When Adobe announced an end-of-life (EOL) date for its popular Business Catalyst content management system (CMS), it left a number of website owners looking for a new place to host their sites.  

Dr. Capucine van Rechem, who runs Van Rechem Lab at Stanford University, was one of those site owners. Her lab website, which is used for publishing research and attracting new employees, had been built on Business Catalyst, and with the EOL announcement, she started looking for a fast, simple way to migrate to a new CMS without missing a beat.

Rather than handle the migration process herself, van Rechem looked to WP Engine and WordHerd, a professional migration company that specializes in moving content over to WordPress, for help. Together, WP Engine and WordHerd made the migration process straightforward and simple, leaving van Rechem with an easy-to-use website running on WordPress.

Read the full case study to find out how Van Rechem Lab, WordHerd, and WP Engine worked together to seamlessly migrate the lab’s website from Adobe Business Catalyst to WordPress.