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Well-known sites/brands that use ProcessWire?

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Hi guys,

I am working on a blogpost to convince customers in doubt that ProcessWire is right for them. The article is almost ready, but first only in german and will be published on my website soon. It will be translated after publishing.

One question that would be answered is "You have heard that ProcessWire is relatively unknown or not widely used" and I want to bring up some well-known brands as examples, that are using PW.

Right now I have this list, but they are not so well-known:

So, do you know any big names, that use ProcessWire as their CMS?

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This case convinced lots of clients over here, but it seems they moved to WordPress unfortunately.

Another case of a well known brand is Burger King (at least Poland and Italy) are using ProcessWire.

 

Edited by adrian
Fix link to Italian site
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Thanks, I added a few to the list. But I was looking for really BIG brands (like Nike, Porsche, etc.)

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1 hour ago, dragan said:

I'm quite impressed by https://canadabusiness.ca/

They built a full-blown REST server with ProcessWire: https://canadabusiness.ca/developer/docs/

And widgets too: https://canadabusiness.ca/developer/widgets/

Does anybody know who built this site?

Nice one :) Canada should be adrian's territory :D - I hope they hired him :)

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5 minutes ago, bernhard said:

I hope they hired him

I wish :)

Wasn't me, but it's great having an official government site on PW.

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7 minutes ago, kongondo said:

Nice find! I wonder if their software is also built using PW

It appears that it is built on PW and bootstrap.

[edit] Sorry. The site itself is PW. Not sure about their app software. Although I am working on a similar type application (workflow specific) entirely within PW, I don't see any reason they would use something different.

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5 minutes ago, bernhard said:

What tells you that this is PW? The /site/templates/ urls?

I don't know how @adrian got there in the first place, but we do know how to confirm (works in a lot of cases?) if it is a PW site :). Haven't you seen the test site by @teppo

 

5 minutes ago, rick said:

It appears that it is built on PW and bootstrap.

Wow. Hmm, couldn't tell if it was a SAAS solution or something else? I only had a brief look.

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