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We don’t like to pat ourselves on the back too much around here, but when our colleagues achieve something this great, we can’t help but share the good news!
SIX of our Sitecore experts have been named Sitecore Most Valuable Professionals (MVP). Perficient now has MVPs in three practice areas, including two of only three Cloud experts in the U.S. You read that correctly – two-thirds of the Sitecore Cloud MVPs in the entire country are right here at Perficient. How cool is that?
Our six (double the number from 2016!) newly named MVPs are:
Corey Smith – Lead Technical Consultant
Jon Upchurch – Senior Solutions Architect
Christopher Williams – Solutions Architect
Rick Bauer – Senior Technical Consultant
George Chang – Senior Solutions Architect
Stephen Tynes – Practice Director, Customer Experience Platforms
A little background: Sitecore’s MVP program recognizes individual technology, digital strategy, commerce, and cloud advocates who share their Sitecore passion and expertise to offer positive customer experiences that drive business results. The Sitecore 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.
Matt McGillen, VP of the Microsoft practice at Perficient, put it best:
“We’ve built our practice on the notion of going above and beyond expectations, from the creation of Sitecore Ignition – our own open source development accelerator – to our ability to deploy Sitecore seamlessly on the cloud with Microsoft Azure. The depth of our expertise and the addition of MVPs in Digital Strategy and Cloud reinforce our position as Sitecore’s top enterprise implementation partner and an industry leader in end-to-end digital solutions.”