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.)
Six Feet Up rebuilt the College of Engineering website using the sophisticated and mature open source content management system Plone to deliver a "hub and spoke" system using Lineage and Resonate. The goal was to integrate all of the College's departments and research centers child sites, to greatly simplify content syndication, and to increase search engine rankings.
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.
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.
1-800-Company is a Limited Liability Limited Partnership founded by Lincoln International Services, Inc., established in 1908. 1800Company.com offers a complete line of business start-up services that assist entrepreneurs with the organization of legal structures. Forming corporations and limited liability companies, nationwide along side an entire line of tax and legal document services. You can trust 1-800-Company, LLLP to incorporate your business, prepare your initial tax status filings, obtain EIN numbers and provide you with corporate supplies. Organizational services are extended with products that help grow your business and keep you in compliance with local, state and federal laws. Business Licenses and permits, privacy and office services, corporate credit building programs and more.
A custom membership directory, built in Plone, is great for large associations like the 28th Judicial District Bar. Each member can keep their own profile up to date which cuts down on administrative time for managing a roster of 600 attorneys. Using Plone's fine-grained settings for roles and permissions, the public can now search and review attorney profiles based on areas of expertise or language fluency. The site also provides news, events and meeting minutes for members and helpful links in the Public Information Center. The home page highlights some interesting historical images in addition to a Historical Photo slideshow on the site.
3 Kings Environnemental was founded in 1994 by industry veteran Ron King. Ron’s experience, contacts and determination played an integral part in the development of the 3 Kings we all know today. The legacy static website was converted over to the Plone CMS for ease of management and monitoring. They provide· Demolition · Hazardous Material Abatement · Remediation · General Contracting · UST’s · Residential/Commercial Heating Oil Tank Decommissions · Environmental Consulting · Crushing · Excavating · Drop Box Service
501 Commons' mission is to boost the capacity of nonprofit organizations to thrive over the long term and effectively serve the community. We are a first stop for information on the best and most promising practices, and for referrals to local service providers. 501 Commons provides access to a broad range of high-quality consulting services through one organization. 501 Commons' services are kept affordable by engaging skilled professionals who donate their time and talents as consultants, advisors, and leadership coaches. 501 Commons' highly trained bookkeepers can help you manage your money, so that you can manage your mission. 501 Commons helps nonprofits advocate effectively, partner successfully, and learn from one another. 501 Commons creates programs, resources, and services to assist our philanthropic partners in meeting their goals. 501 Commons is a 501c3 tax-deductible nonprofit charitable organization and is a member of the Executive Service Corps Affiliate Network.
This site was created to manage sales, shipping and inventory of products that are sent out around the world using the GetPaid product for Plone. It integrates with UPS shipping, handles user registration, offers free and paid products, and generates all the reports needed to keep the business running efficiently.
Connecting the abortion care community, the Abortion Care Network (ACN) is the driving force behind the movement to de-stigmatize and normalize the abortion experience while offering support and training to the abortion care community. Founded from the merging of two abortion provider based organizations, the National Coalition of Abortion Providers and the Abortion Conversation Project, ACN has created a network of independent abortion providers, supportive allied organizations, and socially conscious individuals who are deeply invested in creating an environment where women who choose abortion, and those that provide care, are no longer harassed or shamed by the choices they make.