DNN, formerly DotNetNuke, unveiled DNN Evoq, a suite of applications designed to integrate social functionality such as blogs and customer comments into existing web sites. The suite also features a web-based user interface that provides a unified management console for creating and controlling web content, according to company officials.
“With this rebranding and new suite of applications, we have made it easier to add community elements to a web site and optimize it for user engagement,” Will Morgenweck, VP of Product Management, told Demand Gen Report. He added that interactive web sites can help companies acquire and retain customers, drive product innovation, improve customer service and reduce overall support costs. “A web site is the first place anyone goes to learn about your company.”
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