Plone Case Studies
The Participate Project, which aims to explore convergence in pervasive, online and broadcast media to create new kinds of mass-participatory events in which a broad cross-section of the public contributes to, as well as accesses, contextual content - on the move, in public places, at school and at home.
Use The Key is one of Isotoma's most successful Plone implementations to date. Without the power and flexibility of Plone we wouldn't have been able to achieve a project of this scale and complexity ready as quickly and to the standard we did.
Houston Community College gets a user-friendly system that Windows-trained administrators are comfortable maintaining.
The National University of Cordoba (UNC), Argentina, recently launched its new institutional website built on Plone 3. This project results from a close collaboration between the University development team with the support and assistance from Menttes, a local software development company.
The New Mexico Consortium integrates the strengths of New Mexico's research universities and builds strategic connections with scientific institutions throughout the world in order to support and promote scientific research and education in the state. It is owned and managed by the three New Mexico Universities: New Mexico State University, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology and The University of New Mexico.
The UPC BarcelonaTech website is an attractive forum for the whole university community, with internationally-recognised accessibility features.
Enfold Systems helps the University of Louisville with a rollout of more than 150 Plone sites, producing benefits for content managers, marketing and IT.
Effective Web content management remains a painful problem for many institutions of higher education. Old methods and tools used in maintaining static web sites are costly and inefficient, and the quality of content is often poor. Content management systems (CMS) offer solutions, but do you buy or build? And how to get buy-in from independent-minded academic units? How are new systems and capabilities integrated with the CMS?