Customers - Publishing / Media

Sky New Zealand

Sky New Zealand is the leading subscription TV operator in New Zealand with more than 830,000 subscribers serving almost half of all New Zealand households.

The website is a great example of a seamless integration with Liferay.

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Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press is the largest university press in the world and the second oldest, founded in 1586.

The tastefully designed store sells a variety of children’s books and educational products.

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Cambridge University Press

Cambridge published its first book in 1584 making it the oldest publishing house in the world. Cambridge is now a global publisher publishing over 50,000 titles by authors from over 100 countries.

Cambridge have seamlessly integrated KonaKart in their user-friendly, responsive stores.

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Sony PlayStation

Sony PlayStation use KonaKart to sell their products internally to employees.

The storefront is based on the standard JSP / Struts2 KonaKart storefront and has been tastefully skinned to match the Sony PlayStation brand.

note 1 music

note 1 music gmbh markets and distributes around 70 renowned German and international labels in Germany / Austria, and provides representation for numerous labels in other markets.

The elegant store is a customisation of the default KonaKart Struts2 / JSP storefront.

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Flook is an innovative idea allowing you to personalize a multimedia book by your favourite author with your own photos, music, videos and words.

This is a good example of how the eCommerce functionality offered by KonaKart can be seamlessly integrated into an OpenCMS web site .

konst-ig books

Konst-ig is Scandinavia’s leading art bookseller, since 1994, specializing in architecture, art, design, fashion, graphic design, landscape architecture and photography.

The book store has been given a minimalist design matching the look and feel of the Konst-ig home page.


Sony launched the UK version of its Reader store in April 2012 and announced that the “Reader Store has an uncluttered design for effortless search and offers inspiration via the Features Titles and New Arrivals categories”.

They stock a growing catalog of around 100,000 titles available to download to the eReader. Newspapers are also available to download and can be purchased individually or by monthly subscription.