This acquisition follows the recent launch of Elementor Cloud Website, a new cloud offering which includes a drag-and-drop builder and WordPress web hosting in a unified service. Elementor will leverage Strattic’s static rendering technology to expand its hosting capabilities and focus on offering solutions to challenges faced by millions of WordPress users.
Bringing Strattic to Elementor will make it possible for Web Creators to benefit from an all-in-one platform for building, publishing, and running stable and reliable, high performance, secure websites, at scale. These combined approaches will provide Web Creators with the tools they need to succeed, while at the same time, facilitating Elementor’s ongoing growth plans.
Yoni Luksenberg, CEO of Elementor says, “Strattic’s technology, reputation, talent and established market position as the leader of static hosting technology in the WordPress space will allow us to offer the benefits of static hosting to our entire user base, while also providing a platform for hosting high performance large-scale websites – all in a single offering. This acquisition means our creators’ websites will always scale for traffic and perform under load, with no need to provision servers ahead of a big campaign”.
“This acquisition supports our vision to empower the world’s Web Creators. I am excited to welcome our new colleagues and customers, and look forward to continuing to grow Elementor’s product offering in the future”, Luksenberg continues.
“Following a phenomenal four years of building out a world-class product and providing our users with the best static and headless WordPress solution possible, we are excited to be joining the Elementor family where we can continue to solve the biggest challenges facing WordPress users, while helping support WordPress’ continued position as the CMS of choice for years to come. As a global leader in website building for WordPress, there could be no better partner than Elementor”, says Miriam Schwab, CEO of Strattic.
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