Why WordPress is the Best Platform for your Enterprise Level Website

Marc Avila

Enterprise Level Websites looking for a new content management system will often overlook WordPress as a viable option. They may assume that this platform is only intended for small-scale websites or blogs, but that couldn’t be further from the truth.

Active Development Community

WordPress is open-source software with an installation base of over 75 million. The platform attracts a wide range of expert talent, from designers to administrators. You will have an easier time recruiting the talent you need to support your WordPress project efforts than you would for other platforms, whether you want to hire in-house or work with a service provider.

Complementary services are also readily available, such as web hosting specific to WordPress sites or custom designs.

Flexible Framework

WordPress may have started its life as a blogging script, but now it’s a highly flexible content management system. This platform can power landing pages, company websites, e-commerce stores, portfolios, forums, internal employee pages and anything else you can think of.

The base framework empowers users by keeping the possibilities open. The templating system, functions, and other core features reduce the learning curve required for developers working with this solution.

Robust Integration

WordPress is one of the most commonly used content management systems on the market. Many third-party applications and platforms connect with WordPress and enhance its functionality.

For example, a product information management solution can provide a centralized media database for an e-commerce store, and an accounting solution can display an invoice dashboard directly within the WordPress platform.

Multisite and Multiuser Capabilities

WordPress supports multiple websites through a centralized dashboard. Site administrators can bring microsites, landing pages, brand pages and other distinct assets together.

The user account control capabilities also meet enterprise requirements. Users have access to different parts of the WordPress dashboard based on their role, and it’s easy to adjust who can see what in real-time.

Feature Expansion Opportunities

WordPress has an extensive library of plugins that cover nearly every use case an enterprise may encounter. These plugins either offer completely new features or build on existing ones. Enterprise level plugins are available with out-of-the-box functionality, although you may want to work with a custom plugin developer for help with unusual workflows or requirements.


Companies can overlook the importance of user friendliness in a content management system when they deploy it. The typical user in your enterprise isn’t going to be a tech-forward member of the IT department or another technical person.

Typically, you’ll have marketing and sales going into the back-end daily to load new content and check for engagement from your visitors. Content creation is often an organization-wide responsibility, so each department may have someone who wants to load media or articles to the system.

A user-friendly system like WordPress allows these employees to upload their content without involving the Help Desk each time. Thus, your IT department can focus on priority issues, and the rest of the organization won’t suffer from a productivity loss that can accompany a difficult-to-work-with system.

WordPress has the perfect combination of support, flexibility, and user-friendliness to shoot it to the top of the content management system pile. The platform may come across as a simple blogging system at first, but a look under the hood reveals what it’s really capable of.

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