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DotNetNuke Sponsors OASIS Web Experience Management Technical Committee

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  • 1/31/2012

CTO and co-founder Shaun Walker to play key role in defining international open standards for web experience management

San Mateo, Calif. – January 31, 2012 – DotNetNuke Corp. the global leader in adaptive web software that can be quickly and affordably leveraged to keep a business’ online presence relevant and effective, today announced that it is sponsoring and joining the Web Experience Management Interoperability (WEMI) Technical Committee, formed by the OASIS standards consortium. The WEMI Committee will be tasked with defining a simple domain model for delivering aggregated content into a total Web experience. When complete, WEMI’s domain model and abstract feature set will constitute an international open standard for Web Content Management and Web Experience Management systems. Co-founder and CTO Shaun Walker will represent DotNetNuke Corporation on the technical committee.

Beyond the domain model and the features set, the committee will also specify a default binding as a lightweight, resource-oriented, HTTP-based protocol that will be focused on ease of consumption from today’s web browsers, as well as server integration technologies. Based on the evolution of WEB and WCM into the mobile space, the WEMI committee will include a particular focus on small processing and network overhead.

“Businesses everywhere are challenged with the explosion of web content and the demand by their customers, partners and employees to engage in multiple channels,” stated Mr. Walker. “We are excited to be part of the effort to create the next generation of open interoperability standards that will simplify how businesses can adapt quickly and demonstrate greater agility in the future.”

DotNetNuke will join representatives from more than 20 other organizations on the committee, including Adobe, Ektron, SDL, and SiteCore. Once the WEMI committee has delivered OASIS standard, it will be maintained via minor ongoing revisions to clarify ambiguities, inconsistencies and errors. Issues against any standards delivered will be tracked and processed periodically.


About DotNetNuke
DotNetNuke software is used by developers, designers and business people to quickly build and easily maintain websites of all kinds. We are the number one Web content management solution and adaptive web solution in the Microsoft ecosystem – more than 700,000 websites have been deployed worldwide using our products. Our online store speeds up this process by offering more than 10,000 apps and add-ons that quickly and easily extend our product. Thousands of organizations like True Value, Bose, Cornell University, Glacier Water, Dannon, Delphi, USAA, NASCAR, Northern Health, and the City of Denver have leveraged DNN to deploy highly engaging business critical websites. There have been over 7 million downloads of our open source project, which fuels an active global community one million strong. The rapid growth of our commercial products resulted in DotNetNuke Corp. being named as one of the fastest growing private companies in America on the 2011 Inc. 500 list. Founded in 2006 and funded by Sierra Ventures, August Capital and Pelion Venture Partners, DotNetNuke Corp. is headquartered in San Mateo, California, with offices in Vancouver and Amsterdam.

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