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Gazprom’s web estate has been recognized as the best corporate website in Russia according to international ranking prepared by Swedish consulting company Hallvarsson & Halvarsson
Gazprom's web estate has been recognized as the best corporate website in Russia according to international ranking prepared by Swedish consulting company Hallvarsson & Halvarsson.
Gazprom gained 54.25 points in the 100-point quality scale and climbed the 1st place from the previous 11th on the rank.
“Gazprom has improved all sections of its website adding a plenty of information details. Its financial indicators are nowadays provided in a way equal with that of largest European companies,” underlines Helena Wennergren, Senior Partner with Hallvarsson & Halvarsson.
This enabled Gazprom to beat the last-year leader, MTS, which is only the 13th this year.
Among the three 2010 highest scoring companies are also Rosneft – the company has won “the silver” for the second consecutive year. “The bronze” went to NOVATEK's corporate website – last year the company took the 6th place.
Gazprom also has the best Press Center section that received 4 points out of 7.5.
In this section the Company published there not only the press release archive, but interesting news, articles and numerous photos as well. One can also find there reference information (PDF format) about Gazprom that is highly sought after by stock market players and can be rarely obtained from Russian websites, note Hallvarsson & Halvarsson experts.
Russian corporate websites look better this year – most companies have higher scores this year if compared to the previous one. This is partly caused by the information demand changes in target groups and also demonstrates a higher level of web communications in Russian companies.
The Hallvarsson & Halvarsson is the first and most transparent international survey of corporate websites. The companies surveyed can evaluate the quality of their communication services in general and to compare them with that of the companies engaged in the same industry.
In 2010 the ranking contained the companies listed by FT as 500 largest European companies including 31 companies from Russia.