Achieve enterprise-level performance, scalability and security with WordPress VIP and Box UK. We’ll help you leverage the flexibility and simplicity WordPress is renowned for to rapidly deliver high-quality digital solutions, to help you achieve your strategic goals.
As a Strategy Partner agency to WP Engine Box UK can help you unlock the power of this enterprise WordPress platform, delivering fast, scalable and secure platforms that support critical business operations and drive your digital strategy forward.
The driving force behind more than a million websites worldwide, Drupal’s open source and modular architecture delivers the flexibility and extensibility needed to give you total control over your content – all while helping reduce cost and allowing you to focus on the delivery of value for your business.
Partnering with leading Content Management System (CMS) providers, and with decades of enterprise CMS development experience, Box UK builds large-scale digital platforms used by millions. Our multidisciplinary team specialises in complex multisite and multilingual implementations, and leverages extensive integration expertise (including headless CMS setup) to ensure your content management solutions are supported by a robust and responsive technology ecosystem.
An enterprise CMS platform is ideal for large-scale organisations dealing with high volumes of traffic, transactions and content, and who may be looking for greater control over their digital experiences. Box UK can help you unlock the full power of your solution, delivering enterprise CMS software features and functionality to better serve your users and support long-term growth.
We’ll work with you to identify the most suitable enterprise CMS platform for your business by building an in-depth understanding of your requirements and goals, and conducting a thorough appraisal of leading content management solutions providers including:
There are many benefits to be gained from implementing an enterprise CMS platform, including:
If you have or are looking to build a digital platform that fits any of the following criteria, you should definitely consider enterprise CMS development:
Covering the key benefits WordPress offers over more traditional enterprise CMS solutions, and the considerations you’ll need to address should you choose to migrate, to ensure the success of your project.
Running seven country sites in six languages from a single installation, OKdo.com is a feature-rich, widely-integrated technology ecosystem that serves as a flagship example of enterprise WordPress and WooCommerce.
As OKdo’s IT partner, we delivered this project in just eight months, bringing to life a global ecommerce platform that would underpin the launch of their new business into two of the fastest-growing markets in the technology space.
As a major operational risk association, ORX needs to be confident that all their news content is both accurate and accessible – and that’s exactly what we delivered with a web application built using the open-source Drupal 8 CMS.
Members can now get to the content they need much more easily and, with ORX better able to demonstrate the value of membership, engagement with the application has grown too – leading to a more than 40% increase in traffic and a number of new trial sign-ups.
An enterprise content management system is a CMS that can serve the specific needs of large businesses and big brands, including the ability to scale quickly and easily, integrate with additional elements of the enterprise digital ecosystem, and provide high levels of control across different teams and roles.
With an enterprise CMS administrators can create and edit digital content through an intuitive back-end interface, often featuring a What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) editor and tools to build common website features such as forms, menus, search and more.
Integrations are also available to extend and enhance the content management system with additional functionality, for example ecommerce capabilities, customer service channels, and support for online communities.
Content management systems are typically highly usable and efficient solutions for digital teams looking to manage and maintain a website or application, streamlining the process of building powerful digital experiences, and allowing edits and additions to be made without requiring technical knowledge.
At an enterprise level in particular, many of the leading CMS options provide fully-managed digital experience platforms, encompassing valuable functionality such as CRM, email marketing and analytics to support a range of organisational requirements, and deliver further administrative efficiencies.
Additionally, many enterprise content management systems include cloud-based hosting as part of their offering, providing confidence in the availability and performance of your websites with minimal overhead.
Different content management systems serve different enterprise needs and contexts, and enterprise CMS features can differ across providers, making it vital to conduct a thorough assessment of your options at the outset of your project.
However, some features common to the majority of enterprise CMS platforms include easy-to-use editing, administration and publishing tools, alongside permissions and workflows to maintain control over these. Support for Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and social media is also important to support increased findability, as are powerful on-site search capabilities.
Analytics is another key area for the enterprise, and an effective content management system should provide valuable insight to support the continuous improvement of your digital strategy – ideally incorporating data from various sources to deliver a holistic picture across channels and touchpoints.