Deliver Relevant Experiences
The Sitecore CEP will let you create your content once and publish it everywhere, with a personalized touch. With over 40 certified developers on our team, we are a recognized leader in the Sitecore community and best-practice trendsetters.
Conquer Every Channel
Adobe CQ/AEM is a powerful, scalable platform that simplifies the process of content creation and publication. Our customized Adobe implementations and seamless integrations meet the unique needs of any organization.
Visualize Your Data
Whether it’s a targeted visual to help tell a story or millions of data points that need organizing, we can bring your data to life. Our data visualization team can transform any data set into immersive interactives including charts, graphs, maps, and infographics.
News & Blog Posts
Velir Ranks No. 2851 on the 2014 Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Companies List
Inc. Magazine Unveils its 33rd Annual List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies and Velir ranks as a top digital agency... Read more
Easily Integrate Akamai into your Adobe CQ/AEM Instance
Akamai’s Dynamic Site Accelerator is a highly valuable Content Delivery Network (CDN) for reducing the load on your internal setups... Read more
Digital Maturity Matters
Mark Gregor, CEO of Velir, and Adam Ribaudo, Velir’s VP of Accounts, recently say down with the team at Associations Now to explain “digital maturity” and why it matters to associations. A detailed look at the discussion is provided here, along with a link to the original article... Read more
"The maturity model is particularly suited to Associations because they are so membership-driven."
-Mark Gregor, Velir
Two Velir Projects Selected As 2014 MITX What’s Next Awards Finalists
Velir’s work with InPractice Africa and SHADAC is recognized for innovation, value, and impact through two finalist nominations in the 2014 MITX What’s Next Awards: “Best Doing Good Innovation Product” and “Best in Healthcare, Wellness and Pharmaceutical Marketing,” respectively... Read more
xDB: Sitecore DMS Moves to MongoDB
I recently had the chance to attend a preview of Sitecore 7.5, code named “Andes”. Here are my thoughts. When Sitecore feels that they have moved the ball significantly... Read more