Helen Hopkinson
Feb 28, 2014
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Selected Commerce certification pilot testers!

Congratulations to the following for being accepted to the pilot test program for the first EPiServer Commerce certification exam.

  • Robert Strube (Trainer) – Nansen – Chicago, USA
  • Johan Pettersson (EMVP) – NetRelations – Los Angeles, USA
  • Håvard Grendal (Partner) – Making Waves AS – Oslo, Norway
  • Mari Jørgensen (Partner) – Geta As – Oslo, Norway
  • Milos Malic or Dejan Caric (Partner) – Laboremus – Oslo, Norway
  • Mattias Bomelin (Partner) – Avensia – Stockholm, Sweden
  • Magnus Karlsson (Partner) – HiQ – Stockholm, Sweden
  • Viktor Gars (Partner) – Nansen – Stockholm, Sweden
  • Khurram Khan (Partner) – Welcom Software – London, UK
  • Martin Pickering (Partner) – Maginus – London, UK
  • Christer Heinbäck (Partner) – Consid – Stockholm, Sweden
  • Chris Sharp (EMVP) – Nansen – Chicago, USA
  • Jeroen Stemerdink (EMVP) – eFocus – Amsterdam, Holland
  • Fredrik Haglund (EMVP & Trainer) – Stockholm, Sweden

Good luck and I look forward to congratulating you when you’ve passed the exam.

Feb 28, 2014


Feb 28, 2014 10:42 PM

Good luck on the exam!

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