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Centium Software signs on as technology partner

March 20, 2014

Centium Software signs on as technology partner

Centium Software’s leading event management solution will be showcased at MEETINGS, the official trade show of Conventions & Incentives New Zealand (CINZ).

CINZ has signed a three-year partnership with Centium Software that means it becomes MEETINGS’ chosen technology partner.

Centium Software provides software solutions that have become the benchmark for technology in the meetings industry for nearly 20 years in New Zealand. Its sophisticated yet user-friendly system offers unrivalled functionality in the management of events, conferences and meetings.

MEETINGS event manager Jeanette Stanton is thrilled to have Centium Software officially on board as technology partner.

"The highlight of MEETINGS is our appointment programme and Centium’s EventsPro drives this so well. Events Pro has been a great partner for us over the past 18 years. The online diary aspect is unrivalled and we have used this event management solution since 1997 when MEETINGS first started," Ms Stanton says.

Centium Software chief executive Trevor Gardiner says the partnership will allow the company to showcase EventsPro and Events NextGen event management capabilities.

"We have been working with our New Zealand customers since 1995 and are committed to providing great event management software solutions to the market," Mr Gardiner says.

"We know that companies in New Zealand who have invested in EventsPro and now Events NextGen are committed to quality. With our long-standing history, we are excited to be a large part of making MEETINGS happen."

MEETINGS is being held this year at the Auckland ASB Showgrounds on June 18 and 19.


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