Stellar in Top 20 Most Promising Digital Experience Solution Providers

Stellar is proud to have been included in CIO Review's 20 Most Promising Digital Experience Solution Providers in late 2017.

Stellar is proud to have been included in CIO Review’s 20 Most Promising Digital Experience Solution Providers in late 2017.

We are thrilled to have been selected. This recognition belongs to every Stellar employee and is only possible through the hard work and innovation that comes from everyone. Unfortunately we can’t fit our thousands of global staff into one photo with our award, so we had to make do with a handful of our corporate office:

To celebrate the win, CIO Review featured an interview with our CIO Farid Jarrar in their publication. To discover what Farid has to say about Stellar’s digital transformation capabilities, you can download the article as a PDF by clicking on the image below:

What got us there?

Farid points out – “a lot of our competitors are holding on to legacy systems, whereas we are actively trying to disrupt ourselves”. We live in an era of massive technology change, and this has led to drastic changes in customer demands. Organisations need to partner with companies like Stellar to make sure they stay ahead of the curve.

Thank you to CIO Review for including Stellar. We look forward to continuing down the digital roadmap Farid and his team have laid out for 2018.

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