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MYOB Enterprise Solutions New Zealand Partner of the Year

6 March 2015


MYOB Enterprise Solutions New Zealand Partner of the Year announced


Leading specialist business solutions providers Brunton (NZ) Ltd and Enprise Solutions have been recognised as the MYOB Enterprise Solutions Partner of the Year 2014, it was announced at the awards ceremony in Gold Coast, Australia this week.

The award recognises a partner’s high level of excellence across sales, growth and client service of MYOB Enterprise Solution clients in New Zealand in 2014.

Brunton also received a second award for Excellence in Business Growth New Zealand, and Enprise Solutions for Excellence in Business Development New Zealand.

Andrew Birch, General Manager of Industry Solutions, MYOB recognised the two leading partners for their exceptional work in New Zealand.

“It was a tough competition this year with Brunton who have grown rapidly and delivered great service for their customers, and then Enprise Solutions who have been a long-term trusted partner and the initial developers of our EXO technology. We’re delighted to have such a strong network of partners and to be able to recognise both Brunton and Enprise Solutions for their continuous efforts,” Mr Birch says.

“Both Brunton and Enprise Solutions have done incredible work in 2014 delivering outstanding results, and we’re looking forward to an even bigger year with our partners in 2015.”

Brunton CEO Sue Brunton says: “We have invested in EXO and built a strong team around being able to deliver excellent service to our clients. At Brunton, we work alongside our clients to improve optimise and grow their businesses. It’s rewarding for the whole Brunton team to achieve the status of Partner of the Year in only our second year of being an MYOB Enterprise partner.”

Enprise CEO, Mark Loveys says: “I’m thrilled to accept these awards on behalf of the Enprise team. We are dedicated to delivering outstanding results for our business customers throughout Australasia, using innovative MYOB software solutions and the deep expertise of our people. 2014 was a great year for us and our customers – and this looks set to continue in 2015”.

Brunton is an accounting software solutions provider, specialising in training, implementing and supporting MYOB EXO. The company has expertise in complex ERP systems, systems integration and building personalised solutions that have functional, easy to use features that enable better management, higher productivity and measurable growth. To complement accounting software solutions the company also provides payroll software and processing, online/offline POS systems and complete IT hardware solutions.

Enprise Solutions is a leading provider of service and solutions based on the MYOB EXO and MYOB Advanced software platforms for mid-sized businesses. A division of Enprise Group, which was listed on the NZAX in December 2014, Enprise Solutions supports around 750 MYOB EXO customers across Australasia, with offices in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Sydney and Melbourne.

Winners for other award categories were announced at the event, including:

• 2014 MYOB Enterprise Solutions Partner of the Year award winners – Brunton and Enprise Solutions

• 2014 MYOB Enterprise Solutions Excellence in Business Development – Enprise Solutions

• 2014 MYOB Enterprise Solutions Partner Excellence in Business Growth – Brunton

• 2014 MYOB Enterprise Solutions Partner Excellence in Marketing – Acclaim Group


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