San Diego, CA (PRWEB) December 11, 2006
Swedish business daily Dagens Industri is publishing the Nordic H&H Webranking results today. The best Nordic corporate website belongs to Danish Danske Bank, with a score of 84.5 points, followed by Finnish Metso with 84 points and Fortum with 82.25 points. Swedish Match has the best Swedish corporate website with a score of 81.25 points.
Dagens Industri is focusing on the Nordic results, which has to do with the Nordic stock exchanges merging together over the past years. On 2 October yet another step towards an integrated Nordic market was taken with the emergence of a Nordic stock exchange list.
Because of this, H&H Webranking has provided its media partners with integrated lists for the Nordic countries.
Overall Nordic winner is Danske Bank with 84.5 points. Runner up is Finnish Metso with 84 points. Third place goes to Fortum 82.25 points. Best Swedish website belongs to Swedish Match with 81.25 points.
The on the whole best Nordic country is now Finland who has overtaken Sweden as the top ranking Nordic nation. Sweden is now in second place, followed by Denmark, in third, Norway in fourth place and Iceland in fifth.
Below are comments from Danske Bank and Swedish Match:
CEO of Danske Bank Sweden, Mats Torstendahl, sees the corporate website as a very valuable tool and Danske Bank is ambitious with improving the IR-information, which they say, the capital market appreciates a lot.
Annette Kaunitz, responsible for the corporate website of Swedish Match explains the success with their website, which has ranked well since the early days of H&H Webranking, with hard continuous work in order to improve the website. Further she says, that the capital market’s expectations and requirements are fulfilled, and that the target group finds the website easily navigated.
H&H Webranking is Europe’s leading survey of corporate websites. It has been conducted annually since 1997. Each year approximately 500 websites are reviewed. Results are published in financial newspapers around Europe.