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Siemon continues family tradition with newest CEO and president
The Siemon Company, a global network infrastructure specialist, has announced Henry Siemon is the company’s new president and CEO, effective 1 January 2021.
Kiwi tech sector grows, boosted by game development and local IT companies
“We are seeing sectors like the game developers growing exports at exponential rates, local IT companies working through the night helping other sectors rapidly become more digital."
EncompaaS brings on new chief customer officer as part of growth strategy
EncompaaS, the cloud-based compliance platform, has appointed David Gould as chief customer officer, with an intention to boost the company’s global presence.
Edge analytics market set to be worth $1.18 billion by 2025
Demand for machine intelligence and artificial intelligence applications at the edge is driving the market adoption of edge analytics, Frost & Sullivan finds.
Claroty records huge growth for the first half of 2020
Claroty has recorded significant revenue growth in the Asia Pacific region including Japan (APJ) in the first half of 2020, due to increasing demand for critical infrastructure security in the region.
Thycotic reports 67% rise in revenue
The company's sales were also up by 35% year on year, with staff numbers also rising by 50%.
Harvey Norman NZ financial results exposed
The tech and furniture retailer capped off a successful financial year.
Nutanix announces continued growth in A/NZ region
Nutanix has continued to see strong growth in the Australia and New Zealand regions as the company opens the doors to a new flagship office in Sydney.
Reckon shakes up leadership team in new plan for growth
CEO Clive Rabie will step down as CEO, to be replaced by current MD Sam Allert.
Nutanix continues revenue growth for Q2, acquires Minjar
The company reported Q2 revenues of $286.7 million with growth rates of 44% year-over-year.
IGEL attribute growth to demand for a better user experience
IGEL say that their transition to a focus on end-user software has driven their growth both globally and in the A/NZ market.
Virtual Instruments reports record customer growth in 2017
It says the past year was its best year to date when looking at customer bookings, with a 173% growth rate in new customers.