We published a press release today announcing the DotNetNuke Fusion Partner Program. As it goes with press releases, we did not have much of a chance to elaborate about all of our new partners. I wanted to take this opportunity to say thanks to our new partners and tell you more about them. I also wanted to let everyone know we have a methodology for Fusion Partners to register opportunities and a process for non-partners to refer business to DotNetNuke Corp. and receive compensation for their efforts.
Fusion Gold Partners
PowerDNN and R2integrated are our first two Gold Fusion Partners. They have been key figures in the DotNetNuke ecosystem for years, and have had a major role in helping DotNetNuke Corp. as we launched the DotNetNuke Professional Edition earlier this year. Both of these partners have already sold a substantial number of Professional Edition subscriptions.
Fusion Certified Partners
ASC and Salaro are our first two Certified Partners. Salaro is based in the United Kingdom, just outside of London, and is a Silver Sponsor of DotNetNuke Corp. ASC is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner located in Las Vegas and was one of the first Fusion Partners that came aboard.
Fusion Registered Partners
DNN4Less is a hosting provider located in Southern California. Kiandra System Solutions is a Microsoft Gold Certified partner located in Melbourne, Australia and winner of Microsoft Worldwide Partner of the Year 2009 in the category of Custom Development Solutions. OS-Cubed is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, located in Rochester, New York. Sparco Computers is located in Tennessee and Washington DC, and is a GSA provider of DotNetNuke to Federal Government customers. Swanzey Internet Group provides website services and is located in Manchester, Massachusetts.
To all the partners that have joined the program, thank you very much for your support. To those many partners in the registration process, I look forward to writing about you in this blog soon!