TIN Member Spotlight: Devoli

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Auckland-based Devoli, founded in 2008, is a provider of software and network services for internet service providers (ISPs) and companies with complex network needs. Devoli offers automation tools and interaction software to on-board customers. Automation is what differentiates Devoli from its competitors, having automated the provisioning and management of voice and data networks within Australia and New Zealand using suppliers’ …

TIN Member Spotlight: Seequent

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Seequent was one of our EY Ten Companies to Watch winners in 2020 with an impressive revenue growth of more than 83%. 2021 was an equally transformational year for Seequent, starting with the company being acquired by Bentley Systems for more than NZ$1Billion in June, the appointment of new CEO Graham Grant in the same month and then strategic acquisitions …

TIN Member Spotlight: Fingermark

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Established in 2005, Fingermark has spent 16 years developing and commercialising leading edge data-driven, digital technology solutions to address the problems that really matter to their customers and their customers’ teams. Fingermark has built strategic partnerships with global leaders in two of the world’s biggest industries, Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) and Mining. With a focus on customer experience and human …

TIN Member Spotlight: DataTorque

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DataTorque has appeared on TIN’s Absolute IT Supreme Scale Ups list four times already. With 26% revenue growth since 2020, DataTorque will continue growing rapidly in the coming years, with its excellent results buoyed by the signing of $60m worth of contracts since 2018. DataTorque has been at the forefront of revenue management system automation over the last 20 years, …

TIN Member Spotlight: JAVLN

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Over the last five years, the Fintech sector has consistently maintained its status as the fastest-growing secondary sector on the TIN200, registering a 5-year CAGR of 32% in 2021, with New Zealand fintech companies continuing to perform exceptionally well in spite of Covid, and an increasing number of early-stage fintech companies debuting on TIN’s 100 Early-Stage companies list. TIN member …

TIN Member Spotlight: Howick

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High-tech Manufacturing continues to be the backbone of the TIN200, with established companies in this sector contributing over half ($6.55B) of total revenue in 2020, and consistently demonstrating growth.  Howick Ltd is one such company that has been quietly innovating and building global demand for its products over more than 40 years. Based in East Auckland, Howick Ltd manufactures roll-forming machines through their Howick FRAMA™ Systems, producing bespoke solutions for clients in over 70 countries worldwide. …

TIN Member Spotlight: Fisher & Paykel Healthcare

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The 2021 financial year was a momentous one for Fisher & Paykel Healthcare with demand for its respiratory products and systems soaring as the world battled the spread of COVID-19. Last year, more than 20 million patients around the world were treated using Fisher & Paykel Healthcare products. After opening a fourth manufacturing facility in New Zealand last year to meet the …

TIN Member Spotlight: The Instillery

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Two years ago, The Instillery’s merger with Origin IT not only created a company that aimed “to shake up the world of technology and make sure that New Zealand businesses get the best of the best” – it lifted them high into the TIN100 list in 2020, earning the IT Services & Support provider a place on the EY Ten Companies to Watch …

TIN Member Spotlight: Link Engine Management

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Link Engine Management is a global leader in motorsport electronics and performance technology, specialising in the development, manufacture, and marketing of engine control units (ECUs) built to manage motorsport and powersport vehicles.  With a core product that was 25 years in the making, today Link’s ECUs are exported to more than 74 countries while the company remains proudly headquartered in Christchurch, New Zealand, with offices located in Australia, Spain, the UK, …

TIN Member Spotlight: ADInstruments

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ADInstruments designs and manufactures high-quality electronic hardware and software used for the acquisition of biological signals and data recording for life-science research and education.  For more than 35 years, the Dunedin-based company has been developing, refining and expanding its products and the services they deliver, which have made it a consistent performer in the TIN Report since its first publication. (In …