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Promapp Ranked #4 in TIN Top Ten Hot Emerging Companies

Promapp Ranked #4 in TIN Top Ten Hot Emerging Companies

Auckland, 18 October 2017 – Promapp <> , a leading provider of cloud-based business process management (BPM) software, was ranked fourth in the TIN Top Ten Hot Emerging Companies for 2017 at the Technology Investment Network’s awards ceremony, staged in Auckland last night.

The Ten Hot Emerging Companies list represents the Next100 companies with the highest dollar value increase in revenue in the past year. Included are companies that have achieved a minimum growth of 5%.

Promapp’s CEO, Ivan Seselj credits the company’s strong growth to increased market interest in cloud-based process improvement solutions and Promapp’s continued global sales and marketing expansion, particularly in the UK, Europe and North America.

“More organisations are understanding the important role process management and improvement play in driving innovation, staff engagement and competitive advantage. Leading C-suite executives are now making it a priority to create an environment that enables teams to drive effective change management and to ensure that critical process information is captured and presented in formats that teams across the business will actually use,” said Seselj.

Promapp was also highlighted in the prestigious 2017 TIN100 report which monitors and analyses the performance of New Zealand’s 200 (TIN100 and Next100) largest technology exporters in the areas of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), High-tech Manufacturing and Biotechnology.

TIN is the leading independent source of information on New Zealand’s technology sector and has been tracking the pulse of New Zealand’s technology exporters for nearly 20 years.

Promapp provides cloud-based business process mapping software which enables process improvement, quality assurance and risk management in line with ISO, Six Sigma and Lean principles. The software is designed to replace hardcopy procedure manuals and is used by more than 110 local councils across Australia and New Zealand as well as global organisations including Coca-Cola Amatil, Toyota, Konica Minolta and Department of Justice, Victoria.

Earlier this year, the company was recognised by US-based Aragon Research as one of the five Hot Vendors in Business Process Management 2017. Promapp was also one of 53 New Zealand companies ranked on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500™ Asia Pacific 2016, a ranking of the 500™ fastest growing technology companies in the Asia Pacific.

About Promapp
Established in 2002, Promapp works with hundreds of organisations worldwide to foster a thriving business improvement and process management culture.

Promapp’s cloud-based business process management (BPM) software makes it easy to create, navigate, share and change business processes, enabling continuous improvement, risk management, quality assurance and business continuity. Providing an intuitive online process repository, an integrated process mapping tool, and a process improvement toolset, Promapp’s proprietary software supports the development of smarter and safer ways to work, while encouraging sharing of information by operational teams rather than limiting it to process analysts and technical specialists.

Promapp’s wide range of public and private sector customers includes: Coca-Cola Amatil, Air New Zealand, WesTrac, Lumo Energy, Toyota, Ricoh, McDonald's, Audi Australia, Department of Justice, Victoria, Adelaide City Council, Waikato District Council and Southland Regional Council. The company is headquartered in Auckland, New Zealand. <>

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