Green River Media (GRM), an award winning digital agency, is expanding its business to the United States. By opening its office in Miami, Florida, it is able to respond to GRM’s double digit growth and growing international client base.
GRM currently operates in over 20 countries and has offices in London, Leeds and Sarajevo, Bosnia. They work for the likes of Eurotunnel, Gardner Denver and Nutricia. They specialise in developing complex, but sophisticated websites and intranets. Their in-house team of specialists manage design, SEO, custom integrations, and third party back-end systems, using the optimal CMS system that fits the customer needs.
GRM coincide their training with the regular releases of CMS updates and new technologies. Continuously reviewing the market, they ensure to proactively remain conversant when considering solutions for clients.
This month, Ruben Melendez has been appointed as CTO of Green River Media and actively leads the U.S. office. Melendez is one of the most experienced digital architects and executives in his field, with a wealth of digital knowledge, and has held executive positions at Ektron, Finity Solutions and Akumina.
In his new role, Melendez will set up the U.S. branch in Miami, and work across the current client base to deliver innovative, digital solutions and managing the Web Development and Project Management teams. Previously he has worked on Walmart, World Trade Center, the Department of Defense and Brightcove accounts.
Ruben Melendez (CTO) adds, “Green River Media’s combination of pushing digital boundaries and listening to their clients’ needs, makes them leader of the digital pack. With a large team of experts qualified in numerous major CMS platforms, we will always choose the best software solution. This makes it an exciting business to join. I am looking forward to becoming part of the team and to build and deliver best-in-class digital solutions.”
"Our rapid growth and expansion to the U.S. market, clearly demonstrates the success of our approach to break the mould, to prove that there's a better way and to continuously challenge the norm."
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