PackFlash Announces the Release of Constellation - An Integrated Module Suite for the DotNetNuke Content Management System

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PackFlash announced today that its integrated suite of products designed for the DotNetNuke (DNN) Content Management System called Constellation is commercially available on the DotNetNuke Marketplace, The suite of module products includes Events, Gallery, News, Video, Friendly URLs and SEO, Mega Drop down Navigation, Slideshow, and Comments/Ratings.

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Constellation is PackFlash's answer to the overall content marketing trend.

Today, PackFlash, a software development company in Chicago, released a suite of products called Constellation for commercial availability. The suite encompasses 8 different functional modules including Events, Gallery, News, Video, Friendly URLs and SEO, Mega Drop Down Navigation, Slideshow, and Comments & Ratings. Constellation is designed to work with websites that are built on DotNetNuke, the leading open source Content Management System for the Microsoft ASP.NET platform.

The Constellation suite of products is perfect for use on corporate websites, media sites, online magazines and newspapers, or membership organizations. The Constellation system is built to organize and display related content to website visitors in an effort to increase engagement.

Constellation delivers the ability to manage and display multilingual content by leveraging DotNetNuke's built-in localization functionality. After localization is activated through DNN, the PackFlash suite will automatically provide appropriate options based on the localization settings.

Constellation also provides unique functionality in the DotNetNuke marketplace by providing a common categorization scheme that is shared across modules. This allows all content and corporate information to be classified under the same organization structures. Blog posts, videos, seminars, press releases, news items, webinars, tradeshows, whitepapers, case studies, etc. can all be categorized together, related to each other, searched via a common interface, and displayed in common lists if desired. The ability to classify and relate disparate types of media and content is a core feature of Constellation and one that does not exist in other DNN modules.

Constellation makes it possible to accomplish a common search and navigation for the site. Search and navigation can be as specific or broad as necessary or filtered by specific categories. The administrator can choose what needs to be displayed at any time.

According to PackFlash CEO, Chris Risner, the release of Constellation is a milestone for PackFlash. "Constellation is PackFlash's answer to the overall content marketing trend. It provides the website administrators with the ability to manage many different types of content types. Then encourages them to re-use that content in many locations throughout the site in an effort to keep the website visitor engaged. The main focus of this activity is to keep the user on the site rather than leaving. This is critical to provide brand awareness and lead nurturing as well as enhancing SEO".

The Constellation suite of modules can be purchased through the DotNetNuke Marketplace on

To learn more about PackFlash products, visit the following links:

About PackFlash:

PackFlash is a developer of modules for the DotNetNuke Content Management System. Based in Chicago and founded in 2008, PackFlash produces superior, intuitive modules that push the functionality of the DotNetNuke CMS to new limits. For more information, please visit

About DotNetNuke Corp.

DotNetNuke Corp. is the steward of the DotNetNuke open source project, the most widely adopted Web Content Management Platform for building web sites and web applications on Microsoft .NET. Organizations use DotNetNuke to quickly develop and deploy interactive and dynamic web sites, intranets, extranets and web applications. The DotNetNuke platform is available in a free Community and subscription-based Professional, Elite and Elite Premier Editions. DotNetNuke Corp. also operates where users purchase third party DotNetNuke apps. Founded in 2006 and funded by Sierra Ventures, August Capital, and Pelion Venture Partners, DotNetNuke Corp. is headquartered in San Mateo, Calif. For additional information, visit

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