What is most impressive about the Pantone corporation is that it has managed somehow to keep itself in design despite the fact that Pantone ink products were largely made redundant more than 20 years ago. While high-end print jobs for corporate customers might still use a special ink like P16-1546, especially if it is the customer’s branding colour, most of the usefulness of these inks was left behind when four-colour printing became cheap.
Prior to that, you might have chosen two-colour printing (black and a special) to get a colour effect while being able to run your job on a less expensive two-colour press. I worked on such jobs. Those days are long gone.
Moreover for web work, Pantone has no relevance whatever. Selecting colours for CMYK printing or RGB digital using Pantone swatches is a conceit which causes real problems in output because to a greater or lesser extent depending on the individual Pantone number, no Pantone ink swatch colour is exactly reproducible in CMYK or RGB. That was always the point of using them.