’s Coveo Practice Director Named Coveo Honorary MVP, One of Five People to Have Coveo and Sitecore MVP Status in the World

Coveo has just announced that’s Sitecore and Coveo Practice Director, Jonathan Price, has been recognized as a Coveo Honorary MVP (Most Valuable Professional). The Coveo MVP Program provides formal recognition to those who have shared time, energy, and thought leadership crucial to mutual success within the Coveo community.

As the lead for’s Sitecore and Coveo Practices, Jonathan Price oversees and implements; encompassing project management, account management, development, QA and strategy. His role includes planning information architecture, user experience, technology best practices and complex integrations. Jonathan has led teams working in many different industries which include clients such as The Joint Commission, Association of Standard & Quality, Clark Construction, Sanford Health, Samaritan Health, HomeServe USA, Rust-Oleum and Littelfuse.

In addition to being a newly named Coveo Honorary MVP, Jonathan is also a Sitecore Ambassador MVP. This makes Jonathan one of sixteen Coveo Honorary MVPs and, more significantly, one of only five individuals in the world to hold both titles at once. With his new status, Jonathan will continue his dedication to provide proficiencies and key insights that further strengthen the Coveo community.

“I’m more than honored to be recognized as one of the first Coveo MVPs,” said Jonathan Price of “It’s a true testament to the work and Coveo have accomplished together, which I am thankful to be a part of. I’m proud of the achievements so far, but even more excited to see what we can all achieve together in the future.”

As a Coveo Honorary MVP, he has provided expertise across a wide array of ground-breaking advancements, including: unified indexing and enterprise search, contextual relevance, cloud and content analytics, behavioral analytics, machine learning-powered relevance, intelligent recommendations, unified interaction journeys, NCU, AI semantics, and intent detection.

For more information about this recognition and the nomination process, read more here.