State of Enterprise WordPress 2023: A Survey of Enterprise Brands to Help Shape the Future of WordPress

WordPress has evolved from being a tool only for bloggers and sole traders to becoming a popular CMS for leading enterprise brands such as The Times and Vogue. Even NASA and the White House are among the 43% off websites using the power of WordPress.

To understand how large-scale organizations are using the platform, top enterprise WordPress agencies, such as WebDevStudios, are gathering data and insights for an upcoming report called State of Enterprise WordPress 2023, which will be published later this year.

About the Survey

The report will cover a range of topics, including budgets, publishing processes, custom functionality, and more. It will also highlight why enterprises choose WordPress, how they have extended it, and what improvements they would like to see.

State of Enterprise WordPress 2023 will provide a better understanding of the needs and requirements of enterprise organizations, and it has the potential to shape future features and updates of the platform.

This is a selfie photo of Brad Williams, CEO. He is wearing his famous Halloween pumpkin suit.
Brad Williams, CEO

“The State of Enterprise WordPress 2023 survey is an essential opportunity for enterprise WordPress users to share their experiences and help shape the future of the platform,” says WebDevStudios Co-Founder and CEO Brad Williams. “Enterprise WordPress user feedback will be invaluable in helping us to understand their unique needs and requirements. We can use this data to identify ways to improve WordPress. By participating in the survey, enterprise-level website agency clients can help to ensure that WordPress continues to be the leading CMS for enterprise brands for many years to come.”

Not only is Lisa Sabin-Wilson the Co-Founder and COO of WebDevStudios, but she is also the For Dummies™ brand (John Wiley & Sons Publishing) franchise author on all things WordPress. In an article on the WebDevStudios blog, Lisa writes that the reason she appreciates WordPress as a platform solution is because of its flexibility and extensibility.

This is a portrait of Lisa Sabin-Wilson, WordPress pioneer. WordPress for Dummies author, and Co-Founder and COO of WebDevStudios.
Lisa Sabin-Wilson, COO

“Clients in all industries benefit from the flexibility, ease of use, extensibility, and cost of the WordPress platform,” Lisa says, adding, “We have seen firsthand how it has made a difference for our clients in a variety of industry verticals, such as consumer packaged goods, technology, travel, education, nonprofits, and more. The fact that WordPress is open-source software with such a large and passionate community of developers is also a big plus because it is being constantly iterated on, improved, future-proofed, and secured by the web’s most talented development community.”

How to Participate

Enterprise WordPress website owners are encouraged to participate in the State of Enterprise WordPress 2023 survey and share their experiences. Feedback is essential to the success of the report and the future of WordPress. To participate, please visit soewp.com.


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