Internet² with TYPO3
United Internet, a leading European internet specialist, makes full use of squares and TYPO3.
With more than 25 million fee-based customer contracts and approx. 39 million ad-financed free accounts, United Internet is a leading European internet specialist.
Under popular brands as 1&1, GMX, WEB.DE, STRATO and IONOS, United Internet provides consumers and business clients with landline and mobile internet access products, as well as various cloud applications.
Thanks to its business relationships with millions of users, it has its ear close to the market. This often enables United Internet to anticipate customer wishes and trends, which it consistently transforms into successful solutions at a national and international level.
In 2021 the corporate website of the United Internet AG was relaunched from scratch. As the central design element, squares play an important role within the corporate identity of United Internet. They also ensure a clear recognition value on the website by appearing like a red thread in a wide variety of places, from very striking to very discreet.
The relaunch has once again shown how powerful, flexible and reliable TYPO3 is. Therefore, not only United Internet itself, but also its subsidiaries such as IONOS SE trust in TYPO3 and the igroup Internetagentur, which has hereby relaunched the website of the United Internet AG for the second time.
Compared to the previous website, the Jobs & Careers section has been significantly expanded and enriched with interfaces to Avature and SAP-SuccessFactors. The job offers coming from different sources are aggregated and displayed on an overview page, where they can be searched and filtered according to various criteria. On the detail pages, there are several ways to share a job posting, such as via Facebook, LinkedIn, or email.
The automated transmission and configuration of hundreds of news items also represents a significant part of the relaunch. These news items include corporate news, ad hoc news and brand news, some of which are fed into the website via RSS feeds.