Sitecore recognises Deloitte Digital leaders as Ambassador MVPs

27 February 2023 2 min. read
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Four members of Deloitte Digital’s A/NZ team – Troy Outtram, Zoé Freeman, Cameron Walker and Mike Marquette – have been named as Sitecore MVPs.

Deloitte Digital principal architect and Melbourne technology lead Cameron Walker has been recognised as a Sitecore MVP for the tenth year running, with Walker joined on the overall honours list by colleagues Mike Marquette, first time MVP Zoé Freeman, and Sitecore alliance lead partner Troy Outtram.

The recognition follows the A/NZ Deloitte Digital team winning Sitecore’s 2022 Partner Excellence and Product Expertise awards for the Asia Pacific.

Troy Outtram, Zoé Freeman, Cameron Walker and Mike Marquette - Deloitte

Sitecore’s MVP program, which has been running for the past sixteen years, recognises consultants and technologists with advanced knowledge of the end-to-end digital experience management software who have demonstrated a commitment to sharing their technical expertise with community partners, customers and prospective clients over the past year.

This year, just 241 individuals were honoured across the world, including only 18 awardees in Australia.

“It's with great pleasure we honour these professionals with this elite distinction for their commitment, inspiration, technical acumen, mentorship and support”, said Dave O’Flanagan, Sitecore chief product officer. “MVPs are the backbone of the global Sitecore community, representing partners, customers, developers, marketing professionals and business execs. The knowledge and experience they share help our customers and partners build incredible digital experiences.”

Milestone man Cameron Walker joined Deloitte Digital in 2011, five years later being tapped to oversee a team of more than 50 developers as the practice’s technology lead for Melbourne. During his time at the firm, Walker has served as the lead solution architect on numerous large digital experience and eCommerce projects at a number of prominent Australian organisations, including retailers Officeworks and Bunnings along with superannuation giant AustralianSuper.

Meanwhile, Troy Outtram, who became a Deloitte Digital partner at the beginning of 2021, received an Ambassador MVP badge for the seventh time, while Deloitte Digital director and sole Canberra-based MVP Mike Marquette followed up on his maiden appearance last year.

Making her debut on the list was Zoé Freeman, as Australia’s only female Sitecore MVP. An experienced director based out of Melbourne, Freeman has been with Deloitte for just under four years.

“I am overjoyed to be accepted to the MVP Program as an Ambassador,” Freeman stated. “My journey with Sitecore has allowed me to bring people, projects and products together, win awards, travel and further my career. This award is the culmination of that journey and I’m so grateful to Sitecore for the honour. I want to continue to make an impact that matters as an advocate for the amazing people and technology that make up the Sitecore community.”