At ILGM, we want to make sure your site is taking advantage of the best, most up-to-date technology possible. That’s why we’re announcing our shift to a new server environment, where you’re our number one priority, and we take WordPress performance to the edge.
Today we’re excited to release WooCommerce 3.4 into the wild! 3.4 is a “minor” release; this version should be backwards compatible with sites running versions of WooCommerce greater than 3.0. We do of course recommend ensuring your extensions and themes are compatible before upgrading, and making backups for peace of mind–see this handy guide for more details. For those on the Website Care Plan: If a problem is seen after the update and the problem is due to the update itself, we will attempt to resolve the problem. If the problem takes more that 30 minutes to resolve, you will be invoiced at our normal hourly rate. For those on the Business Continuity Plan: Before any updated are preformed, we will clone your existing site and make all the necessary updates for testing. No charge, worry free updates! If a problem is seen after the update and the problem is due to the update itself, we will attempt
Chosen from hundreds of possible companies throughout the United States, Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) selects ILGM, Inc. a full service Web Design & Development company based in Tampa, Florida to design, host and maintain their newest Web Application and E-Commerce project.
With the majority of our clients already moved into the new platform, we wanted to offer you a $500 credit* to get your website redesigned and moved into our customized WordPress platform. Let us do the work for you!
Starting July 1st, 2017 will be be raising our hourly rates. It’s the first time we’ve reviewed our hourly rates in 15 years! We know rate increases are never popular, of course, and we’ve tried to delay this increase for as long as we can (much longer than most other companies!). We all gathered together and discussed what the best plan of attack should be to help compensate for the inflation in technology and internet security that is required of professional design companies of today. Should we raise our monthly subscriptions rates? Should we charge for support & training, or should we force clients into “day-rates” or even worse, fixed monthly design retainers just to start projects (all typical of most design companies)! Nope, after much deliberation we all agreed that if we just raise our hourly design & development rates by a small amount, we would have all our bases covered. Here’s what’s changing: