Ten Years and 250,000 Miles Lands CTO New MINI Cooper
Scott Noonan joined Boston Interactive in 2001 becoming the company's first employee alongside Founder and CEO Chuck Murphy. Since this time Scott has played an integral part in the company's success, helping the business grow from a small web shop to an award winning interactive agency. Today, ten years after signing on, Boston Interactive is thrilled to celebrate Scott Noonan's tenth anniversary with the company.
Fulfilling a pivotal role as Chief Technology Officer in BI's leadership team, Scott sets the company standard in utilizing the latest technologies and developing internal best practices while spearheading the development team. Scott is also responsible for the architecture and development of Boston Interactive's Windows-based content management system, Smartwebs. He has played a key role in the more than 500 websites designed and developed by Boston Interactive.
Wanting to honor Scott's decade of loyalty with a reward equally matched to his ten years of service and dedication, Chuck personally selected a thank you gift. During the firm's annual Yankee Swap, Chuck humorously recapped Scott's history with the entire Boston Interactive staff. Citing the CTO's 10 years, 520 weeks, 2,500 days and 250,000 miles driven, Chuck explained how numbers like these could ultimately lead to only one gift. In what the Boston Business Journal described as an act of 'channeling Santa Claus himself,' Chuck presented Scott with a gift that left the typically vivacious CTO speechless: a brand new, black MINI Cooper.
'Scott is a huge asset to our company and a great part of our success over the past decade' says Chuck. 'We feel extremely fortunate to have him on our leadership team and it is my pleasure to have the opportunity to reward him for all he has done for our company.'