When the project was technically ready to launch we initiated the iterative rollout. It gave us and the client the opportunity beforehand plan for each market’s rollout and thus prepare the respective market editors for the transition and educate about the new platform as well as migrating relevant content. Today, the website is very fast and robust, even though we, as with all our clients, work and continue with continuous improvements. The site, like many others are affected by external services performance-wise and we have a strong focus on finding clever ways to optimize this and over time continue to make the site even faster. The editorial part is also perceived as easier and there is more focus on creating actual content - that is, text and image - rather than having to make design decisions.
We worked very close to the client, with frequent reconciliations and on-site collaboration a number of times, which bore fruit in the form of very good cooperation with exemplary conditions to deliver good results. This was made possible in large part by the fact that Anticimex put a lot of trust in us. We always strive to choose technology according to our clients’ needs and not the other way around and yet again we felt that this approach was just right as we had to work with relatively new technology and automate processes to save time and minimize risk in the long run. Working with the relatively new CMS gave us insights into static sites and the benefits of these. It is a very powerful option from a performance perspective and something we’ll continue to work with. We’ll post articles on the subject over time on . Together with the close collaboration made the project very inspiring and it’s just like this we prefer to work with our clients - together.
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