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Honoured for its Work on stm.info. Selected Among More than 100 Nominees

MONTREAL, June 6, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ -  Acquia, the digital business company, announced today the winners of the 2014 Partner Site of the Year awards and TP1 was selected in the transit category for STM.info, the website of the Société de transport de Montréal (Montreal's public transit corporation). An award ceremony was held at DrupalCon Austin 2014.

Acquia's digital agency partners submitted more than 100 client sites for consideration across 15 categories. Judges evaluated each site's visual design, functionality, integration and overall customer experience to select the winners.

"The award-winning sites feature outstanding design, engaging content and commerce experiences, and well-integrated functionality," said David-Michel Davies, executive director of The Webby Awards. Davies served as a judge during the finalist round of the program. "We congratulate the finalists and winners; their projects are a model to industry for how to best engage audiences through digital using Drupal."

Consulted by, on average, 50,000 people each day, STM.info provides its users with tools to plan and carry out their travel itineraries in Montreal. "We are proud of the work accomplished with TP1," stated Martine Ouellet, Section Head of Electronic Information and Communication at the STM. "The team knew how to apply the technology to our customer information service, thus facilitating travel for the thousands of people who use our network each day."

Montreal-based digital agency TP1 is known for its commitment to open source technologies, web accessibility and multi-platform design and development. "We're extremely satisfied with what we've been able to accomplish with STM.info," said Joe Blauer, partner at TP1. "We confronted numerous design, technical and organisational challenges. We believed in our team and our approach, and we developed an expertise specific to the public transit sector. The results speak for themselves."

"Our partners are creating amazing digital experiences with Acquia and Drupal. These award-winning sites demonstrate the transformative business impact that organizations can achieve with digital," said Joe Wykes, vice president of global channels at Acquia. "Bringing together content, community and commerce in a way that fully engages visitors in a personalized experience is difficult. The Partner Site of the Year Awards celebrate the agencies that are doing this best."

Additional information

STM.info video
STM.info case study
2014 Partner Site of the Year Awards gallery

About TP1

TP1 is a full-service digital agency dedicated to making online experiences people love. Founded in Montreal in 2005, TP1 is known for its commitment to open source technologies, web accessibility and multi-platform design and development.

About Acquia

Acquia is the digital business company. Twitter, Mercedes Benz, Warner Music Group, Stanford University and more than 4,000 enterprises, government agencies and NGOs rely on Acquia to create new revenue streams and engage audiences more deeply through content, community and commerce. For further information visit acquia.com.

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