bv02’s Scott Mulligan named Sitecore’s “Most Valuable Professional”


Scott has demonstrated mastery of our technology and exemplifies the spirit of Sitecore,” says Lars Fløe Nielson, Co-Founder and senior vice president of Sitecore.

This statement is exactly why Scott Mulligan, Lead Sitecore Developer at bv02, was recently named a Sitecore “Most Valuable Professional” (MVP). Sitecore is a global leader in content management and customer experience management and has more than 26,000 developers in their global network. To be one of the 140 people worldwide to be named MVP this year is quite the accomplishment!

Scott has been successfully leading Sitecore projects at bv02 for the last few years, and has established a strong reputation as a thought-leader for the platform in Ottawa and with our national clients.

Now in its ninth year, Sitecore’s MVP program recognizes individual technology and digital strategy advocates who share their Sitecore passion and expertise. The Sitecore MVP Award recognizes the most active Sitecore experts from around the globe who participate in online and offline communities. MVPs are selected based on their dedication to driving business results through positive customer experiences, as well as their interest in sharing their knowledge with other Sitecore partners and customers.

Lars Fløe Nielson confirms Scott adheres to these requisites by stating that Sitecore is “grateful for the leadership, expertise and ongoing contributions that Scott Mulligan has made to the Sitecore community”.

We’ve long been proud to have Scott as a part of our team here at bv02 and his success is well deserved. He is constantly pushing our knowledge and understanding of the Sitecore platform forward, not only within bv02, but also across the developer community. He’s dedicated to solving client business problems in a way that is sustainable and provide the most long-term value. Scott is indispensable for our friends at Canadian Nurses Association, Canada Council for the Arts, and other crown corporations across Canada.

Great job, Scott!

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