WP Engine is a leading SaaS content management platform for websites and applications built on WordPress. The company powers thousands of websites and apps built on the WordPress platform delivering a fast, reliable and secure web experience. All levels of users including bloggers, marketers, SMBs, and large corporations rely on WP Engine’s platform to keep their websites up and running. The company’s customer service team specializes in quickly solving technical problems and creating a world-class customer experience, working to ensure that each user’s WordPress site continues to perform at its full potential. Founded in 2010, WP Engine is headquartered in Austin, Texas and has offices in San Francisco, California.
Provident Technology is your outsourced IT department, providing cloud services, managed backup, virus protection, remote monitoring and proactive maintenance as part of our full suite of services for small to mid-sized businesses. We bring big-picture clarity to long-term planning and purchasing decisions and design customized IT solutions around your needs.
iThemes Security (formerly Better WP Security) gives you over 30+ ways to secure and protect your WordPress site. On average, 30,000 new websites are hacked each day. WordPress sites can be an easy target for attacks because of plugin vulnerabilities, weak passwords and obsolete software.
Most WordPress admins don’t even know they’re vulnerable, but iThemes Security works to fix common holes, stop automated attacks and strengthen user credentials. With one-click activation for most features, as well as advanced features for experienced users, iThemes Security can help protect any WordPress site.
BackupBuddy allows you to backup, migrate, and restore your entire single or Multisite WordPress install including the widgets, themes and plugins. To keep your backups safe, BackupBuddy supports sending your backups offsite to Amazon S3, Rackspace Cloud, Dropbox, FTP, and email. Quickly and easily restore your site on the same server or migrate to a new server with a different domain and database. The process is easy, fast, and reliable.
AppPresser allows you to create a native mobile app for iOS and Android from your existing WordPress site and distribute it through the iTunes Store and Google Play. You can integrate push notifications, create an eCommerce store using WooCommerce, a social networking app using BuddyPress, or you can do custom development to build any set of features supported by Phonegap’s API.
WooCommerce is the world’s most popular eCommerce platform. Powered by WordPress and built by WooThemes, the goal of WooCommerce is to allow you to sell anything online – beautifully. You can integrate with payment processors, easily manage shipping methods and inventory, set up flexible tax rules, and view detailed store reports all from your WordPress dashboard.
With a free core platform and hundreds of premium add-ons available, WooCommerce allows you to set up an online shop with functionality catered to your store’s needs.
NorthPoint Digital is an experience-driven company delivering scalable technology and design solutions to support and transform user experiences and interactions across the web, mobile, and social touchpoints.
We couple our deep understanding of WordPress with specific domain and vertical market experience. In addition to understanding content, we have significant functional knowledge in the areas of web content management, design/user experience, and community solutions coupled with extensive domain experience in the Media, Publishing, Non-Profit, Healthcare, and Education markets.
We are a WordPress V.I.P. Partner and work hard to make WordPress work smarter for your organization. Visit our website or give us a call at 212.819.1700 to learn more about how we are helping organizations digitally transform their businesses and drive online growth.
The Philly ‘burbs WordPress Meetup bridges the gap between designers and developers building WordPress sites and writers, bloggers and marketers who use them on a daily basis. We focus on both design and development considerations (tips, techniques and hacks) as well as user concerns like expanded functionality and best practices. The conversation is all about WordPress.
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