TBG Garners BBJ Book of List Recognition 2011
TBG Again Named One of the Largest Web Design Firms & Software Developers in the Baltimore Area
TBG (The Berndt Group), a Baltimore, MD-based full service interactive agency, announced that it has again received recognition by the Baltimore Business Journal in its 2011 annual Book of Lists.
TBG has consistently ranked among the top Web design, graphic design and software development firms in the Baltimore area. This year, TBG achieved the #10 position on the Baltimore Business Journal (BBJ's) 2011 list of the 25 "Largest Web design firms in the Baltimore area." The #10 ranking places TBG in the company of larger, national and international agencies like E.magination and Weber Shandwick Worldwide. TBG also ranked #21 out of 25 on the "Largest software development firms in the Baltimore area" list (along with large international firms such as Micros Systems Inc.) More than 100 companies were considered for both lists.
This recognition from the Baltimore Business Journal goes hand in hand with TBG's ranking by www.bestwebdesignagencies.com. TBG was recently ranked as the #5 interactive design firm in 2010 and 2011 by www.bestwebdesignagencies.com, an organization that methodically rates Web firms.
President and CEO, John Berndt, commented, "TBG is pleased to receive the recognition from both the BBJ and www.bestwebdesignagencies.com. We do what we do because we love our work, but it is always nice to achieve validation and recognition for our accomplishments."
TBG (The Berndt Group) is an award-winning, national digital agency focused on meaningful digital transformations that combine leading user experience, implementation of platforms and automation, improved digital operations, and the adoption of best practices around personalization and user engagement. We are a leading Sitecore Gold partner, with 10+ years of experience developing major digital ecosystems on Sitecore. Our well-known clients span a wide range of sectors, with a high concentration in healthcare, financial services, and direct-to-consumer markets.