Why We Chose Pantheon as Our Partner
Posted by Steve Kenley on Jun 26, 2015 9:15:14 AM
All our sites are built with best-practice workflows on Pantheon. Here’s why you should keep it there.
Pantheon ensures your website will continue to perform at high speeds, with minimal need for support. The platform automatically does much of the work required to keep professional-grade Drupal sites fast, secure, and scalable.
Squeeze More ROI from Your Investment
Every dollar you spend on web development should contribute to the growth of your business. Using open-source CMS like Drupal brings you closer to that goal, as developers don't need to start from scratch. However, they must still spend many hours on system administration. Pantheon allows you to funnel 100% of your investment in web development directly to the high-value features and strategy that grow your business. And not just while your website is in development, but for its entire lifetime.
The Fastest Platform for Websites.
Your business performance depends on your website performance. For every second visitors wait, conversions drop 7 percent. Pantheon is tuned to deliver the fastest performance possible. Third-parties like Loadstorm rate Pantheon as #1 in performance and reliability. The platform is so ridiculously fast that sites migrating from generic hosting see dramatic speed boosts instantly. Read more about Pantheon speed and performance at pantheon.io/platform/performance.
Be Impervious to Website Attacks
If you never want to be hacked, Pantheon is the platform of choice. Pantheon makes continuous platform-wide upgrades, so you don’t need to ask a developer about Heartbleed, Internet Doomsday, or other risks. Pantheon also enables your developers to quickly update your site with one click. No site that follows security best practices on Pantheon has ever been hacked, despite millions of attempts across tens of thousands of sites. Read more about Pantheon Security at pantheon.io/security.
Save Billable Hours by Staying in Sync with Your Agency
One quick email to developers and we can log in and be working on a new feature at a moment’s notice. Identical environments keep work-in-progress separate from your live site, so you’ll never need to see screenshots or hand-drawn wireframes to know what developers are up to. See the test site exactly as it will appear when it’s live. Developers used to spend billable hours configuring these environments by hand. Now those hours can go straight into your features wish list.
Written by Steve Kenley
Steve is a senior developer with a B.S. in IT and Software Engineering. He's been keeping things running smoothly at Tribute Media since 2012.