Hot on the heels of the opening of its Sydney office last month, Melbourne-based digital agency Get Started is now making its mark on the Adelaide market. The agency opened an office on King William Street last week, headed up by top Kentico developer Darren Stahlhut.
Former tech lead of The Digital Embassy, Stahlhut brings a wealth of experience across .Net content management systems Kentico and Sitecore.
Prior to joining the Digital Embassy, Stahlhut was the senior IT officer and systems analyst/developer for the Federal Government.
Get Started will initially focus on servicing key clients Clipsal by Schneider Electric and Nobles out of its Adelaide office, with plans to expand its Adelaide-based operations over the coming months.
“I am thrilled to have this opportunity to lead Get Started’s expansion into Adelaide,” said Stahlhut.
“The Adelaide office will be backed by an extremely talented team of Kentico developers around the country, raising the bar on Kentico development in the South Australian market.”
Get Started’s CEO Marty Drill said the move was a reflection of the agency’s desire to better service its Adelaide clients but also to attract the best talent.
“We are committed to maintaining our reputation as having the best team of Kentico developers in the country and with developers of the calibre of Darren located here, we believe it’s an important market for us,” he said.
“This move also puts us in a better position to meet the growing demand for Kentico websites in the region.”
Get Started is a Kentico Gold Partner and has been working with the Kentico CMS since 2008. The development team at Get Started is led by Melbourne-based CTO Andy Thompson, Asia Pacific’s only Kentico MVP. Get Started’s Adelaide office is located on Level 5, 121 King William Street, Adelaide.
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