Nexcess, a Southfield, a global managed ecommerce hosting provider, has introduced a new range of managed WooCommerce hosting plans. These new WooCommerce hosting plans would combine the performance of Nexcess’ Secure Isolated Platform (SIP) servers with “the power and elegance of one of the world’s most popular eCommerce platforms.
WooCommerce can support ecommerce stores ranging from single-product micro-stores to the largest retailers with multi-thousand-item catalogs.
Nexcess is introducing WooCommerce hosting plans that include shared web hosting, dedicated server hosting, and custom clusters for the largest ecommerce stores. WooCommerce managed hosting plans are available from Nexcess facilities across the US, Europe, and Australia.
“We’re selective about the applications we choose to specialize in because we invest a great deal into building the ideal hosting environment for each,” said Chris Wells, President and CEO of Nexcess. “Many of our clients have asked us to give WooCommerce the Nexcess treatment, and given the success of our Magento and WordPress hosting plans, we were more than happy to oblige.”
Nexcess’ WooCommerce ‘Secure Isolated Platform’ servers are built on the same technology as the company’s Magento hosting solutions. As an experienced managed WordPress hosting provider and expert in the ecommerce hosting space, Nexcess has applied its expertise to create a “high quality” WooCommerce hosting platform.
Nexcess SIP servers are built on enterprise-grade server hardware and a custom software stack engineered for low-latency WooCommerce and WordPress performance. SIP servers are security hardened, with nightly updates for critical system components, a custom configuration of PHP optimized for WordPress and WooCommerce, and an advanced software firewall configured for security and PCI compliance.
As a Southfield, Michigan-based managed ecommerce hosting provider founded in 2000, Nexcess has its data centers distributed throughout the United States, Europe, and Australia.