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Plone is one of the most popular open source content management systems (CMS).

Its features made it the ideal solution for collaboration portals, Intranet applications and institutional websites, with strong focus on collaboration, security, workflow, accessibility and usability.

Eurotux has a web development team providing content management solutions mostly based on Zope and Plone. Eurotux development solutions cover a wide range of customers, from institutional websites to large portals and enterprise intranets.

Websites developed using Plone share a common set of features:

Plone is a content system, highly flexible and modular, with a set of features that make it one of the best options for development of content management solutions for the web.

> Easy content management, providing a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) user interface

> Structured and full text search, including files content (e.g. .DOC, .PDF, etc)

> Customizable workflow for content publishing

> Granular security mechanism, based on permissions, roles, users and groups

> Out-of-the-box accessibility, compliant with conformance level Double-A of the W3C

> Internationalization, including i18n, l10n and support for multilingual content

> Integration with different data backends (SQL databases, LDAP, ActiveDirectory)

> Desktop Integration using WebDAV

References in the world

Nationally and internationally, Plone has a broad portfolio of large organizations that have adopted it as a platform for web content management. These include Brazilian and Mozambican governments, which make intensive use of the platform; several U.S. government departments and institutions (CIA, NASA); universities such as Yale University, Utah State and Penn State; multinationals such as Nokia, Novell, Honda; institutions such as Amnesty International, Oxfam, Free Software Foundation or the European Environment Agency. A more complete list of Plone websites can be found at the Plone Network.


Nowadays, the implementation of accessible solutions become vital, especially in the context of public services and organisms of central government, where there is a legal obligation to ensure accessibility by citizens with special needs (Council of Ministers Resolution No. 155/2007 DR No. 190, Series I, October 2nd).

The Plone community relies on hundreds of programmers who contribute to the development of Plone and thousands of additional packages (add-ons), taking advantage of its high extensibility.

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