Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 06, 2014
Bluetube CEO Grant Davies has been awarded the esteemed Sitecore MVP award, an achievement for outstanding technical and community contributions to the global leader in customer experience management software, Sitecore. As a “Technology MVP”, Grant Davies’ superb attention to Sitecore technical detail and continued involvement within the Sitecore community through speaking and engagement opportunities on technical topics have been recognized and awarded.
With only 120 MVPs being honored across 18 countries worldwide, becoming an MVP is a rare feat. Alongside the developer benefits MVPs get access to, including access to private MVP forums and technical resources that includes early access to new Sitecore releases, the MVP award is a badge of honor that allows clients to recognize that the company and individuals they are dealing with are knowledgeable of every in and out of Sitecore.
“Sitecore has been the primary customer experience management software used by Bluetube,” said Grant. “Giving back to the community and introducing Sitecore to as many clients as possible feels natural, given how much Sitecore has helped us grow our business. Sitecore has been the primary customer experience management software used by Bluetube, and we’ve used it to pioneer those experiences on mobile, as well as web. The results from our customers have been unbelievable. ”
Bluetube has done several high-profile, professional Sitecore installations and upgrades within the past year, including several internal applications for Kimberly Clark, the High Museum of Art, the Woodruff Arts Center, and the New York Philharmonic. To view some of Bluetube’s Sitecore work, please visit our portfolio here.
Bluetube has been at forefront of mobile and web design and since our founding in 1999. Bluetube seamlessly blends user experience and technology for enterprise mobile, tablet, and web. Bluetube has provided strategic solutions and thought leadership for customers such as CNN, Ford, Toys “R” Us, the Kennedy Center, and the New York Philharmonic.