Content Bloom Wins Four SDL Web MVP awards for 2017
By John Winter
2017 is already starting with huge celebrations as Content Bloom has been awarded with four SDL Web Most Valuable Professional (MVP) awards.
Earlier this month SDL announced their SDL MVP award winners for 2017, awarding sixteen individuals from around the globe. We’re incredibly pleased to announce that of the sixteen, four of them are from Content Bloom.
A huge Congratulations to our MVPs: John Winter, Mark Saunders, Saurabh Gangwar and Pankaj Gaur.
This year marks the the seventh year in a row that Content Bloom has been awarded with a place among the SDL elite.
“We’re extremely lucky to have such an awesome SDL Web implementation team, myself and everyone within Content Bloom is proud to work with such a talented group of folks”
– Nick Roussakov, Managing Partner
SDL Web MVP Award
SDL MVPs are selected based on their representation in the SDL development community. Some of the qualities taken into consideration include: sharing knowledge across a number of channels to ensure the wider community has access to best practices, code samples or answers implementation scenarios.
More information about the SDL Web (Tridion) MVPs award can be found over at the SDL website.
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