Nov 11, 2015
Incentro wins Partner of the Year Award with Air Miles Case Study
Hippo partner Incentro’s work creating seamless and relevant content-rich digital experiences for Air Miles has been recognized with a Partner of the Year Award at Hippo.Connect Amsterdam. The award was presented following a day of talks on digital marketing and technology at the Westergasfabriek in the heart of Amsterdam, including a keynote from EMC Enterprise Content Division CTO Jeroen van Rotterdam as well as talks from Hippo clients including Weleda, Veikkaus Oy, the Dutch National Police, ANWB and the Dutch Railways.
Incentro's winning case, Air Miles, impressed the Hippo.Connect audience with its rapid go-to-market. In just ten weeks, Incentro realised three platforms: a website, hybrid app and a My Air Miles environment, all running on Hippo CMS. It is a great example of how the integration of various solutions - Hippo CMS, Mendix and SAP - creates a unique and consistent digital experience across contexts and devices. Incentro, a Hippo Gold partner, has worked with Hippo CMS since 2013 and has 8 implementations under its belt.
“Our partners have been absolutely pivotal to the global growth we’ve experienced. Hippo.Connect is a celebration of the innovation and collaborative success Hippo’s seen bringing the most cutting edge digital experience technology to customers with our network of partners. We’re excited to be partnered with Incentro and we’re proud to share the Air Miles story with our community at Hippo.Connect”, says Jeroen Verberg, CEO Hippo.
“We are very proud to be Hippo Partner of the Year”, says Martijn Vrielink, Managing Consultant Online at Incentro. “We help our customers to be successful online. The fact that we won this award shows that we excel in doing so. We like to explore the limits of the best results. With Hippo we manage to go beyond these limits every time. In combination with the great cooperation this makes us a winning team with many Hippo projects ahead of us. I am looking forward to competing for this award again next year.”