A great year brought about by great customers
Our company has hit several big milestones this past year. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: we’re very proud of our history with PowerDNN and DotNetNuke, and we will continue to provide the best support in the industry for DNN — we’ve just grown so much we had to expand to meet the needs of our customers.
The year isn’t even over yet, and 2014 has already been huge for us:
- We had our tenth anniversary
- We’ve launched a great new site that goes along with ...
- Our name changed to Managed.com
- We’ve expanded our portfolio of offerings in WordPress, ElcomCMS, Drupal, and now nopCommerce
- We attended and spoke at conferences around the country
- We’ve opened our new datacenter in Amsterdam
- We’ve expanded leadership team
- And now we get to start November with DNNCon
The Return of the DNNCon Limo
We are proud to once again be a platinum sponsor of DNNCon.
This year, because demand has been so high, we’re bringing back our DNNCon Limo service
. It’s one of those rare times in life where something sounds too good to be true, but actually is.
If you’re attending DNNCon and landing at Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) on Thursday or Friday, November 6th and 7th, our team will be waiting to shuttle you from the airport to your hotel in a stretch limo. There’s absolutely no charge. It’s just one small way that we can give back to the DNN Community.
Demand has been great, so if you haven’t signed up for the #DNConLimo yet, take a quick moment to reserve your seat
! We’ll be waiting for you at the airport.
DNNCon — Come meet our team
Whether you’ve been a longtime customer of PowerDNN or this is your first time attending a large DNN community event, we’d love to see you.
Stop by our booth at DNNCon and meet the people who work so hard to give you the best support in the industry. Our goal is to make your life easier.
You’re more than welcome to ask us anything you want. We’re happy to tell you more about our name change
. Some of you may only know us as PowerDNN, but others know we have operated several successful brands alongside our great DNN services. WordPress, ElcomCMS, Drupal, Email Servers, Linux boxes, full-rack colocation — we support all of these offerings and much more. For a time, it made sense to keep these separate, but now we’ve merged all of these great offerings into the new site under the Managed.com name.
If you have any questions about the name change or our new offerings, we’re happy to talk with you.
You can also stop by our booth and talk with Kenn Dillard, our director of customer care. Kenn is the man who keeps our support team running as the finely tuned machine it is. Our support has always been good, but now it’s better than ever
. Ask Kenn how we did it.
We’re pleased to introduce the Community to our new Director of Engineering Patrick Sutton
. Patrick and his team are responsible for maintaining our global network. If you want to see something beautiful, take a look at Patrick’s cabling in one of our newest racks. Patrick has worked for Dell and architected some of the fastest supercomputers in the world — and now he takes care of our customers’ servers.
Our new Vice President of Global Sales, Tony King
, is looking forward to attending his first DNN event. A southern gentlemen by birth, TK has more than 30 years experience in sales, business, and management. TK and his Team will be on-hand to answer any questions about what Managed.com can do for you. Just want to find out what’s different about Managed.com? Want to know more about our on-boarding engineers? Ask TK.
If you’re working on a compliance issue, our Director of Marketing and Communication Jeff Hardy will be available to answer any questions you may have. Compliance is becoming increasingly important for developers, and we want you to feel comfortable to go after that growing market.
We’ll see you at DNNCon!
Whether you have questions about technology, hosting, our industry-leading support (now even better), our state-of-the-art network, our new on-boarding engineering team, or you just want to say hi to the team you interact with on a daily basis — we’d love to chat with you.
And if you have a DNN or infrastructure question that no one else can answer, our CEO Tony Valenti will also be at DNNCon. Tony knows more about DNN than anyone else, and he’ll be happy to put the full strength of his team toward solving your technology problems.
Our entire team is excited to see old friends and meet new people at DNNCon. Please, come talk to us. We love chatting with people who are passionate about technology and great websites.