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  • In pictures: Oscars of the NZ ICT industry

    At a glitzy evening that brought together the who's-who of the ICT industry in New Zealand, winners of the NZ Hi-Tech Awards 2014 were announced last week. Orion Health, Vend and Vmob were prominent winners of the year, winning two awards each, with Vmob also being singled out for a special commendation in a third category. The more than 50 local and international judges who assessed entrants across the 12 categories included a generous number of commendations, besides choosing winners, in multiple categories.

  • Auckland IT scene: Nurturing innovation

    All five finalists in the company of the decade category in this year’s Hi-Tech Awards are Auckland-based – Rakon, Endace, Orion Health, Datacom (established in Christchurch) and Fisher & Paykel Healthcare.

  • New categories feature in Hi-Tech Awards

    Two new categories in this year’s Hi-Tech Awards are expected to boost entry numbers, say organisers.
    The first is the International Business Wales Exporter of the Year which demonstrates achievement in global sales with technology products or services that have been developed locally. It recognises companies that have sold internaitonally for at least three years.

  • NZ Hi-Tech Awards finalists announced

    The names of the 32 finalists in the PricewaterhouseCoopers New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards 2007 have been released, with the winner to be revealed at a Gala award on November 3 in Wellington.
    The awards recognise the leading entrepreneurs and innovators from the information and communications technology sector. Previous winners include Navman, Rakon, Endace Measurement Systems and Pulse Data.