Siteimprove Named One of Denmark’s Top 10 Best IT Workplaces

Great Place to Work IT logo for Denmark 2015.

Great Place to Work®, a global research, consulting, and training firm has named web governance specialists, Siteimprove, one of Denmark’s best workplaces and one of Denmark’s 10 best IT workplaces.

Inclusion in the coveted gold standard lists and rankings is a dream come true for Siteimprove founder and CEO Morten Ebbesen, who started Siteimprove in 2003 as a three-man company and has witnessed it grow to more than 250 employees worldwide.

“I’m extremely honored that Siteimprove has been selected and, given that two-thirds of the assessment is based on Great Place to Work’s rigorous Trust Index Employee Survey, extremely humbled,” said Ebbesen.

In 2015, 127 companies in Denmark participated in the survey that evaluates workplaces against five criteria. The first three—credibility, respect, and fairness—give an insight into whether employees trust management, while the remaining two—pride and community—assess whether employees are proud of their role in the company and the company as a whole.

About Siteimprove:

Since 2003, Siteimprove has provided industry leading Web Governance tools to thousands of organizations worldwide. Headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark and Minneapolis, Siteimprove has a strong presence in dozens of countries across North America, Europe, and the Pacific. Siteimprove’s Web Governance Suite, offered via Software as a Service (SaaS), helps organizations manage and maintain their large websites through web quality assurance, web accessibility, web analytics, SEO analysis and web performance alerts.

About Great Place to Work®: 
Great Place to Work® Institute is a global research, consulting and training firm that helps organizations identify, create and sustain great workplaces through the development of high-trust workplace cultures. Great Place to Work serves businesses, non-profits and government agencies in 51 countries on all six continents.

by Jessica O’Sullivan-Munck
November 18th
2015