The other day Marcus Neto tweeted (and EllisLab retweeted) a call out to web development shops who use ExpressionEngine:
If you are an #eecms Dev shop I want to help you sell more projects. If you need any assistance just let me know
I’m not exactly sure what Marcus means (I wasn’t the only one) but my best guess is that he’s trying to reach out and let companies know that he’s there to help with questions about EE that come up during project pitches and proposals. Want more information or have questions? Email him.
Marcus is the Director of Services and his role is to make sure you, you and you have what you need to succeed with ExpressionEngine. From his first blog post back in March:
As you have probably heard I was hired to bring an Enterprise Level of services to EllisLab for those working with ExpressionEngine. I would like to take this opportunity to say that if you are a developer that regularly works on Enterprise level work; or if you are a direct client and have a reason to be interested in Enterprise Services I would love to hear from you.
Have questions about EE Enterprise or want to know about how your shop can do more with EE? Marcus is the guy.