Before we switched to using Kentico in 2008, we were primarily building sites on Sitefinity. We wanted to find a more reliable and bug-free .NET alternative, along with a platform that would provide us with more support. This meant we could focus on building great websites and solving client problems, rather than worrying about features, fixes, and issues.
The benefits of partnering with Kentico
Kentico’s transparent licensing model has allowed us to scale up our business, with more than 200 websites being built on the platform within five years. Some of the advantages include active support for partners, regular events, regular phone account catch-ups, support in the sales cycle, and solid sales documentation, e.g., battle cards.
We are very excited about Kentico’s strategy. We believe it will allow us to evolve our offering in line with the evolving nature of our clients’ businesses while keeping pace with emerging technologies.
Kentico signaled a turning point in our business trajectory, allowing us to move from a primarily small business focus into the SME space and now into the enterprise sphere. Some of the results we have achieved during this time are detailed below:
in average project size since moving to Kentico in 2008
in revenue since 2008
in the first five years with Kentico (2008-2013)
"Since we launched back in 1999, we’ve seen a lot of CMS platforms come and go. Before we partnered with Kentico nearly a decade ago, we had tried a range of different platforms but Kentico has stood out as the one that has really proven to be a good fit for our business over that time. Kentico has been instrumental in allowing us to elevate our business to the point where we now have more than 40 staff across six locations and a portfolio that includes some of the biggest names in the Australian government, retail, and corporate sectors."
Projects by partner
Clipsal Virtual Smart Home
With retail increasingly transcending the showroom, Clipsal needed a way to demonstrate its new Wiser Smart Home product range to customers through 3D visualisation. The result was a virtual experience that has laid the foundation for an immersive platform to launch future product ranges.
Oct 5, 2021
Churches of Christ
Churches of Christ is a provider of aged care, homecare, retirement living, foster care, youth and family services, and social housing services. In an endeavour to bring more clarity and customer-centricity to the site, Churches of Christ engaged Luminary to lead a digital transformation.
May 16, 2022
BM RentCover educates potential policyholders about the value of aligning with a specialist landlord insurance provider and currently protects more than 150,000 rental properties across Australia. It was seeking a new website to better reflect the culture and values at the heart of the business.
Jun 13, 2019
• Site of the Year Finalist
NGS Super is the leading Australian industry super fund for those in non-government education, mutual finance and community organisations. This project involved a complete digital replatform, with a deep discovery and customer journey mapping phase to provide a foundation for digital innovation.
Dec 5, 2018
GS1 Australia is the leading provider of standards and solutions for over 20 industry sectors, having introduced barcoding to Australia in 1979. This project was a migration from Ektron to Kentico 10, including the development of a mobile site.
Allnex is a global manufacturer of industrial coating resins. The company has over 4000 staff and is headquartered in Frankfurt, Germany. It produces products for more than 90 industries. The company’s website needed to provide an interactive listing to showcase more than 1400 products.