The award recognizes EPAM’s successful customer experience and website transformation for LiveWire
EPAM Systems, Inc., a leading digital transformation services and product engineering company, announced it is a winner in the recent Acquia Engage Awards. The Company, along with LiveWire, an all-electric motorcycle company, won the award ‘Most Impactful Headless Application’ in the Builders category. The Acquia Engage Awards recognize the most outstanding digital experiences that organizations around the world are building with the Acquia Open Digital Experience Platform (DXP), including Drupal Cloud, Marketing Cloud, and Widen.
“We are pleased to be recognized at the Acquia Engage Awards for the third year in a row,” said Andrew Fegley, Head of Digital, North America at EPAM. “As customer expectations evolve, it’s more important than ever for businesses to stay agile and innovative. With MACH technologies, we were able to do this for LiveWire – enabling them to design, build and deliver engaging digital experiences at scale.”
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The winning project expands on LiveWire’s vision of pioneering the future of motorcycling and beyond. The game-changing website improves the customer journey, from the initial information-gathering stages all the way to applying for credit, placing a deposit and completing a purchase that ships directly to their driveway. As a founding member of the MACH Alliance and leader in composable and headless technologies, EPAM empowered LiveWire’s digital content management by leveraging a robust enterprise DXP—Drupal on the Acquia platform—that resulted in an interactive multimedia experience alongside compelling content that both educates and excites prospective customers.
“Through our partnership with EPAM, we’ve evolved our website beyond initial expectations,” said Dylan O’Mahony, Director of Digital Product at LiveWire. “EPAM has been an intrinsic partner on this journey as we brought together innovative digital technologies to transform the future of motorcycling by means of design, software and customer experience.”
This year’s competition attracted a record 120 entries. Each submission was presented to a panel of respected digital experts, who evaluated them on functionality, integration, performance, user experience and other criteria.
“Showcasing the most impressive digital experiences, across industries and geographies, is a highlight of Acquia Engage,” said Mike Sullivan, CEO of Acquia. “Each customer’s story demonstrates the impact that creatively designed and thoroughly executed digital experiences can have on customer engagement and organizational performance.”
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