TMCnet Feature
May 31, 2012

DotNetNuke 6.2 Can Help Your Social Networking

By Katie Gatto, TMCnet Contributor

Did you ever think that you company could do better than a Facebook (News - Alert) page of its own? Did you ever want to think much bigger, and say create your own social network? If you did, but the idea of all of that coding and cost made it seem like too much hassle then there may just be a new solution to meet your needs. 

Today DotNetNuke released its DotNetNuke (News - Alert) (DNN) 6.2 product may be able to help you do just that. The company has created the foundations of a social network, one that can be adapted to meet individual organizations needs.

“Organizations of all sizes now have a powerful WCMS combined with robust social tools – all at an affordable price. Building an effective online community is a proven strategy to improve productivity and get closer to your customers.  With DotNetNuke, businesses now have the capabilities to deploy online social solutions much faster, that are fully integrated with their external and internal websites, without the high cost of customization associated with current enterprise offerings in the market,” said Shaun Walker, CTO and one of the co-founders of DotNetNuke Corp.

What are customers saying about the update to the system? Well one customer, Maggie Leithead, the CEO of CharityVillage, said, “As one of the most popular independent websites in Canada, we needed a web content solution that seamlessly supported a modern community model. We chose DotNetNuke because the social software on the market today wasn’t good enough on its own.  We would have had to bolt on point solutions to get the integrated community experience we now have for our members, combined with an easy-to-use content management system for our staff.  DotNetNuke is making us more efficient and allowing us to adapt faster to the needs of our community.”

An annual subscription for enterprise will set your company back about $2,499 a year.

Edited by Rich Steeves
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