The full ‘DNN / DotNetNuke State of the CMS Report’ is here

24 October, 2013 CommunityDNNDotNetNukeSocial MediaSoftwareTechnologyUser GroupWindows

Download the full report to find out all of the new insights made into the CMS you use


The PowerDNN Team has been working for months on this project, and we couldn’t be more excited to share the full “DNN / DotNetNuke Sate of the CMS Report” with the DNN community.

We’ve crunched the numbers, we’ve done the research, and our team put in hundreds of man-hours to make this the most detailed and complete study of its kind.

And we’re making the full report public to benefit the entire DNN / DotNetNuke Community.

It’s easy to think that you know a product through and through when you work with it every day.  But even still, we were completely surprised by some of the results and we think you will be, too. For example, we were shocked to discover who the most satisfied DNN / DotNetNuke user type was … and who was the least satisfied.

The full report has an enormous amount of information in it on DNN and the DotNetNuke ecosystem as a whole. Here are a few items you’ll find within:

  • A full analysis of our survey methodology and results
  • A breakdown of project scope and project size
  • Why and when even dedicated users decide NOT to use DNN / DotNetNuke
  • User perceptions of platform strengths and weaknesses
  • Recommendations by the authors on how to fundamentally change the course of the platform based upon real data

Download the full report. Read it. Speak up in our comments section below. Use #PDNNReport in your tweets to discuss it. Join the community to make suggestions. Put our research and data to work for you and your business. And as always, if you have any questions, we’re always glad to help.

Download the unabridged “DNN / DotNetNuke State of the CMS Report” here.


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