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“Expertise in WordPress” - Intelysis Case Study

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INDUSTRY Telecommunications PRODUCTS Managed WordPress PAIN POINTS When Intelysis ventured into the cloud services market, it launched Intelisys Cloud Services University to help educate clients on the new offerings. This turned the Intelisys website into a mission- critical outpost, nearly doubling online traffic and placing an intensified importance on website performance. HOW LIQUID WEB HELPED The Most Helplful Humans in Hosting TM migrated the original run-site onto Managed WordPress inf rastructure for immediate site performance improvements. The team cut load times in half by reducing content size and conserving image space and optimized updates to reduce the resources required to operate the site. These changes significantly reduced abandonment rates. "Expertise in WordPress" Liquid Web Reduces Intelysis WordPress Load Time by 7.1 Seconds Intelisys, the gold-standard provider of the "two-tier" telecommunications and cloud distribution model, took a great technological leap forward in 2012 when it entered the cloud services market headfirst. With these added capabilities came the added complexities of educating clients on a host of new services, as clients were increasingly relying upon In- telisys' website and its related extensions and sites. In tandem with launching Intelisys Cloud Services University to address this need, the Intelisys website suddenly became a mission critical outpost for a new and rapidly growing market that nearly doubled online traffic. This placed an intensified importance on performance, as lost time loading pages meant losing customers. Improved Site Performance with Managed WordPress Puts Intelisys on Cloud 9 Accelerating and optimizing the site for WordPress was priority one. After carefully listening to the clients' needs, Liquid Web was able to migrate the WordPress-run site

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