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Acquia Engage DPX Session: Webster Bank
November 5, 2020 |
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Join Phase2 and Webster Bank as they dig into what it means to achieve consumer connection in banking. Reimagining digital platforms to enable personalization, promote flexibility and scalability, and provide a consistent experience through every channel is essential to success. 

Learn how the team leveraged a D7-D8 migration, Acquia Personalization (formerly known as Lift), a design system using Particle10, and Tealium to create a stack that led Webster to deeper customer loyalty and engagement.

This panel features:

  • Chris Jorgenson, Director of Marketing - Phase2
  • Emily White, VP, Marketing - Phase2
  • Jonathan Adams, Software Architect - Phase2
  • Todd Purcell, Head of Digital Banking, Marketing and Experience - Webster Bank
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Emily White brings more than 15 years of experience in brand marketing specializing in brand development, market research, integrated creative campaigns, public relations, and strategic services in her role at Phase2. Emily has worked in communications leadership positions across multiple industries and creative services at leading organizations such as Creative Media Development, Edelman, and Enjoy Life Foods.

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From Fortune 500 giants to family-owned businesses, Chris specializes in helping companies thrive, maximize ROI from marketing budgets, and nurture a company culture that breeds success. In his role as Director of Marketing at Phase2, Chris brings 15+ years of experience leading B2C and B2B marketing campaigns and building inside sales teams.

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Jonathan is an Acquia Certified Senior Full Stack Developer with over 12 years of development experience. He has designed and implemented enterprise level applications for a variety of industries and he enjoys working with new and exciting APIs. Jonathan recently released the Druminate module, a Drupal module that simplifies the process of calling the Luminate API.

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