WMA Gives Scirus 2004 Best Directory Or Search Engine WebAward
Scirus received the 2004 "Best Directory or Search Engine" WebAward today from the Web Marketing Association (WMA).
Entries were judged against ever-increasing Internet standards and peers on a worldwide basis, and the assessment included overall design, innovation, content, technology, interactivity, copywriting and ease of use.
"We are proud to receive such a respected international award recognising our commitment to providing an unbiased and user-friendly resource for Web searching," said Ammy Vogtlander, general manager of Scirus. "Our team of experts in search technology and science are continuously expanding the index to ensure it remains as comprehensive as possible. This award is another indicator that we are delivering on our promise to offer the best tool for finding reliable scientific and academic information on the Web."
Since 1997, the WebAwards competition has been conducted annually by the WMA, a Boston-based, global organisation founded with the purpose of evaluating and recognising the standard of excellence on the World Wide Web. Over 1500 entries from around the world were judged in this year's competition.
Previous winners of these prestigious, international awards include IBM US, Levi's, The New York Times, Kodak, Sony, Nike, Sprint and FedEx.
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