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Shiny new Royal Copenhagen

More than 230 years in business, now with a brand new digital identity and online strategy

Royal Copenhagen

You’ll find a lot of eye candy and rich functionality and most importantly web standards and accessibility features throughout. Apart from the usual annoyances associated with a CMS and .NET I’m really satisfied with the final front-end result.

The entire solution, delivered by Creuna Danmark A/S, is based on Sitecore CMS with an integrated Microsoft Commerce Server to handle the product catalogue and potential online shopping.

Check out Royal Copenhagen, it has beautiful images!



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