WP Pusher is under new management!
Hi there! Keanan here, and I’m very excited to announce that I’ve acquired WP Pusher and its younger brother, Branch. As someone who’s been a WordPress developer since 2014, I’m excited to be able to help WordPress developers deploy their code more easily, no matter where they’re hosted, without having to resort to FTP.
For those of you wondering who I am, I've worked as a developer since 2014 on all sorts of sites hosted mainly on WordPress — everything from growing businesses like Chicago grocery stores and horse veterinarians in New Mexico, to independent filmmakers and non-profit organizations, to legacy publications like Women’s Wear Daily, Variety, Robb Report and Rolling Stone.
I’ve spent years speaking at meetups, conferences, and everything in between, mostly about how WordPress developers should embrace state-of-the-art developer tools created by those in our community to make our workflow easier. Git and an automated deployment pipeline, for instance, are two things I could never imagine going without. I’ve used GitHub Actions for my more complicated deployments in the past, but I also know a WordPress-specific solution is the way forward for anyone working in the WordPress ecosystem.
This is why taking the reins at WP Pusher is so thrilling to me. WP Pusher is solid, supporting a multitude of workflows and allowing you to deploy to every WordPress host in existence. And as a fellow developer, I’m overjoyed at the idea of helping WordPress developers deploy their code more easily, no matter where they’re hosted and without having to resort to FTP.
If you’re an existing customer and have loved your experience using WP Pusher prior to this acquisition, I want you to rest assured that we’re working closely with Peter Suhm for a seamless transition in maintaining the great customer experience that you've come to know and love. Please know that I am always available to address any and all of your concerns, and all it takes is a quick email to email@example.com.
I'm excited for the future of WP Pusher and, with your support, I’m looking forward to making one of the top WordPress deployment tools even better!
Keanan Koppenhaver, owner of WP Pusher