Gary Wu

Principal Product Manager
Acquia, Inc.

Gary is the product manager for Acquia Cloud Site Factory. He joined Acquia from EMC, where he was responsible for enterprise team collaboration and social content management applications. Prior to EMC, he was product manager at Trellix, a VC-backed startup providing a software-as-a-service web publishing platform. Gary is excited about enabling digital business leaders to build, deliver and manage hundreds or thousands of websites with agility, velocity and freedom through Acquia Cloud Site Factory!

Derniers billets

Posted on jeudi, le 14 août 2014, 09h22 EDT
In today’s super-competitive marketplace, staying ahead of the competition means being able to respond to changing markets instantly. Launching a new marketing campaign, a new brand, or even a new family of brands can mean the difference between Plus...
Posted on mercredi, le 2 avril 2014, 14h23 EDT
As a product manager at Acquia, I frequently speak with digital thought leaders at many organizations, small and large. It’s clear that the digital marketing profession at these organizations has undergone tremendous change over the past decade. Plus...
Posted on mardi, le 12 novembre 2013, 06h20 EST
Acquia is pleased to announce the availability of Version 2.0 of the Drupal Gardens iPhone app, making it even more convenient for users on the go to manage content on their Drupal websites from the comfort of their iOS devices. New capabilities Plus...
Posted on jeudi, le 21 mars 2013, 09h50 EDT
It’s been awhile since we’ve blogged, but that’s not to say we haven’t been hard at work improving Drupal Gardens for our thousands of site builders. We’ve added a host of new features since the last update including entity relationships and field Plus...
Posted on lundi, le 22 août 2011, 13h38 EDT
Hi there! My name is Gary Wu and I'm a recent addition to Acquia. I've just completed my second week as the new product manager for Drupal Gardens so I wanted to introduce myself to the Drupal-verse. As a newcomer to both Acquia and Drupal, the past Plus...