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TMCNet:  Pantheon Introduces New Way for Agencies to Launch Multiple Client Websites on One Platform

[April 02, 2014]

Pantheon Introduces New Way for Agencies to Launch Multiple Client Websites on One Platform

SAN FRANCISCO --(Business Wire)--

The digital agency of the future will be standardized on open source. Instead of bespoke in-house development, proprietary solutions, or narrow expertise in WordPress, Drupal, or other website software, top agencies will put clients front and center by launching and managing hundreds of sites on one platform. Today Pantheon, the Professional Website Platform, announced the availability of Pantheon One for Agencies, giving agencies one platform to manage all their WordPress and Drupal clients, websites, and products. Agencies that use Pantheon can launch websites faster. Their clients' websites are more profitable to manage, too.

"Sixty percent of websites don't launch on time, and we don't think that's acceptable," said Zack Rosen, Pantheon CEO and co-founder. "Agencies that use Pantheon lead the market in building websites. We wanted to provide them with a tool to help them be even more effective, so they can focus on growth and supporting clients."

Drupal and WordPress now run 53% of all websites, and an even higher proportion of professional websites as agencies continue to shed bespoke and proprietary frameworks. But senior developers are still pulled off high-value tasks for routine infrastructure maintenance on Drupal and WordPress projects. No more. Agencies that use Pantheon One for Agencies can fully dedicate developers to project deliverables, and move quickly to adapt to client needs.

Top digital agencies choose Pantheon because it lets them manage all their Drupal and WordPress websites on one professional-grade platform. Moving dozens of client websites to Pantheon One for Agencies means technology teams no longer need to maintain the plumbing. They're free to focus on high-value, billable work, using the best tools on the market.

Here are a few more reasons why digital agencies are standardizing on Pantheon One for Agencies:

  • Standardied workflows. Instead of building developer tools and managing internal infrastructure, agencies can free advanced developers from routine updates and putting out fires, so they can focus on building, launching, and running legendary websites.
  • Anyone can customize and update. Designers, developers, and other contractors have professional-grade tools to launch websites faster and manage websites more efficiently.
  • Eliminates the need for system administration. Now developers can focus on building websites and global brands, rather than managing infrastructure.

Pantheon One for Agencies is available www.getpantheon.com/pantheon-one-for-agencies
For more information about Pantheon: www.getpantheon.com/pricing

Resources

Learn more about Pantheon's customers: http://getpantheon.com/customers
Get started with Pantheon, The Professional Website Platform: http://getpantheon.com

About Pantheon

Pantheon powers the world's professional websites. Our multi-tenant, container-based cloud platform enables businesses to run mission-critical Drupal & WordPress websites-not manage them. Developers, Marketers and IT can instantly scale in response to unplanned traffic spikes, without upgrading VMs or clusters. Large enterprises use Pantheon, including Intel (News - Alert), Cisco, Arizona State University, and the United Nations.

Headquartered in San Francisco, Pantheon is privately held and backed by Foundry Group, Baseline Ventures, First Round Capital, and Floodgate Fund. Pantheon is a Heavybit company.

To learn more about Pantheon www.getpantheon.com

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