Connective DX Joins Forces with ProKarma

Connective DX, ProKarma

ProKarma, a global digital services company, announced the strategic acquisition of Connective DX, a digital experience agency.

With offices in Portland, Oregon, and Boston, Massachusetts, Connective DX brings a breadth of capabilities around digital experience strategy, experience design and technology.

The agency has a 20+ year history of digital experience and community leadership working with customer-centric organizations across industries including healthcare, utilities, and financial services.

“Connective DX brings a unique blend of digital experience design, content expertise, and industry knowledge with a strong focus on customer experience,” ProKarma Co-Founder & Co-President Vijay Ijju said. “Together, we will expand on our end-to-end digital capabilities while defining, designing, and engineering best-in-class solutions that transform businesses and elevate the customer experience.”

The addition of Connective DX will fuel ProKarma’s expansion into the Northeast U.S. while growing its presence in Portland, Oregon, where both organizations are headquartered.

“We’re excited about this new chapter for the agency,” said Jeff Cram, general manager and co-founder of Connective DX. “Joining forces with ProKarma allows us to accelerate our growth and expand our services while remaining committed to creating delightful experiences that make a difference.”

The partnership also expands ProKarma’s digital transformation capabilities by delivering new types of customer-focused solutions. Connective DX also offers deep expertise across content and marketing technology platforms with a successful track record delivering large-scale strategic solutions on both Sitecore and Adobe platforms.

“Together, we can help organizations deepen their connection with millions of customers around the globe,” ProKarma Chief Marketing Officer Kris Klein said. “We’re redefining what it means to get to know your market and customers.”

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