Working with PHP frameworks and platforms, we’ve always aimed at developing websites that will support performance requirements of a business. That can be as simple as uptime of a website, or provisioning for a technical infrastructure that will support thousands of sales a day.
Our development process ensures developers are involved from the start of a project to gather requirements, all the way through to the UAT delivery of a platform. This ensures our team have full ownership of a project. They will work with the whole project team to achieve a great end product.
Websites built to scale businesses
Working with growing and ambitious businesses, it’s increasingly usual for us to receive an objective-focused brief:
“I need a website that can deal with X number of transactions”
“My website needs to support my lead generation and nurturing”
This experience has led us to hone our core platform choices down to Magento, WordPress (including WooCommerce), Drupal and Shopify. We find that these will typically find themselves suiting most briefs, so although our team have skills beyond these platforms, we’d have to go far and wide for a brief that required it.
As a team, we pride ourselves on high levels of service – good communication and complete transparency. Read our service agreement for more about this.
A client story
Building a more sophisticated store on a more suitable e-commerce platform offered customers the experience they were looking for – and it became unstoppable. Empress Mills benefited from a system they could use to manage their product data and expose it to their audiences.
The scale of the new website delivered massive SEO benefits. As a result, Empress Mills’ sales achieved YoY growth of 35-55% and prepared the way for further expansion of the entire business.
“The numbers speak for themselves – our customers are delighted. It’s not just the online side of our business that has benefited, either. Door4 have provided us with a sales tool and an efficient admin area, which has brought us greater efficiency.”
Charles Driver, Managing Director, Empress Mills