Deepend Wins Sitecore’s Digital Innovator Award For Cooked.com.au

Deepend Wins Sitecore’s Digital Innovator Award For Cooked.com.au
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Independent creative communications agency Deepend and client Hardie Grant have won Sitecore’s ‘Digital Innovator Award’ for their work on Cooked.com.au.

Deployment of Sitecore experience platform has enabled Deepend’s client Hardie Grant to launch Cooked.com.au as a digital subscription service with designs on disruption. Cooked allows users to access an ever-growing library of complete cookbooks by some of the best chefs and authors in the business. You can browse a book in the way it was published, but on any device. You can take your cookbook collection on holiday, to a friend’s house or just to the supermarket. Cooked preserves the emotional impact and design intent of the physical cookbook, but in super-contemporary digital form.

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Deepend managing director Kath Blackham said: “We couldn’t be more excited about winning Sitecore’s 2014 Digital Innovator Award . Our team strive to push the technical and creative boundaries of everything we create and Cooked.com.au is such a great testament to this.”

Robert Holliday, Sitecore managing director Australia and New Zealand, said: “These awards recognise organisations which have invested in digital business transformation and as a result have reaped a very positive return in consumer response.  We are delighted to see our technology solutions adopted successfully across diverse vertical markets, a testament to Sitecore’s flexibility to drive rapid personlisation and market acceptance. We are delighted to formally recognise our customers’ achievements through these awards and look forward to working closely with our partners and customers in the year ahead to deliver ongoing, exceptional value.”

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