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HindustanTimes.com has best tech usage

The fruit of labour has ripened and it is sweet. HindustanTimes.com has won the PC World Web Award for best technology usage among news websites like NDTV, Yahoo, MSN and others.

delhi Updated: May 23, 2007 11:56 IST
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Take a bow. HindustanTimes.com has won the PC World Web Award for Best Technology Usage among News Websites!

In the first year of its Best Indian Websites awards, PC World evaluated 126 websites and rated them on 20 different categories.

On account of site structure, effective interface and its ability to target a diverse variety of users, HindustanTimes.com got the top honours in application of tech segment.

The PC World Web Awards 2007 is a comprehensive initiative by PC World magazine to recognise the best Indian websites across genres like ‘e-mail services’, ‘jobs’, ‘news’, ‘shopping’ and so on.

The cutting edge technological change that Hindustantimes.com has adapted since its total revamp has enabled it to compete and beat news sites like NDTV.com, Sify, Rediff, Expressindia, Times of India, MSN and Yahoo, among others.

After all, HindustanTimes.com has creatively used technology to empower the user, allowing net surfers to gather their daily dose of news and other updates. With Microsoft as its technology partner, the website takes advantage of the foremost features of Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0, combined with out-of-the-box functionalities of the Commerce Server 2007 to deliver an enriching experience for the user. The website has the latest and most user-friendly technology to ensure a great online experience.

This is undoubtedly a moment of pride for everyone since this success has been achieved when the website is just into the 4th week since its revamp. For HindustanTimes.com it’s the commitment to deliver a quality product that will always count. So while the team quietly celebrates, they aim to keep striving to take their product a step higher.

Endlessly long working hours, broken backs, stressful days and nights… the fruit of labour has ripened and it is sweet!

First Published: May 22, 2007 15:42 IST