Your competitive landscape is continually evolving
Your site should continually evolve, too. Our Continuous Care subscriptions help you maintain your site and respond to change as it happens.
Get more done
Free your team up for other things by supplementing your capacity and moving your digital strategy forward. We’ll set up a tight process that helps you maximize your subscription so we can all get more done.
We’ll help you define priorities and to make choices to future-proof your site. Then we’ll work within your available resources so your site’s most important needs are met first.
Four Kitchens’ expert team will monitor your website and keep an eye on updates so your site remains current and secure. We‘ll also be here in a pinch if you need us. Sleep well. We’ve got your back.
Continuous Care subscription plans
We’re flexible! You can move between our three plans month-to-month to calibrate the level of work that suits your needs.
Extend the life expectancy and raise the quality of your website with regular improvements over time.
Continually add and fine-tune features to your site.
Keep enhancing your most important tool and lifeline — your website — in innovative ways.
|Core CMS security updates *||✓||✓||✓|
|Module/Plugin security updates *||✓||✓||✓|
|Standard support hours||10, 15, or 20||25, 30, or 35||40, 45, or 50|
|Dedicated Project Manager||✓||✓||✓|
|Site monitoring alerts||✓||✓||✓|
|Site Health Check||✓||✓||✓|
|Technical Audit **||✓||✓||✓|
|Dedicated Technical Strategist||—||✓||✓|
|Strategic Review **||—||✓||✓|
|Choose-Your-Own Audit **||—||—||1|
|Monthly Subscription (by hours)||10 hrs: $2,995
15 hrs: $3,995
20 hrs: $4,995
|25 hrs: $6,995
30 hrs: $7,995
35 hrs: $8,995
|40 hrs: $10,995
45 hrs: $11,995
50 hrs: $12,995
Site must be hosted on an optimized server.
* Up to five hours per month.
** One per year.
Episcopal Relief & Development
You treat me like a human. I can come to you with a plain language description of a technical problem I’m having, and you answer in plain language. You don’t bombard me with terminology or make me feel bad because I sometimes need a simpler explanation.
—Tamara Plummer, Program Officer, US Disaster Programs