We are delighted to announce that we have been nominated for Service Delivery, Digital Full Service and Web Development at the RAR Digital Awards 2018.
The Recommended Agency Register (RAR) is created and managed by The Drum, to help brands connect with the best agencies. Beyond our own profile hosted on The Drum network, the RAR database is fuelled by over 55,000 ratings left by clients, representing a trustworthy registry based on real customer experiences. As such, and unlike any other awards in the industry, “winning [an RAR Digital Award] can only be achieved through the high regard of clients”.
From our dedicated team of Account and Project Managers, to every developer, tester and marketer involved in the delivery of our projects, we always aim to nurture a positive client relationship. Many of our clients stay with us, from consultancy through web development and onto continual hosting and support services. It is a real compliment that these clients have taken the time to rate our services positively in the RAR system.
Split by agency size, we have been nominated amongst other digital agencies of 40-99 staff, marking our continual growth as a company. Whilst we are renowned as one of the largest Drupal web development agencies in Europe, we do increasingly take on new technologies and challenges, so we are delighted to be recognised for our well-rounded Full Service delivery.
The high-profile acknowledgement of an RAR nomination represents a sought-after accolade in the digital industry: not only have we been recognised for our technical expertise, but being featured in the RAR shortlist proves client satisfaction in the work that we continue to deliver. Nominations across several categories mark CTI as an exemplary full service agency, drawing departments together, across Drupal, e-commerce, design and marketing teams, to collaboratively create quality results.
Winners will be announced at the RAR Digital Awards ceremony in London on June 19th. We hope to be celebrating amongst the other successful recommended agencies. Fingers crossed!
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