DNN Software

DNN Software

DNN Software (formerly DotNetNuke Corporation) is one of the most well known providers of commercial open source web content management platforms based on the Microsoft .NET technology stack. It offers both community and commercial editions of its platform.

DNN has evolved to offer Evoq, their commercial suite of content management and community engagement applications.

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HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
2006
Employees
89
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