Key features of WordPress
Sites that scale from small to enterprise
Easy to maintain, easy to manage
Thousands of answers to your goals – whatever they are
The foundation to maximising your search ranking
An intuitive way to organise all your digital assets
Leading security technology and processes
WordPress usage stats
While it’s great for those just starting up, WordPress scales without limit – with rock-solid security, scalability and availability no matter how large your site. With WordPress implementations behind a third of all websites, it’s the choice of multinationals the world over.
Above all, our goal is to make your site work for you – by letting you edit, add, and create pages with confidence. (If your site is flexible and easy to manage, it’ll deliver more value.) So every project we take on follows a methodical workflow with managed milestones and checklists that keep our eyes on the right outcome for you – whatever those objectives are.
Popular FAQs about WordPress
WordPress is the world’s most used CMS platform, used by SMEs and enterprises alike. WordPress offers a highly familiar user interface to anyone with experience in managing web platforms.
WordPress is an open-source free-to-use content management system and as such its use does not incur a licensing fee. Some third-party plugins may however have an annual or one-time cost associated with them.
Yes – WordPress powers 36.28% of the top 1 million websites, many of those, large enterprise businesses. WordPress is the biggest CMS for a reason and can work well for businesses of all sizes.
Both WordPress and Sitecore are highly flexible and scalable content management systems that can give you everything you need with the right implementation partner. The most suitable platform for you will likely depend on the size of your business, your goals, budget and in-house expertise to help manage your new site post-launch. Sitecore’s licensing costs start at $40,000 which will make WordPress the more suitable CMS for all but a handful of large enterprises where money is no object.