Helping Major Brands Scale & Secure WordPress

Never backing down from a challenge - we have been fortunate to build an impressive client roster through diligently solving problems for our customers. Below are a few of the Brands, and the people behind them, that we are proud to serve.

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NGINX

NGINX, Inc. is the company behind the popular open source project trusted by more than 400 million sites, offering a suite of technologies for developing and delivering modern applications. After years of hosting their own website, the NGINX marketing team wanted to partner with a managed WordPress host. Pagely’s support, expertise, and server visibility helped consolidate their web presence, moving performance concerns out of the way so they could focus on promoting their suite of products.

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Gravity Forms

A form-building plugin, Gravity Forms had struggled with poor hosting solutions in the past. With their more complex support site, the team wanted to ensure the site would have smooth hosting with comprehensive support. Pagely was able to handle the transfer of the Gravity Forms Support site smoothly and provide the support they needed.

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UNICEF

UNICEF works to defend the rights of children in the most vulnerable regions around the world. Their philanthropic work doesn’t leave much time to worry about their hosting or deal with legal negotiations about their pre-written terms. When they were deciding which hosting company to work with for their new WordPress site, they went with the flexible, most robust option-- and they’ve been with Pagely ever since.

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St. Mary’s University

As a top tier master’s level school, St. Mary’s University has an elaborate site that fields a significant amount of traffic on a daily basis. So much so that their previous hosting company couldn’t keep up and the nationally recognized university was finding their site was going down often. After realizing they needed a long-term hosting solution, they turned to Pagely to provide reliability, consistency and a true partner for the future of their website.

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City of Boston

Home to more than 600,000 residents and numerous different state authorities, the city of Boston needed a way to protect and maintain their catalog of legacy WordPress sites. After numerous hacks, it became clear the city was spending too much time and resources on upkeep, which wasn’t sustainable in the long run.

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Northwestern University

At Northwestern, campus organizations need the ability to easily manage and publish WordPress sites. The system the university was formerly using to manage affordable hosting at scale had technical limitations that precluded them from accommodating certain plugins, themes and configuration requirements. Pagely stepped in and enabled Northwestern to run these feature-demanding WordPress sites while maintaining the high degree of security and support a top tier university requires.

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Vet Organics

Located in South Florida, Vet Organics makes natural, effective health products for pets. Vet Organics strives to create better alternatives to existing products and formulates natural pet supplements and products designed to solve everyday pet issues.

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Performance Foundry

Performance Foundry provides WordPress Hosting for their clients and, for a long time, they were managing their own stack. Now, Performance Foundry is able to spend their time focusing on cultivating stronger client relations while Pagely provides the hosting.

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Brooklyn Tweed

A trendy, sustainable yarn company, Brooklyn Tweed’s business website sees massive seasonal traffic spikes throughout the year. Hosting with Pagely enables them to scale up during these periodic spikes, accommodating increased traffic with ease.

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BMC

BMC needed a solution that could accommodate more sophisticated requirements than their previous provider, WPengine. They were producing great content that was driving traffic to their site but wanted to maximize their blog’s SEO by using a reverse proxy.

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