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Inaugural NZ Excellence Awards recognises 18 companies

Frost & Sullivan’s inaugural New Zealand Excellence Awards 2014 recognises 18 companies for best practices

Auckland, New Zealand, 28 August 2014 – Frost & Sullivan held its inaugural New Zealand Excellence Awards on 28 August 2014 at Villa Maria, presenting a total of 18 awards to companies across the industries of Food, Energy and Power, Healthcare and Information Communication Technologies.

The New Zealand Excellence Awards will be an annual event to honour companies that have demonstrated outstanding achievement and superior performance in their respective market segments.

“We are very proud to host the annual awards in New Zealand to celebrate the achievements of New Zealand companies. Frost & Sullivan’s awards play an important role recognising those who are driving innovation and achieving best practices across various industries in the New Zealand market. This is our first year of awards in New Zealand, and we are pleased to be able to recognise exceptional accomplishments and exemplary achievements in several of the markets we operate in,” said Andre Clarke, Country Manager, Frost & Sullivan New Zealand.

He added, “The awards reflect a lot of hard work by the recipients, and Frost & Sullivan is pleased to confer these awards in acknowledgment of this. We hope these awards encourage market players to continue to strive for greater success across industries. As we continue to identify companies deserving distinction, I am confident that this awards banquet will continue to grow and be the most anticipated event of the year by the local business community.”

Award recipients for the 2014 New Zealand Excellence Awards were identified based on extensive secondary research conducted by Frost & Sullivan’s analysts, in-depth interviews and analysis. In order to identify best practices, companies are typically studied on their revenues, market share, capabilities, product or service innovation and overall contribution to the industry.

Frost & Sullivan congratulates all the recipients of the 2014 New Zealand Excellence Awards.

2014 Frost & Sullivan New Zealand Excellence Awards Recipients

CategoryAward Recipient
Energy & Environment
2014 Asia Pacific Customer Value Enhancement Award in DC Power SystemsEnatel Ltd
2014 New Zealand Energy Management Services Company of the YearABB Limited
2014 New Zealand Electric Vehicle Charging Company of the YearJuicepoint
2014 New Zealand Smart Grid Solutions Company of the YearSilver Spring Networks
2014 New Zealand Facilities Management Company of the YearISS Facility Services
Healthcare
2014 New Zealand Mobile Health Company of the YearVensa Health
2014 New Zealand Medical Imaging New Product Innovation Leadership AwardAranz Medical Limited
2014 New Zealand Aged Care Industry Emerging Company of the YearBupa Care Services
2014 New Zealand Aged Care Company of the YearRyman Healthcare Ltd
Food
2014 New Zealand Animal Nutritional Feed Company of the YearAlltech
2014 New Zealand Nutraceutical Company of the YearVitaco Health
2014 New Zealand Edible Oil Company of the YearThe Village Press
Information and Communication Technology
2014 New Zealand Network Security Vendor of the YearCheck Point Software Technologies
2014 New Zealand Enterprise Telephony System Integrator of the YearCogent Limited
2014 New Zealand Contact Center Outsourcing Service Provider of the YearDatacom
2014 New Zealand Unified Communications System Integrator of the YearSpark Digital
2014 New Zealand Hosted Contact Center Service Provider of the YearSpark Digital
2014 New Zealand Data Center Hosting Service Provider of the YearSpark Digital

For more details on the 2014 New Zealand Excellence Awards log-in to http://www.frost-apac.com/newzealandawards. You may also connect with Frost & Sullivan on social media, including Twitter, Facebook, SlideShare, and LinkedIn, for the latest news and updates. We also invite you to join the conversation using @FrostSullivanAP.

The 2014 Frost & Sullivan New Zealand Excellence Awards was held in conjunction with the Growth, Innovation and Leadership (GIL) Congress 2014: New Zealand.

About Frost & Sullivan
Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Partnership Company, works in collaboration with clients to leverage visionary innovation that addresses the global challenges and related growth opportunities that will make or break today's market participants. For more than 50 years, we have been developing growth strategies for the global 1000, emerging businesses, the public sector and the investment community. Is your organization prepared for the next profound wave of industry convergence, disruptive technologies, increasing competitive intensity, Mega Trends, breakthrough best practices, changing customer dynamics and emerging economies? Contact us: Start the discussion

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