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SDL Announces SDL Web MVP 2017 Award Winners

Award recognizes 23 'Most Valued Professionals' based on exceptional contributions to the SDL Web community

WAKEFIELD, Massachusetts and MAIDENHEAD, England, March 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

SDL (LSE: SDL) today announced its 2017 SDL Web Most Valued Professionals (MVPs) at the SDL Web Dev Summit in Delhi, India. This year the MVP Awards recognize 23 partners, customers and industry professionals who have demonstrated a passion for sharing their expertise on SDL Web, SDL's solution for global web content management (WCM).

The SDL Web MVP Program recognizes outstanding professionals who support the technical community with their expansive expertise and real world experience by providing best practices and objective feedback to help others implement and enhance SDL technology. In its seventh year, the program continues to help foster solution development in the Web community and drive innovation and best practices for the SDL Web solution.

"The SDL Web community is full of professionals who go out of their way to share experience, code and knowledge with other developers," said John Winter, Co-Founder, Content Bloom. "I am proud to be among this year's group of MVPs, who make this exclusive community such a powerful forum by driving conversations that allow members to learn from one other."

To receive the MVP Award, nominees go through an extensive selection process by the MVP panel. Nominees are evaluated based on the quality and impact of their contributions to the community over the past 12 months, across SDL Web social network sites, community extensions or personal weblogs. The MVP program has grown at a steady cadence over the past several years, with more nominees and MVPs each year.

"SDL understands that knowledge sharing between users can only be enhanced by its tools," said Quirijn Slings, Co-Founder, Trivident. "The openness of SDL Community members and their willingness to share their skills and expertise encourages learning and has motivated me to share my knowledge as well."

"We proudly support the SDL Web community and are thrilled to congratulate this year's MVPs," said Jim Saunders, Chief Product Officer, SDL. "SDL is dedicated to helping companies create exceptional web experiences for their customers and our MVPs play an important role in driving successful implementations for businesses around the world." 

SDL Web MVPs gain free attendance to all SDL sponsored events for the year, including an MVP retreat that brings winners together to collaborate with other MVPs. MVPs are also given access to all SDL software, product management and R&D resources and are invited to influence future product direction. 

For more information, please visit our website, or read our blog here to see a full list of this year's MVPs.

About SDL
SDL (LSE:SDL) is the global innovator in language translation technology, services and content management. Over the past 25 years we've delivered transformative business results by enabling powerfully nuanced digital experiences with customers around the world. Are you in the know? Find out why 78 out of the top 100 global brands work with us at SDL.com and follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

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