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How Mediacurrent and Acquia Help Clients ‘Do Drupal Right’ [VIDEO]

Since 2007, Mediacurrent has excelled at helping clients form digital strategies with Drupal as the backbone within education, financial services, government, media / entertainment and nonprofit/NGO industries. With a expertise in strategy, training, design and implementation, Mediacurrent pushes the envelope of how websites are built so they ensure success for clients not just now, but in the future.

Enterprise has been so focused on their infrastructure and building things out in the past, but they’re not used to using Drupal yet and Drupal is a very specific way of doing things … a lot of knowledge goes into that. -Kevin Basarab, director of development, Mediacurrent

By working with Acquia, Mediacurrent can focus on the actual build, without concerns about how it will scale or perform. Mediacurrent proves the strategy, and Acquia provides the technology to support it. One example of this is VisitTheUSA.com, a “Choose Your Own Adventure” kind of digital experience built with Drupal 8 on Acquia Cloud and with Acquia Lift implemented, designed for foreign tourists looking to explore the U.S.

In the video below, watch Kevin Basarab, director of development, and Shellie Hutchins, director of marketing at Mediacurrent, discuss how working with Acquia on hosting and utilizing products like Acquia Lift has helped them not only solve technical problems for large-scale enterprises but stay in front of challenges, allowing their clients to “do Drupal right”.

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