|By Business Wire||
|February 5, 2014 11:09 AM EST||
POSSIBLE, a WPP Digital company, today announced that Tamas Varga, global director of Sitecore Service has been named a “Technology Most Valuable Professional (MVP)” by Sitecore, the global leader in customer experience management software, and a POSSIBLE technology partner. Tamas Varga was one of only 107 people worldwide to be named a Sitecore technology MVP this year.
Now in its eighth year, Sitecore’s MVP program recognizes individual technology and digital strategy advocates who share their Sitecore passion and expertise to offer positive customer experiences that drive business results. The Sitecore Technology MVP Award recognizes the most active Sitecore experts from around the world who participate in online and offline communities to share their knowledge with other Sitecore partners and customers.
“The fundamental philosophy of our agency is always asking ‘Does it Work’ for any the work we do for our clients. Sitecore is a platform that is extremely complementary to this philosophy for its reliability, flexibility, e-commerce, “ says Shane Atchison, Global CEO of POSSIBLE. “Having been a Sitecore MVP since 2010 and Sitecore Certified Instructor since 2009, Tamas has exemplified an elite level of expertise bringing this technology platform to our clients globally.”
POSSIBLE has been a Sitecore Certified Partner since 2006. In the past 8 years, POSSIBLE has delivered nearly 100 international projects across Europe, in the USA and also in Australia. Two solutions won Sitecore Site of The Year in 2009 and 2012. POSSIBLE has references in large scale multi-site & multi-language solutions, as well as expertise in implementing central a content management system for television channels. Customers include Canon Australia, J.D. Byrider, Elavon, Univerity of Idaho, Babcock & Wilcox Vound, The FatDUX Group, Carrefour Romania (e-Commerce), Chello Media Central and Eastern Europe, Hungarian National Television.
“We are grateful for the impressive contributions that Tamas Varga has made to the Sitecore community,” said Lars Fløe Nielsen, Co-Founder and Senior Vice President, Technical Marketing, Technical, Sitecore. “Tamas Varga has demonstrated mastery of our technology and matches our employees’ enthusiasm for enabling marketers to own the experience for every customer and prospect that interacts with their brand. This year, we look forward to working with our MVPs to power personalized, relevant, high impact experiences for some of the biggest organizations and brands around the world.”
Sitecore’s experience platform combines web content management, marketing automation, email marketing, social media, e-commerce, optimization, and analytics into a single, unified platform. The platform is incredibly easy to use, capturing every minute interaction – and intention – that customers and prospects have with a brand, both on a website and across other digital channels.
POSSIBLE is a creative agency that cares about results. We back up every idea with real-world insights to create work that makes a difference—and makes a measurable impact.
On paper, POSSIBLE is 25 offices spanning five continents. In practice, we are 1,100+ people offering local expertise to some of the world’s most dynamic brands. These include Microsoft, P & G, Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, AT&T and Coca-Cola. POSSIBLE is part of WPP Digital; for more information, visit www.POSSIBLE.com, or follow us on Twitter @POSSIBLE, on Facebook.com/POSSIBLE and LinkedIn.com/company/POSSIBLE.
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