Hey guys!!! It is that time of the year again when the atmosphere is joyous, the mood is upbeat and there is a festive spirit in the air. And as we prepare ourselves for the next year it would definitely be worth celebrating the year that has gone by.
2014 has indeed been a significant year for WisdmLabs. We have grown in numbers, expanded our expertise and have moved from strength to strength in terms of products and services.
Here are some of the things WisdmLabs has achieved as a company in the the year 2014
With nine of our free WordPress plugins already out there in the market we were prepared to launch our first premium plugin, and we did! We introduced Product Enquiry Pro for WooCommerce and we worked towards making it reach the end user. And hell! It was a sucess. Though we didn’t stop there. We continued as we launched nine more premium plugins with WooCommerce Moodle Integration, Instagram WooCommerce Integration and WooCommerce Custom Product Boxes being the highlight!
As we progressed with work we recruited more people too, slowly increasing in numbers.
With the increasing numbers in WisdmLabs it was time we moved to a bigger, better office.
We developed our expertise in various areas ecosystems like WooCommerce, Event Espresso, Gravity Forms, BuddyPress, bbPress and LearnDash. The makers of these plugins recognized us as experts. We now became certified WooExperts and Event Espresso Pros.
We achieved these great heights with hard work and a lot of support from the WordPress community. And we definitely thought it was time to give back. WisdmLabs actively contributed to various communities such as Stack Overflow, Stack Exchange, StudioPress and many others.
And just as we had thought about the WordPress community that help us grow, we thought about our employees too. We launched MVC – Most Valuable Contributor – an initiative to applaud our employees for their hard work, sincerity and perseverance.
It was indeed an eventful year. As we get ready to bring in 2015 we thank all you readers, as without you we wouldn’t have been encouraged to continue writing.
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