Red Pill Now’s Champions

2016 IBM Champions

Since its formation in 2013 Red Pill Now has actively encourage its team members to be active members of the community. Whether it be through participation in technical forums, presenting at conferences and user groups, writing blog articles that share knowledge and insight, or contribution code to open source foundations such as OpenNTF, almost every member of Red Pill Now is an active contributor to the community it serves. Because of this commitment Red Pill Now is proud to be able to recognize the achievement of Nathan Freeman and Devin Olson in being selected as IBM Champions for Social Collaboration 2017. They exemplify the spirit of helping and sharing  that has long been a hallmark of the Notes community around the globe. This also extends a great tradition at Red Pill Now, which was originally founded by four IBM Champions.

We are delighted that the latest member to join Red Pill Now, Devin Olson has been recognized for the second year in a row for his contributions. Until recently Devin has worked at Czarnowski alongside a talented team of past and former IBM Champions (Declan Lynch, Mike McGarrell, and David Leedy). I guess with Devin there is always another great beer, IBM Champion (or both) on tap should he need one to get through the day.

During 2017 Red Pill Now will be seeking to continue its tradition as a thought leader in the development of new and exciting options for Notes data and we look forward to having the chance to share our thought and knowledge through our two IBM Champions and the other talented members of our team. Have a great Christmas and New Year!

Peter Presnell
Peter Presnell
CEO at Red Pill NOW. Strategist, technologist, blogger, presenter, and IBM Champion 2011/12. For years many companies have invested heavily in the Notes/Domino platform and I see my role as helping to find paths forward for that investment.

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