When you need your website to do stuff (i.e., enhanced functionality), should you use a plugin? or should you build it custom? or even a hybrid?
The answer: it depends.
There are benefits of using a plugin: offloading expense and responsibility for staying up to date, for one. But many of our clients don’t fit within the box. Their needs are so specific that an off-the-shelf plugin won’t get the exact function, the exact integration, the exact function they need for their specific business.
That’s where we come in.
We help organizations determine the best use case, whether installing a free or purchased plugin, using an open source plugin and customizing to fit a specific need, or building completely from scratch; and which direction makes the most sense from a business perspective.
We’re Code Conspirators, and we help organizations better leverage technology on both sides of the funnel.