Get Started wins Episerver Partner Award

Get Started has been recognised as Episerver's most valuable new partner in the Asia Pacific region.


by Tami Iseli13 March 2018

Get Started has been named Episerver’s ‘Ascender Partner of the Year – Asia Pacific’ for 2017. The award was presented on 10 March at the annual Episerver Ascend Conference in Las Vegas. 

The Ascender award recognises Episerver’s top-performing partners for their success in driving joint opportunities and the impact of a new partner on the Episerver ecosystem. Get Started was chosen for this award based on the business value it has generated for Episerver and for its success in implementing digital strategy best practices. 

“We are absolutely thrilled to receive this award, as our team have worked extremely hard over the last year,” said Get Started CEO Marty Drill. “Episerver has over 800 partners, so it was a great atmosphere at the awards and the acknowledgement we received was exceptional. We are really excited to be working with Episerver as their focus on experience-driven commerce aligns with how we see our role with clients and their digital strategies. We match the strategy we develop with the right platform.” 

In congratulating Get Started on receiving the Ascender award, Episerver’s Executive Vice President of Strategy and CMO, James Norwood, said the award “speaks to Get Started’s commitment to our mutual customers, creating digital experiences that meet and exceed expectations. We look forward to growing this partnership and sharing the incredible customer journeys this relationship creates for consumers who crave better online interactions with brands.” 

Episerver offers an enterprise-grade CMS that brings together digital content management, commerce and marketing, including omnichannel solutions for personalised content and campaigns. The company has offices in the US, UK, Sweden, Australia, Germany, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Poland, the Netherlands, Spain, South Africa, Singapore, Vietnam and the UAE.

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