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CIGNEX Datamatics Employee Wins Liferay Community's Top Contributor Award for Q2, 2014

SANTA CLARA, California, September 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

CIGNEX Datamatics, a leading provider of enterprise Open Source solutions, announced that one of its employees, Pankaj Kathiriya, has been awarded the "Top Contributor" award  in Q2, 2014 (April-June). This is on account of his valuable help to the 100000+ member strong Liferay community. Additionally, Pankaj has published a LoginTrack app in Liferay marketplace and has actively been disseminating knowledge through forum posts and blogs.

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 "We congratulate Pankaj on winning this award and sincerely appreciate the overall contribution of CIGNEX Datamatics employees in the Liferay community ecosystem which include 5000+ forum posts and 7 books authored on Liferay," said James Falkner, Community Manager of Liferay, Inc.

Presently, two CIGNEX Datamatics employees are ranked as "Legends", the top tier of the Liferay Community ecosystem, six employees are ranked as "Masters" along with several "Experts" who have collectively published 10 useful apps available free of cost in the Liferay marketplace.

Amit Babaria, President - Americas and co-Founder, CIGNEX Datamatics said, "As a company dedicated to Open Source solutions, we consider it a great honor that one of our employees has won the coveted Top Contributor award. It reinforces our deep engagement with the Open Source Community. In the past, we have also been awarded the Liferay Community Excellence award for three years straight - 2011, 2012 and 2013. We will strive for more such achievements in the near future."

About Liferay 

Liferay, Inc. is the leading provider of enterprise open source portal and collaboration software products, recognized by Gartner in the Magic Quadrant and used by Fortune 500 companies worldwide. Liferay, Liferay Portal, and the Liferay logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Liferay, Inc., in the United States and other countries.

About CIGNEX Datamatics (www.cignex.com): CIGNEX Datamatics (subsidiary of Datamatics Global Services Ltd.) is the global leader in Open Source enterprise solutions - Portals, Content, and Big Data Analytics. With more than 13 years of experience, over 450 enterprise implementations, CIGNEX Datamatics has vast experience in enabling enterprise clients to address their technology and business needs through its cost effective, customized Open Source solutions.  CIGNEX Datamatics is headquartered in Santa Clara, USA, and has 22 offices across nine countries.    

For more information, please contact:
Nirav Shah
Sr. Director, Marketing & Corporate Communications
CIGNEX Datamatics, Inc.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +1-408-327-9900 x505 

SOURCE CIGNEX Datamatics Technologies Pvt. Ltd

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