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Case study

Saniona

From WordPress to Umbraco

https://saniona.com/

Saniona is a research and development company focused on drugs for diseases of the central nervous system, autoimmune diseases, metabolic diseases and treatment of pain. With Saniona's 2016 launch on the Nasdaq, it was important that their website could easily and seamlessly present relevant investor and trading information. See how WebVision did the job, they'll tell you:

Skills used

  • Umbraco Cloud

Sector

  • Pharmaceutical

Partner doing the case

What we were challenged to solve

Saniona's existing website was built on a WordPress template, which limited design, performance and implementation of Nasdaq press releases, charts and content.

We, WebVision moved Saniona to Umbraco Cloud in order to free the site of such limitations, and ensure that important shareholder and financial information could be presented in a manner that communicated sophistication, quality and professionalism.

How we solved it

The project requirements were sent to our designer, who could design freely without sticking to a theme. The completed designs were passed to our front-end developer and finally everything was implemented in Umbraco CMS.

With Umbraco Cloud we could make something unique on a professional platform, and found it raised the bar in quality and stability over the previous free-theme site. This was important for Saniona and their position in the market.

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What we gained from it

A fully editable website that can be updated easily by the Saniona staff in real-time alongside market activity.

The site enabled pixel perfect implementation of custom design.

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