One of the most popular open-source content management systems – Umbraco is the perfect platform for websites of all shapes and sizes. Umbraco, built on Microsoft’s .NET framework, is chosen by thousands of organisations, businesses and developers alike, for its superb editor experience, development flexibility and extensibility.
As an Umbraco partner agency, we have been developing on the CMS for over eight years. With this level of experience and expertise of the platform dating back to Umbraco version 4, there's not a lot of use cases or development scenarios we haven’t encountered. Whether you need someone to design the website that pushes your organisation to the next level, or looking to find a partner who can help support your existing solution, we’ve got you covered.
One of the main reasons to choose Umbraco as the CMS of choice for your next website, is its ability to be used for a range of applications. Umbraco is the perfect choice for small brochure-style websites through to fully functioning enterprise software with API integrations and payment solutions, as well as everything in between.
Umbraco (or umbrako) is the Danish word for Allen Key, and we couldn’t think of a better way to describe the software. Its ability to be extended and scaled up means that when your business changes so can your website, without the need for a complete rebuild. Because it lives within the Microsoft eco-sphere of .NET, it can seamlessly integrate with a range of APIs and 3rd party platforms that your business may rely on.
A content management system should make the life of your editors easy. Umbraco’s core development team has focused extensively on this for Version 7 and Version 8 making improvements across the board. At Northern Wolf, we have a complete focus on user experience and feel that the editor experience is just as paramount. The flexibility Umbraco offers, allows us to tailor the Umbraco back office specifically to yours and your website’s needs.
You're in charge of your content, and your CMS is just the vehicle, it shouldn’t restrict what you can, or can't do – and Umbraco certainly doesn’t!