Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 

Company-X in running for Excellence in IT award

Company-X in running for Excellence in IT and ExportNZ awards

HAMILTON, NEW ZEALAND, June 29, 2018: Fast-growing Hamilton software specialist Company-X is a finalist in the New Zealand Excellence in IT Awards.

Company-X director Jeremy Hughes and his team of business analysts, support analysts and software developers are finalists in the Excellence in Govtech category in the national awards held every two years.


ON POINT: Company-X director Jeremy Hughes, gesticulating, with the One Network Road Classification Performance Measures Reporting Tool team.


This award is for a team or individual who has achieved outstanding results through technology innovation in any aspect of central or local government IT. This could include anything related to Government, including open data and open government projects.

The One Network Road Classification Performance Measures Reporting Tool, built by Company-X for New Zealand roading authorities, has caught the attention of the IT Excellence Awards judges.

It’s the second time Jeremy, who founded Company-X in 2012 with David Hallett, has been up for a New Zealand Excellence in IT Award. Jeremy was nominated in the Excellence in Public Sector IT category in the 2016 New Zealand Excellence in IT Awards.

The winner will be announced at a gala dinner at ITx, New Zealand’s Conference of IT, on July 12.

Company-X was also recently named a finalist in the 2018 Air New Zealand Cargo ExportNZ Awards.

The software specialist is a finalist in the BDO Best Medium Business for Services category.

Company-X clients include large, multi-national, businesses headquartered overseas, for whom Company-X has designed and developed bespoke software solutions.

Company-X won the Services Exporter of the Year award at the Air New Zealand Cargo ExportNZ Awards last year for businesses with export revenue of up to $10 million.

“Our awards showcase a cross-section of some of our most ingenious and innovative businesses in the export sector,” ExportNZ Waikato Manager Sharon Robertson says.

This year, the category winners from the respective ExportNZ regional awards programmes

automatically qualify for entry into the New Zealand International Business Awards (NZIBA), run by New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE).

ExportNZ Auckland and ExportNZ Waikato are divisions of the Employers and Manufacturers Association. The 2018 awards will be presented at a black-tie gala dinner on Thursday, June 28 in Auckland.

David and Jeremy thanked the Company-X team after becoming finalists.

“We’re finalists in these awards because of our hard working and dedicated team,” David says.

“We only hire the best and the brightest, that is why we do so well,” Jeremy says.

Company-X entered the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 at number 330 in December, having achieved revenue growth of 138 per cent over three years. The number of Company-X jobs has almost doubled since November, 2016, from around 30 to nearly 60.


About Company-X
Company-X is an innovative multi-award-winning software specialist based in Hamilton, New Zealand.
Clients range from large, multi-national, businesses headquartered overseas, to small and medium sized enterprises in New Zealand.
Company-X’s world leading team design, develop and test bespoke software solutions for its clients.
Company-X was ranked at number 330 on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2017 index of the 500 fastest growing technology companies in the Asia Pacific region. Rankings were based on percentage revenue growth over three years.
Company-X won the Services Exporter of the Year category at the Air New Zealand Cargo ExportNZ Awards 2017.
Company-X also won the Homegrown Innovators Independent Software Vendor Award at the Reseller News ICT Awards 2017.
The Company-X developed One Network Road Classification Performance Measures Reporting Tool won the Roading Asset Management Innovation Award at the Road Infrastructure Management Forum in 2017.

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 

Up 0.5% In June Quarter: Services Lead GDP Growth

“Service industries, which represent about two-thirds of the economy, were the main contributor to GDP growth in the quarter, rising 0.7 percent off the back of a subdued result in the March 2019 quarter.” More>>

ALSO:

Pickers: Letter To Immigration Minister From Early Harvesting Growers

A group of horticultural growers are frustrated by many months of inaction by the Minister who has failed to announce additional immigrant workers from overseas will be allowed into New Zealand to assist with harvesting early stage crops such as asparagus and strawberries. More>>

ALSO:

Non-Giant Fossil Disoveries: Scientists Discover One Of World’s Oldest Bird Species

At 62 million-years-old, the newly-discovered Protodontopteryx ruthae, is one of the oldest named bird species in the world. It lived in New Zealand soon after the dinosaurs died out. More>>

Rural Employers Keen, Migrants Iffy: Employment Visa Changes Announced

“We are committed to ensuring that businesses are able to get the workers they need to fill critical skills shortages, while encouraging employers and regions to work together on long term workforce planning including supporting New Zealanders with the training they need to fill the gaps,” says Iain Lees-Galloway. More>>

ALSO:

Marsden Pipeline Rupture: Report Calls For Supply Improvements, Backs Digger Blame

The report makes several recommendations on how the sector can better prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from an incident. In particular, we consider it essential that government and industry work together to put in place and regularly practise sector-wide response plans, to improve the response to any future incident… More>>

ALSO: