The generalization and development of e-services in the country helped Finland to reach the top of the list. Digital Economy Rankings research compared the utilisation of electronic communications and information technology in seventy countries. This year's ranking focused specifically on the development of broadband and mobile connections. Sweden reached the top of the ranking, Denmark was second and the United States third.
Citizens and companies are able to and want to use for instance e-services more than what is available now. For this reason it is important that both the public sector and companies continue developing more intelligent solutions, comments Johan Sandell, General Manager of IBM Finland.
In 2009 Finland ranked as the world's tenth most advanced digital economy. More information on the ranking can be accessed via the following link: www-935.ibm.com
Source: Good News from Finland