NASHUA, New Hampshire, March 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- - Global program provides forum to capture innovation for customer and partner success Ektron , the company that empowers organizations to fully realize their websites' marketing and revenue-generating potential, today announced the Ektron Most Valuable Professional (MVP) program.
What does MVP stand for?
MVP stands for Most Valuable Professional (Microsoft recognition program)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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- Monster Venture Partners (Bellevue, WA)
- Monster Versus Player (gaming)
- Montel Vontavious Porter (WWE star)
- Monumental Venture Partners, LLC (McLean, VA)
- Morris Visitor Publications (Augusta, GA)
- Most Valuable Person
- Most Valuable Player (sports)
- Most Valuable Point
- Most Valuable Primate (movie)
- Most Valuable Product (PC Computing award)
- Most Valuble Poet
- Most Valued Partner (various organizations)
- Most Vertical Primate (movie)
- Motor Vehicle Producer (Australian government)
- Motorola Validated PLUS (communications)
- Mountain View Park
- Moving Vessel Profiler
- Multi Vendor Program
- Multi Video Processing (ATI Technologies)
- Multi-application Voice Processing
Samples in periodicals archive:
Frye is a freelance writer and Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for Excel.
a leader in Intrusion Prevention and Security Risk Management, today announced that Rudolph Araujo, senior software security consultant and trainer with Foundstone Professional Services, a division of McAfee, has earned distinction as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) within the visual developer security category.
Datacolor, a world leader in color technology, today announced that David Tobie, product technology manager for the company's ColorVision business unit, was recognized as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in the most recent 2007 award cycle.
Quest's products benefit from the knowledge of industry experts such as David Sengupta, longtime Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in the Exchange Server category and group product manager at Quest.
He is the 1998 Microsoft Most Valuable Professional and holds certifications in MCDBA, MCSE, and MCT.
With its three most valuable professionals (amongst others for Exchange Server) ItaCS is skilled in the highly specialized and technological know how in the IT- Infrastructure, IT-Security and Messaging areas.
He is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for the Tablet PC hardware platform and developed a training course for Microsoft Learning about Time and Task Management using Microsoft Outlook in 2005.