Multiple Connective DX Team Members Win Sitecore “Most Valuable Professional” Award

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Elite distinction awarded for exceptional contributions to the Sitecore community

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“We’re honored to see Kam and David recognized as Sitecore MVPs again this year and to add Jeff Darchuk to the list as well,” said Brian Payne, VP of technology at Connective DX.

Connective DX, today announced that three of its team members have been named “Most Valuable Professional (MVP)” by Sitecore, the global leader in experience management software. Those team members are:

  •     Kam Figy, solutions architect/.NET/Sitecore developer, three-time Sitecore MVP
  •     David Peterson, senior software engineer, two-time Sitecore MVP
  •     Jeff Darchuk, senior software engineer, first-time Sitecore MVP

Only 177 people worldwide were named a Sitecore Technology MVP this year. There are more than 10,000 certified developers in Sitecore’s global network.

Now in its tenth year, Sitecore’s MVP program recognizes individual technology, digital strategy and commerce 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.

“We’re honored to see Kam and David recognized as Sitecore MVPs again this year and to add Jeff Darchuk to the list as well,” said Brian Payne, VP of technology at Connective DX. “In addition to leading delivery on dozens of large-scale Sitecore deployments at Connective DX, all three of them are increasingly focused on contributing back to the broader Sitecore community through blogging, meetups and more. This is also a reflection of the commitment Connective DX has to our longtime partnership with Sitecore and the efforts of our entire team, which includes Sitecore-certified developers, designers, project managers, marketers and strategists.”

The Sitecore practice at Connective DX is part of a larger web content management practice group that helps organizations successfully plan, deliver and maintain complex publishing platforms. This includes looking beyond the technology at how organizations approach the people and processes necessary for success with web publishing. The agency publishes the award-winning CMS Myth blog and speaks frequently on CMS conferences around the world.

“We are grateful for the leadership, expertise and ongoing contributions that Kam, Dave and Jeff have made to the Sitecore community,” said Pieter Brinkman, Sitecore director of developer and platform evangelism. “All three have demonstrated a mastery of our technology and exemplify the spirit of Sitecore.”

Sitecore’s experience platform combines web content management, omnichannel digital delivery, customer insight and engagement, and strategic digital marketing tools 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. The end-to-end experience technology works behind the scenes to deliver context marketing to individual customers, so they engage in relevant brand experiences that earn loyalty and achieve results.

About Connective DX
Connective DX is a digital experience agency focused on helping organizations embrace the power of digital, align around the customer, and take control of their future. The agency serves clients globally with services that span digital experience strategy, experience design, technology and digital enablement. Founded in 1997, Connective DX has offices in Portland, Ore., and Boston, Mass. Clients include Columbia Sportswear, Esri, Kindercare, OHSU, BMC Software and Banner Bank.

For more information, press only:
Carmen Hill, Connective DX, chill [at] connectivedx [dot] com
Laura Brown, Connective DX, lbrown [at] connectivedx [dot] com

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