Short answer: Yes.
We hate locking customers in with software or infrastructure. This is one of the reasons why we provide WordPress services. WordPress is an Open Source platform where you will have 100% transparent access to our codebase – everything from the WordPress Core through to 3rd party libraries we use, and all of the custom plugins that we develop in order to build your technical solution.
In addition to that, we will ask you to purchase everything needed for the project to launch successfully. This includes: hosting accounts, domain name, licenses to specific 3rd party software in your business niche (broker or trader services, automotive catalogs, Adobe DPS licenses). All of which, you can cancel at any time if you don’t want to pay extra ongoing fees.
At, Devrix, we handle everything for you so that you don’t worry about anything. The only thing we require is that you create your own accounts especially those which require payment information. Specific licenses such as MailChimp accounts can be registered by our team and handed to you once the development is completed. Afterward, you can decide which quota or premium add-ons you want.
Our team of WordPress developers will guide you through the process and suggest the best practices and the solutions, tailored to your business needs. However, you will own the keys to everything. Our agency builds long term technical solutions with ongoing retainer or maintenance plans that continue to work on building your solution and maintaining your system. Of course, you can always hire a consultant for a code review or a business consultant who could assess the entire infrastructure and prepare an assessment.
There are only two requirements we have regarding access to your services and hosting:
- We may need complete access to set up the server environment, monitoring tools or scanners required for setup and performance. A limited environment may not suffice, or may cost extra due to delays. Additionally, limited access often results in a slower environment and higher hosting costs in the end.
- Our team cannot collaborate with your technical staff for the same code base. We follow WordPress Coding Standards and a reliable development process that needs to be consistent across the project. Extra features introduced by you or your team may result in incompatibility or regressions during the development process which we can’t be responsible for.