meet again after months of arrangements with the lawyers, we start working in weekly or biweekly cycles. In these cycles, we present the progress of work, ask questions and mark subsequent stages as completed. Depending on the arrangements, the client receives a development version on which he can test current changes, this version is also useful after the basic part of the work is completed - in the case of expansion, development and integration. When everything is ready, implementation takes place (and long-term cooperation related to project management).

Creating a web, mobile or any other application is half the problem. Each software usually receives regular and security updates. In the case of simple websites created using the Django framework, this is not so important, but large projects connected to databases should be updated from time to time. We consider each case individually and we will be happy to maintain your website in the long term.

The answer to this question is not simple, it all depends on many factors such as the scope of functions, complexity and technologies used. The price may range from PLN 3,000 to even one million. The cheapest solution are simple managed websites with simple forms, the most expensive ones are advanced systems with many integrations and highly complex data processing. Another factor is graphics. We approach graphics in two ways - the first is to quickly select a graphic template and adapt it to the client's needs, the second is an individual approach - working with a graphic designer (which, of course, significantly increases the cost of implementation).

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