What we offer

Performance audit

We analyze your site from all angles. Scanning your site to see where you can increase the site’s performance.

Tooling & dashboards

From continuously monitoring performance to integrating relevant tools, we handle it all.

Monthly report & tech advice

Our monitoring, analysis, and consultation provide you and your developers with a clear roadmap for improvements.

Technical support

We implement performance improvements for you. We focus on results and get the work done!

Speed up your CMS

Websites are often managed by so-called ‘Content Management Systems’ (CMS) that allow multiple contributors to create, edit and publish content without writing any code.

In most cases, the CMS uses templates that can be edited with a WYSIWYG interface. This type of CMS can either be used as a separate system that pushes the content as code to the website or as an integrated system that hosts your website.

There are many different user-friendly systems available. However, using templates and interfaces can complicate the code of a website and cause it to load slowly.

We're here to help you improve the speed of your CMS-hosted website. Currently we focus on the following systems:

Wordpress

Wordpress is one of the most popular content management systems on the market. It’s a user-friendly system and you can build a website without being able to code. In total more than 450 million websites are built on Wordpress. Especially the ecommerce plugin ‘WooCommerce’ is used by 25% of the ecommerce websites and generates 7% of the worldwide sales online.

The downside of Wordpress is that you need plugins and themes for additional features which could slow your website down significantly, especially when you run an ecommerce website. You need to update the plugins and themes regularly. All the additional features add lots of extra and redundant code to your website which slow it down or break with these updates.

Shopify

Shopify is one of the most popular platforms in the world focused specifically on e-commerce. You can build a website without being able to code or know anything about servers and hosting. You have a huge choice of themes and apps that help you run your webshop but unlike Wordpress you have to pay for most services.

There are more than 1.7 million online shops in 2021 processing over $ 5 billion in sales. Their market share is growing rapidly and they have nearly 11% market share in the e-commerce industry.

Magento

Magento is one of the largest ecommerce platforms on the market together with Wordpress and Shopify. It’s an open-source platform designed for scalability, is customizable, SEO-friendly and their 2.0 platform is comparable in speed with Shopify.