Amnesty International is a Nobel Prize-winning grassroots activist organization which undertakes research and action focused on preventing and ending grave abuses of human rights around the world. Since July 2006, Amnesty International Switzerland has used Plone for its multilingual (German, French, Italian, and English) website. It is based on the free add-on product BernArticle, and the sophisticated shop solution is a further development of PloneMall.
The Chicago History Museum chose Contextual Corporation and its partner SPR Inc. to help it relaunch its website on the Plone CMS platform 2006. Through 2009, Contextual has provided continued support, including Plone upgrades, integration with other sites and tools, and performance optimizations. This site launch was timed to coincide with the Museum's 150th anniversary reopening, rebranding (formerly the Chicago Historical Society) and with a blitz of advertising on radio, print, and the web (not to mention ads on the side of Greyhound buses all over Chicago.)
Columbia University is using Plone for a variety of projects, including as a course CMS in the Columbia Journalism School, which publishes the Columbia News Service, in the Dental School as an e-porfolio tool, and also as an internal rapid application development platform.
DISCOVER magazine, the leading popular science magazine in the US, hired Abstract Edge to create a new website that would be more compelling to its community and subscribers. This high-traffic site, developed on the open source Plone content management system, contains every article of every issue since 1992, categorized, related and searchable, and allows DISCOVER to take advantage of blogging, podcasting, photo galleries, and video technologies, and greatly facilitates the publication of the online magazine.
ECE at Rice uses Plone for its primary departmental website.
The Qt Software part of Nokia (earlier known as Trolltech) makes software frameworks to make the lives of software developers easier. Jarn built their website, intranet and collaborative project spaces for improved internal communication, all in collaboration with their internal tech-team whom we coached throughout the process.
The Nordic Council and the Nordic Council of Ministers is an intergovernmental forum for co-operation between the Nordic countries. It was established following World War II and its first concrete result was the introduction in 1952 of a common labour market and free movement across borders without passports for the countries' citizens.
Penn State's College of Business with the WebLion first migrated and launched on Plone 2.0.5 in July 2006, August 2006 brought a major site redesign and migration to Plone 2.5.1 which has garnered much attention from University leadership and has prompted other units and colleges to start adopting Plone as their CMS.
The Free Software Foundation (FSF), established in 1985, is dedicated to promoting computer users' rights to use, study, copy, modify, and redistribute computer programs. The FSF promotes the development and use of free software, particularly the GNU operating system, used widely in its GNU/Linux variant.
The Southeast Asia START Regional Center is the regional research node of The Southeast Asia Regional Committee for START (SARCS). Southeast Asia is one of the eight existing regions of the Global Change SysTem for Analysis, Research and Training (START) network, jointly initiated by the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP), International Human Dimension Programme (IHDP), and World Climate Research Programme (WCRP).