When you hire a Sitecore Certified Partner, you trust that they know what they’re doing, that they’ll deliver what they promised, and that they’re committed to putting your needs first and helping you get the most value out of the platform.
Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen.
Sadly, some partners see you only with dollar signs in their eyes. You’re not an organization with unique needs; you’re just another deal. They’ll slap together a Sitecore implementation, tricked out with modules you may or may not need, and promise you the moon. Then you’re left with a complicated solution that no one on your team knows how to use.
Then there are those partners who, quite frankly, just don’t know what they’re doing. They didn’t use best practices when implementing your site, and now you’re stuck with a slow-loading site riddled with performance issues.
Whatever your situation, we sympathize. It’s frustrating. You spent a lot of money, and you’re not quite sure what you got in return. But there’s good news: it doesn’t have to be this way.
When implemented properly, Sitecore is a powerfully flexible solution that empowers your team to achieve your marketing goals with ease.
Engagency makes this possible. Engagency makes it seem easy.
Is your Sitecore implementation not meeting expectations? The problem’s not with the platform. The blame lies with your Sitecore partner and how they implemented it for you.
If you think you might have a problem, and you’re looking for some evidence, we’ve compiled 10 telltale signs that your Sitecore vendor isn’t putting your needs first and didn’t follow best practices when they implemented your website.
If you recognize any of these red flags, it’s time for you to engage a new Sitecore Partner.
Ready to get your implementation back on track? The first step is figuring out what went wrong, and what can be done to fix it.
The best way to gain those insights is with a comprehensive Sitecore audit, conducted by our expert team of Sitecore Certified Architects, Developers, and Support Engineers with 10+ years of experience.
Short on time, and your C-suite wants you up on Sitecore yesterday? Whether you’re migrating to Sitecore or upgrading to the latest version, Engagency’s Lift & Shift process will have you up and running faster than any other Sitecore shop in the world.
We’ve got the people, the processes, and the tools necessary to quickly migrate your content over and launch your new site on Sitecore. Our 10-step process takes your site from being a liability to an asset in less than 3 months.
Do your marketers have difficulty building out new sections of your site, managing page content, and publishing? Sitecore was designed to make content management and personalization easy.
After we’ve resolved your implementation issues, we’ll help you get your content team up to speed with our personalized Sitecore User Training. We tailor every lesson to each individual’s role and scope of responsibility. Our personalized training plans include step-by-step instructions and screenshots from your company’s actual implementation. Best of all, we do everything online, so it's affordable and easy to work into your busy schedule.
Are you dreading the thought of upgrading Sitecore, but you’re eager to take advantage of all the new features and capabilities?
Our team of Sitecore Certified Developers are here to help you determine the most economical and efficient way to upgrade and shed technical debt at the same time.
Bolster your internal team’s Sitecore expertise with co-development and hands-on training provided by our team of experts at Engagency. Our Sitecore Certified Architects, Developers, and Support Engineers are here to guide your team towards smooth deployments, headache-free upgrades, and well-built feature enhancements.
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