POSSIBLE Named in 2017 Sitecore MVP Awards

As premier service partners with Sitecore, POSSIBLE has been recognized for our achievements in this experience management software for the fourth consecutive year, garnering two MVP recognitions. As a Sitecore agency, this is the second MVP for Adam Wolf, POSSIBLE Americas chief technology officer, and the first for Malcolm Wild, POSSIBLE APAC chief technology officer, who won in the commerce category.

Sitecore’s MVP program recognizes individual technology, digital strategy, and commerce advocates who share Sitecore’s passion and expertise in experiences that drive business results. Sitecore MVPs actively participate in online and offline communities to share their knowledge and expertise with other Sitecore partners and customers.

“The use of Sitecore compliments our ‘Does it Work?’ ideology, ensuring we deliver reliability and flexibility in all our work,” says Shane Atchison, global CEO of POSSIBLE. Read on to learn more about our awardees.

Malcolm Wild, CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER, APAC, Singapore

Malcolm was one of only 18 people named a Sitecore Commerce MVP. As CTO of POSSIBLE APAC, he is responsible for client technology solutions, in addition to POSSIBLE’s strategic technology direction and partner relationships. He brings over two decades of hands-on digital experience crafted from three continents.

Adam Wolf, CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER, Americas, Seattle

Adam was one of only 35 people worldwide to be named a Sitecore Digital Strategist MVP this year. Since joining POSSIBLE (then ZAAZ) in 2001, Adam has touched nearly every Sitecore project, either in a business development, management, or technology capacity. As CTO of POSSIBLE Americas, he supports the software development practice regionally and connects teams globally. Adam has nearly 30 years of experience in the computer industry spanning every level of expertise, including systems analyst, network engineer, technical architect, and director of engineering. 

Congratulations to Malcolm and Adam!

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