WP Engine Launches WordPress Web Page Speed Performance Tool

WP Engine, a company providing WordPress web hosting solutions, has announced the introduction of their Page Performance solution. WP Engine’s web page speed performance tool will focus on delivering actionable insights for WordPress websites across its 47,000 customers and agency partners in 133 countries.

“The managed WordPress platform space has grown significantly over the last few years, with increasing adoption of WordPress among enterprises,” said Liam Eagle, senior analyst, 451 Research. “As WordPress pushes deeper into the enterprise, and consequently more complex sites, the need for services that optimize the performance of those sites has grown. With the launch of Page Performance, WP Engine becomes the first managed WordPress platform to offer a product that addresses this need with a web page speed performance tool integrated into the user dashboard, enabling customers to quickly make adjustments that improve the performance of their sites.”

wordpress web hostingWP Engine’s Page Performance solution would give WordPress website owners a detailed site speed report and actionable recommendations to solve for technical issues impacting digital business. With faster sites, they can reduce bounce rates, improve Google rankings, and increase visitor retention and boost conversions, while also improving customer satisfaction and protecting brand reputations.

Key benefits of WP Engine’s Page Performance solution would include:

  • Access to Key Metrics on Any Page with Report History to See Improvements Over Time. Report includes such metrics as cache-ability, render start, visitor complete, render complete and other data.
  • Actionable Recommendations with Rich Context including links to a library of support material enable users to make fast, significant, measurable impact to site performance.
  • Integrated into WP Engine User Portal to support developer workflow.

Founded in 2010, WP Engine is headquartered in Austin, Texas and has offices in San Francisco, California, San Antonio, Texas, and London, England.