Mando secures Webtrends partner status

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by Nick Jaspan

WebtrendsLiverpool digital agency Mando has become an authorised partner of Webtrends and in addition is one of only three ‘SharePoint Partners’ in the UK.

Webtrends is one of the world's largest enterprise level analytics solutions (the company claims to be number three by sales)  with a client roster that numbers a host of blue chip multinationals.

Other Webtrends partners include Accenture, Ogilvy and Bitwise.

Mando is confident that the formal partnership with Webtrends will enable the two companies to pool their respective areas of expertise and thereby deliver a further range of enterprise analytics solutions for new clients, initially in the UK.

The partnership has been reached through a shared 'occupation' of the SharePoint technology space, with Mando Group claiming to be one of the UK's leading exponents of SharePoint and Webtrends having developed an exclusive SharePoint analytics solution.

The WebTrends accreditation required two technical professionals from Mando, Daniel McNulty and Adam Stopford, gaining certification in WebTrends implementation.

Mando is increasingly building a reputation as a digital agency focusing on more technical development rather than the design element more common among digital agencies.

The company is a 'Gold Partner' in collaboration and content and application development with Microsoft and the agency's deputy head of development, Gary Pretty, was recently invited to join Windows Azure mobile services advisory board.