Yesterday, Pixafy launched Herculo, an exciting new hosting platform that brings you perfectly-tuned hosting for two of the web’s most exciting and popular content platforms on the web today: WordPress and Magento.
We invite you to check out Herculo and see for yourself why it’s something different in today’s marketplace. And we want to hear from you: what would make running a website easier or better? How can we make Herculo even stronger? We’ll be listening, and responding, as Herculo grows and evolves. (more…)
Project velocity is a measure of the rate at which business value is being delivered on the project. There are several controllable aspects that will set the project in the correct direction with solid progress made over time. From my past few months of experience at Pixafy as a technical project manager, I have found that the following are among the most powerful keys to project velocity. (more…)
Pixafy, a New York-based web development and technology company, is pleased to announce the successful rollout of the first phase of Nobel Biocare’s updated eCommerce solution, with the launch of their U.S. store on August 8. Additional countries are slated to go live beginning this fall. (more…)
Last week Sugarpova launched to an enthusiastic welcome, garnering all sorts of press mentions. Among the more high-profile ones were USA Today, which shared a bit of the behind the scenes, appearances on CBS This Morning and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and numerous blog posts.
Red Antler‘s stellar branding efforts were also noticed by Business Insider, in an article cross-posted at Yahoo!, that also mentioned Pixafy’s work in building Sugarpova’s site in Magento and WordPress, while also tying in Facebook Events directly into the site.
Sugarpova was one of the first clients to launch in our new Boston data center, which was more than ready for the throngs of fans checking out the site. The site remained fast and stable throughout the high-profile launch, a testament to Pixafy’s mission to fortify sites to withstand the traffic spikes that happen.