The requirements on a WordPress development company are straightforward, and White Label Agency is here to deliver on them.

Here’s how we redefine the vocabulary for WordPress outsourcing as you know it, for the benefit of our digital agency partners.

 

01 Partner

/ˈpɑrtnər/

On top of all our priorities is our partners. We celebrate the success of our partners and help them grow. We love their creative designs, and the more we communicate, the better.

However, we also believe that good partnerships go both ways. We don’t bend over backwards for unreasonable clients, we just don’t. But we go above and beyond for true partners.

“I am very impressed working with your team at WLA, and I am looking forward to working with them again. They went above and beyond and were willing to work with me with every little detail my client needed.” //WLA partner

02 Reliable

/rɪˈlaɪəbəl/

We’ve been around the block, learned our lessons and found our identity. We are long-term partners to digital agencies who prefer to have a partner develop custom WordPress sites for them on a regular basis. That means we know what’s important to you, and how to code quality WordPress sites.

“We have clearly noticed the high quality of your developers’ work and that is something you just can’t beat. There is nothing worse than receiving a site that turns out to be double the work for us. You don’t make us feel like that and we appreciate it greatly.” // WLA partner

We also know our limitations. We haven’t diluted our value by trying to provide all services, and we don’t offer advanced web app development.

If we can do it – we’ll tell you so. If we cannot – we will tell you so. Our goal is to deliver on all projects, so you can trust that we’ll do it well, on time, and on budget. If we mess up on a fixed-price project, we eat the cost. Keeps us on our toes.

“We were so impressed by the last project that we’d like to discuss hiring a dedicated, part-time developer.” // WLA partner

03 Deadline

/ˈdɛˌdlaɪn/

In full disclosure, we missed six deadlines during 2017. All were in January, and due to the fact that we moved all our production to one office at that time. After those, we didn’t miss a single deadline during the whole year resulting in a 99% average on-time delivery. We are extremely proud of this result, especially considering the big improvement from our 2016 stats of 80% on-time delivery.

We learned the hard way that deadlines are important, and we will not forget it. Our processes were adjusted, the company culture changed, and we became a better development partner.

“He works so quickly my only problem is getting him more work fast enough lol :)” // WLA partner

04 Quality

/ˈkwɑləti/

When you trust a partner to develop sites for you, quality is important. You are putting your label on work done by someone outside your agency, and want to be sure it lives up to your standards.

Over the past 5 years, we’ve learned how to deliver a quality website, responsive so it works great on different browsers and devices, and easy to manage for your clients from the admin view.

“I’ve reviewed the site in detail and it’s really really great — I’m very pleased with the back-end of the site and how flexible everything is …please thank your dev team for me.” // WLA partner

Other important quality aspects are: compatible with WordPress updates, quick page loading speed, and solid code that enables you (or us) to extend the site with updates when your client requires it.

“Personally, I love this site and I think you guys did a great job given the complexity and working with what we gave you — please give your dev team my best and thank them for their hard work on this — I’m sure it wasn’t easy.” // WLA partner

05 Pixel-perfect

/ˈpɪksəl-ˈpɜrˌfɪkt/

It’s no secret that we’re big fans of coding custom WordPress themes. For multiple reasons, but pixel-perfect is definitely one of them.

By hand-coding every website and checking it against your design files in a two-stage quality assurance process, we make sure your websites look the way you envisioned them for your clients.

We have also learned that there are different levels of pixel-perfect. Most of our partners prefer our default “close-to-pixel-perfect” option, but we are happy to run double QA for those who think it’s worth the extra 10% or so.

06 Transparency

/trænˈspɛrənsi/

Unexpected costs kill profit margins on website projects. We know it, and we help you avoid them.

“OOOOOOOOOOYYYYYYYYAAAA[…]AASSSSSSSSS[…]SS!!!! Thank you!!![…]!!! That was my screams of joy!!!! Thank you! Thank you! Whew!” //WLA partner

We quote projects with fixed prices before we start, so you can know your margins beforehand. If you have additional requests during the process, that’s fine and we’ll quote them before we proceed. We also recommend our partners to have their clients sign off on designs before development, a practice most experienced agencies already have in place to prevent costly changes during the development phase.

07 Easy

/ˈizi/

Creative work and digital marketing expertise are the areas where you bring value to your clients. Not having back-and-forth discussions with developers, or chasing after various freelancers.

We’ve developed and refined a process that works smoothly for professional agencies, and we learn how every partner wants their eggs in the morning. Figuratively speaking.

Every first project with a new partner is a learning process, and we note down your preferences so you don’t have to repeat them for every project. Our goal is long-term collaboration, we actually make a loss on one-time clients.

08 Communication

/kəmˌjunəˈkeɪʃən/

Call us, email us, Skype us, invite us to your Slack channel. Invite us to your project management tool even.

Communication is key when working with a remote partner, and we want to make it easy for you. That’s why we communicate on your terms, and assign you a personal account manager to be your constant go-to person in our office. They have your back on all your projects as they flow through our development process.

“Her communication and support has been phenomenal.” // WLA partner about our account manager

09 White Label Agency

/waɪt ˈleɪbəl ˈeɪʤənsi/

White Label Agency was founded on the belief that digital agencies don’t need to code the websites they design for their clients. We work as their invisible partner, delivering quality WordPress sites on a regular basis from the design files they provide to us.

 

Contact us

/ˈkɑnˌtækt ʌs/

Do you need a white label partner coding WordPress sites for you on a regular basis?

Get on the chat, give us a call, or fill out a form and let’s find out if it’s a match.