DotNetNuke Announces Global Partnerships With Microsoft Gold Certified Partners to Accelerate Design & Delivery of Adaptive Websites for Agile Businesses
DotNetNuke Corp., the global leader in adaptive web software that keeps a business’ online presence relevant and effective, today announced new partnerships with leading Microsoft Gold Certified Partners from around the world who specialize in web development and design. Microsoft Gold Certified Partners have special access to tools and support from both Microsoft and DotNetNuke that enable them to design, build and deploy commercial-grade websites that can quickly adapt to new opportunities on the Web. New DNN partners include: Iowa based Infinite Computing Systems, Australia-based SSW and Wisconsin-based Yahara Software. All three partners have demonstrated a high level of ASP.NET and DotNetNuke competency with successful implementations across a variety of industries.
DotNetNuke’s expanding network of certified channel partners includes expert organizations in all major markets in North America, Western Europe and Australia. Certified partners have the ability to bundle DotNetNuke commercial software on projects, simplifying the purchasing process for organizations that need ‘one stop shopping’ for both software and services.
“Our customers depend on us to build websites that enhance their brand and their business,” said, Rick Barchard, director of sales for Infinite Computing Systems of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. “Our clients sites are easy to keep current and most importantly, help them compete in their markets. We standardized on DotNetNuke because it is the most robust, extensible and supported platform for Microsoft. There are thousands of modules and designs available on the DotNetNuke Store, giving us the ability to build commercial grade, easy to manage sites and deliver them quickly.”
“SSW has been using DotNetNuke for more than 8 years to build interactive websites that enable our clients to attract new prospects and convert those prospects into clients,” stated Marlon Marescia, sales manager for SSW. “What we l ove about DotNetNuke is the way we can extend it to do almost anything our clients require; whether something simple like adding a form to capture a visitors details or building an online service to help people sell their house quickly and efficiently.”
“We are very excited to ramp-up our level of commitment to the DotNetNuke platform,” stated Bob Vanden Burgt, principal and co-owner of Yahara Software in Madison, Wisconsin. “Over the past five years, our team has successfully leveraged the robust and flexible DNN framework to provide our clients with innovative solutions for rich media delivery, commerce, financial analysis, transportation and healthcare. The amazing global DotNetNuke community continues to flourish while the corporate team provides responsive technical direction and market insights. For a Microsoft Gold development company, building business solutions with DotNetNuke is like having your cake and eating it too.”
“We’re building one of the strongest partner channels in the industry,” stated Bob Cortale, senior vice president of sales for DotNetNuke Corp. “Our partners choose DotNetNuke for the flexibility and extensibility of our platform, along with the price/performance advantage they can pass along to their clients. The end result is that our partners help our mutual customers get to market faster at highly competitive prices. And our customers can then adapt quickly to new business opportunities like mobile and social without wasting time and money reworking their web platform.”
DotNetNuke (DNN) is the global leader in adaptive web software that keeps a business’ online presence relevant and effective. DNN is the number one content management system in the Microsoft ecosystem that powers more than 700,000 websites worldwide. Cloud-ready and mobile friendly, the recently announced DotNetNuke 6.1 release makes it even faster and easier to build and deploy robust, flexible, secure websites that are simple to update for business people and content owners.