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About Dotnetnuke

Learn why we use the DotNetNuke Content Management System to power our client websites

What is a Content Management System (CMS)?

A Content Management System (CMS) is designed to allow users the flexibility to edit and manage a website with limited technical knowledge and a small amount of training.

We believe there are four characteristics that any reputable CMS should provide:

  • Ease of Use - Your CMS should not require specialised programming in order to fit into your organisation.
  • Content Flexibility - Creating, managing and editing content will be a common, if not daily activity. There should be an abundance of features that provide easy-to-use content management capabilities.
  • Content Security - Having controls over who can add, modify, or delete the content on your site is critical for content integrity and quality control.
  • Scalable and Modular - A good CMS should be able to grow with your organisation and offer modular expansion routes that fit your business needs.

Our preferred CMS platform is DotNetNuke.

What is DotNetNuke?

DotNetNuke is a professional open source CMS (Content Management System) platform built on Microsoft ASP.NET and favoured by many high street, public sector and blue chip companies in the UK and across the world.

We have been working with DNN for many years, we have experimented with alternative platforms but we believe DNN to be a far superior and powerful tool to build our websites with.

Who uses DNN?

DotNetNuke is the foundation for over 750,000 websites worldwide including high street stores and large enterprises. Some of the well-known companies that use DNN are:

  • Sports Direct
  • Tesco
  • The TrainLine

Do you provide training on how to manage my website?

We offer training sessions to our clients to enable them to effectively manage their website content using DNN. Our training sessions cover everything from editing static content to creating new pages and expanding the size of their website.

For most clients a training session of around one hour is all they need to gain the knowledge and skills to keep their website content fresh.

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