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Stellar service wins AUT business award

6 September 2013

Stellar service wins AUT business award

Stellar Consulting, which is New Zealand’s largest independent business intelligence (BI) consultancy, was last night named a winner at the 2013 AUT Excellence in Business Support Awards dinner, held in Auckland.

The award for the best “Business under $5m turnover – Management Services” follows another year of rapid growth for Stellar, which works with many of the country’s leading companies and with 30 BI specialists recently opened a new office in Wellington.

Grant Broadbent, Stellar’s Managing Director, said “We are really proud of this win. Excellent service is at the heart of our culture. We are delighted with this recognition for the results we get for clients and for showing what BI can achieve.”

Sponsored by Image Print, the award recognises Stellar’s commitment to delivering quality BI solutions to many leading New Zealand enterprises - enabling them to unlock efficiencies and opportunities from better use of information and technology.

AUT business awards judge and Associate Professor of Management at the AUT Faculty of Business and Law, Dr Coral Ingley, said “Congratulations to Stellar for their well-deserved win. The extent to which the company has reporting and systems in place to manage their business effectively is impressive - as is their commitment to excellence in service delivery - which is reflected in their business operations and results.”


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