Thursday, 13 October 2011 11:08

Sitecore Recognised as Best IT Company in Denmark

By Nicole Stirling

Computerworld's Top 100 Honors the Strongest IT Companies

Sitecore, the company that has redefined Web Content Management, announced today it has been named the strongest company in the Danish IT industry. In its 16th year, the Computerworld Top 100 recognises the best-performing companies in Denmark. Sitecore received top honours based on the company's execution of its Web Content Management and online marketing solutions and ability to lead the shift toward the all-encompassing Internet.

When selecting the nominees, Computerworld considers the following four areas: growth in turnover (revenue), turnover/revenue per employee, profit ratio and efficiency ratio defined as a result of main activities per employee. More than 250 companies were researched and surveyed.

Sitecore was the first Web Content Management system to incorporate marketing automation, intranet portal, e-commerce, Web optimisation, social media and campaign management technologies into a cohesive, integrated open platform.

Increasingly, Sitecore's advanced products and services are retained by some of the world's strongest companies. Recently, Colliers International, Dow Chemical, Gazelle, GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals NV, Nestle Australia, Sea World and Visa Europe awarded significant contracts to Sitecore.

Over the last several months, Sitecore has received industry accolades from leading media and industry analyst organisations including the following: Strong Performer in the 'The Forrester Waveâ„¢: Web Content Management For Online Customer Experience, Q3 2011,'Info-Tech Research Group Web Content Management Champion and Red Herring Europe Top 100 winner.

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