The Company Since launching in 2008, GradConnection has grown to receiving over 10,000 visits every day from graduates, and nearly half of all university students in Australia use GradConnection to find their first job. Success didn’t come overnight though, and not without help – Anchor worked closely with GradConnection to ensure the reliability and performance of their online business.
I trust the team at Anchor more than any other systems administrators I’ve ever worked with” Tom Preston-Werner – Co-founder, GitHub The Company GitHub is all about collaboration, Social Networking meets Source Code Management. Since bursting onto the scene in 2008, they’ve grown to over two million users and hosting over three and a half million repositories of code.
We provide the online community engagement presence for our clients, and as such we need to ensure that their sites are available and functioning 24/7. It is also very important that we capture all of the participation activity and have analytics available to our clients from across the globe at all times.” Karthik Reddy – CTO, Bang The Table.
The Company With over 15 years of retail experience under their belt, most would firmly consider Games Paradise — Australia’s leading board games retailer — to be a bricks and mortar company. You might then be surprised to learn that with thousands of products available and a loyal customer base, their online Magento store receives over 100,000 hits a month, and accounts for almost half of their overall sales. Games Paradise turned to Anchor to ensure they could deliver a smooth and easy shopping experience for their customers even during the busiest times of the year.
I’ve been working with the Anchor team for over seven years and been impressed with their technical ability and understanding of just how important a website is to an online retailer – it isn’t just part of our business, it is our business. Over the years they’ve been able to accurately scale and grow out the infrastructure in a way that has really supported our business.” Steven Traurig – Director, Booktopia