This past week, Delphic Digital announced that our Sitecore Architect Jamie Stump was recognized as a Sitecore MVP for the third year in a row since 2013. Upon candidates being reviewed by a panel of developers and corporate executives, less than 4% of Sitecore partners worldwide are chosen to receive this designation. So it should come as no surprise, then, that we were beyond excited to learn of his outstanding achievement.
“It’s always a great moment being recognized in a manner like this,” said Jamie, who currently resides in San Diego with his wife and son. “I’m definitely proud of my three-peat.”
A Philadelphia native, and a graduate of York College of Pa, Jamie has been in the technical consulting realm for over seven years. He leads with a broad skillset that includes Sitecore installation, configuration, CEP development and custom DMS implementations. Specializing in both Sitecore architecture and development, Jamie has implemented Sitecore solutions for a number of industry verticals, like manufacturing, healthcare, financial services, advertising, retail and energy. You could say he’s a jack of Sitecore trades.
We know that Sitecore artfully combines web content management, omni-channel digital delivery, custom insights and strategic digital marketing tools into one easy-to-use platform. But Jamie has had the opportunity to view Sitecore in a much deeper scope, having experienced his own growth with what has become one of the greatest CMS’s out there.
“Having been named MVP for the 3rd year in a row, I can say that I’ve watched the leadership of the Sitecore community shift from blossoming to well-established,” Jamie explains. “It used to be very hard to find information around Sitecore that you were looking for, but now a wealth of knowledge really exists on the internet and is free for anyone to find, and it’s being added to on a daily basis by so many different individuals who are all very intelligent and know the product well. I know I rely heavily upon the other MVP’s and their knowledge-sharing in my job, and I hope that my contributions are valuable to the community as well.”
In addition to building and implementing Sitecore sites and e-commerce solutions, Jamie also works extensively on Microsoft technologies like the .NET Platform and SQL Server, making him Delphic’s go-to pro when it comes to taking clients to the next digital level.
“Delphic aims to drive Sitecore initiatives for our long list of clients, and Jamie has been a key asset in allowing us to do so,” said Mark Patten, Delphic’s Managing Partner. “His unique contributions have sustained unparalleled success, and we couldn’t be more proud of his extraordinary career accomplishment.”
We couldn’t agree more. Want to hear more from Jamie? Never miss an update by following him on Twitter @jstump29, where he’ll keep you informed on the latest Sitecore happenings and blog posts.