Nasdaq Corporate Solutions announced back in October 2016 that it would be using Drupal 8 as the basis for its next generation of Investor Relations (IR) websites, starting early 2017. This is a huge acknowledgement of Drupal 8’s security and reliability as a platform for companies to present investor options and process solutions through their IR websites.
The Nasdaq Stock Market is one of the world’s largest stock exchanges by market capitalization, second only to the New York Stock Exchange. Over three thousand companies, including 63% of the Fortune 500 companies, use Nasdaq Corporate Solutions for their IR websites. These include Apple, Pfizer, Amazon, Google, Starbucks and ExxonMobil.
An IR website is a platform for companies to communicate and share sensitive information with shareholders, investors, investment analysts and the media. This includes financial results, press releases, notice of shareholder meetings, annual reports and corporate governance and social responsibility issues.
Communication with stakeholders and interested parties needs to be effective. Impart information about your company that enables a well-informed investment decision. It’s imperative that sensitive information be kept secure, and access to up-to-date information is fast and reliable.
All IR websites have to comply with strict standards to safeguard investor information. Nasdaq’s employment of Drupal 8 is a tremendous testament to its proven technology and reliability in this regard.
Investor Relations websites can leverage Drupal 8’s many outstanding features, including:
Of course, you don’t have to be a public funded company trading on the stock market to take advantage of what Drupal 8 has to offer your organization. However, the decision by Nasdaq is a powerful endorsement of the benefits that Drupal 8 can bring you.
This powerful CMS has the versatility and flexibility to be used by any company, big or small. If you are considering a new website or a redesign or a Drupal 8 migration, contact a Drupal expert to custom build it for you.
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