Take a look at what our customers have built with the Enonic platform.
The Norwegian Labor and Welfare Administration used Enonic and Next.js to migrate their massive site to a modern, headless architecture. Without compromising the editor experience.
Gearing towards the future, Bouvet decided to shift their approach to “show, don't tell.” They leveraged their website as a communication platform for their employees, instead of being a product catalogue—enabling their 1,350 coworkers to be bloggers in Enonic XP.
Required to comply with both regulation and user expectations, the Norwegian Directorate of Health aimed to deliver complex information from several sources through multiple channels to different users—in one solution.