Hi, we have over 2000 client benefit sites that have been built over the past 15 years. I would like to re-design them and bring their look current (currently they are table-based, ugh!).
We are thinking about starting with our top clients and new top tier clients and putting them on a WP multi-site install. My primary question is, is this the right thing to do?
An example of one of the current sites is http://www.filice.com/benefits/highwirepr
As you can see there is a lot of data the gets mapped back to each site, some of it generic (like required postings, etc.) and the rest is specific to that particular company and the benefits they have chosen. Obviously, every company is different, but what I'm looking for is a nice clean template that we can easily brand to each client, yet make the process of building out their site a bit more seamless than it is now ... well, actually it would be orders of magnitude more seamless.
This is a new project I have been handed from another dept. and I want to be sure I'm moving in the right direction before setting any of this up. Inheriting these old legacy sites, is a pain in some degree, yet it is a great opportunity for me to help bring us into the 21st Century with these sites.
I have built out several WP sites and HTML5 sites myself, so am not a newbie with WP, but I'm not an expert either.
Just looking for some advice and direction.
Thank you in advance for your help! :slight_smile: