Norkon signs one of Europe’s leading business newspapers
We are excited to announce that Handelsblatt, one of the largest business and financial newspaper in Europe, has launched a project together with Norkon to revamp their market data pages.
“Many of our subscribers are invested in stocks and interested in specific information on companies they are shareholders of”, says Martin Dowideit, Head of Digital Products at Handelsblatt Media Group. “Therefore we are excited to deliver a better experience for our subscribers and soon-to-be-subscribers through a modern and convenient stock market data platform.”
“This project is a milestone for us as a company. We are truly excited about the opportunity to work with both Handelsblatt and WirtschaftsWoche, and pleased to see the continued success of our products and technology.” – Fredrik Nøring, CEO Norkon Computing Systems.
Handelsblatt is the leading business and financial newspaper among Germany’s top decision-makers. Handelsblatt is a byword for up-to-the-minute information, reliable research, serious journalism and objectivity. To read more about Handelsblatt, please visit: https://www.handelsblatt.com/
WirtschaftsWoche is the biggest and most trustworthy business magazine in Germany. It explains the world of business in its depth and shows the reader how to use this knowledge for his private assets and career. To read more about WirtschaftsWoche, please visit: https://www.wiwo.de
Norkon is a real-time technology company specializing in streaming data, big data visualization, and financial data portals for the media and financial sector. Our core technology has been developed and refined since the company’s inception in 2014 and today we work with some of Europe’s largest media groups delivering solutions which helps them engage their users in new and exciting ways. Our financial news solution Pulse, merges streaming market data with editorial content that together with intuitive investment tools help users better understand, explore, monitor, and analyze the financial markets.