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Diversus celebrates Sitecore MVP win

22 Feb 16

Perth headquartered technology consultants Diversus are celebrating after principal Sitecore consultant Patrick Stysiak was named ‘most valuable professional (MVP)’ by Sitecore.

Stysiak was one of only 177 people worldwide to win the elite accolade this year, out of more than 10,000 certified developers in Sitecore’s global network.

The Sitecore MVP program recognises individual technology, digital strategy and commerce advocates who share their Sitecore passion and expertise to offer positive customer experiences that drive business results.

The award recognises the most active Sitecore experts globally, who participate in both online and offline communities, sharing their knowledge with other Sitecore partners and customers.

Dien Tang, Diversus director, says the company is ‘immensely proud’ of Stysiak’s achievement.

“Not only is he one of 177 in the world, but the only 2016 Sitecore MVP based in Perth,” Tang says.

“Since joining us, Pat has demonstrated his passion for Sitecore through the delivery of innovative solutions. He uses his expertise to deliver high-quality solutions while mentoring others.

“We’re honoured that Pat is part of the Diversus team,” Tang adds.

Pieter Brinkman, Sitecore director of developer and platform evangelism, says Stysiak has provided leadership, expertise and ongoing contributions to the Sitecore community.

“Patrick has demonstrated a mastery of our technology and exemplifies the spirit of Sitecore,” Brinkman says.

Diversus, which also has offices in Brisbane and Canberra, provides end-to-end business and technical solutions for enterprises in the public sector and publicly listed organisations.

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