Mando named 'Rising Star Solution Partner of the Year' at Optimizely’s Opticon Conference

We are today delighted to announce that Mando has been named 'Rising Star Solution Partner of the Year' at this year’s Opticon Conference hosted by Optimizely.

Mando has a close working partnership with Optimizely and is currently a Gold Solution Partner. The work that we have produced over the last few years has seen our clients make transformational change which allows them to better serve their customers.

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Speaking following the award win, Ian Finch, CEO at Mando said: “We are thrilled to have been given this award and it is a testament to both the work that our team does in the studio and our relationship with Optimizely.

“We made the move towards partnering with enterprise content management vendors and partners way back in 2008, and we first worked with Optimizely, (Episerver, as it was known then), back in 2011. We’ve worked on many developments from a flagship, myAccount project with TalkTalk Business to a transformational web project with SSEN. The ease at which the DXP has been integrated into our tool set has been game changing.

“Looking ahead we are committed to changing the lives of people and know that by continuing to align with Optimizely, their DXP and the products they offer, we can meet our goals of moving towards a more efficient and inclusive web.

“We're very excited to be working with Optimizely. We've got great momentum in our relationship; our customers are big fans of the platform, and we're very excited about their constant evolution. It’s a great time to be aligned.”

These awards are the gold-standard within the digital industry and competition is healthy, making the recognition as 'Rising Star Solution Partner of the Year' even sweeter.

Opticon 2022 took place at Tobacco Dock, London on 4th November.

To find out more about our work and the partnership with Optimizely, or how we help enterprise-size businesses with their digital transformation - why not get in touch?