Digital Transformation / DX
Artificial Intelligence / AI
Internet of Things / IOT
New Zealand business stories - Page 3
Exclusive: LeapThought CEO on collaboration with Microsoft
LeapThought is a New Zealand-based tech solutions company that offers turnkey digital solutions and software.
Wellington tech companies benefit from record levels of early-stage investment
The rising investment in the New Zealand technology sector is supposedly a reflection of its strong performance globally.
Kiwi social enterprises get a helping hand from SAP
Three social enterprises, Fresh Desk, Lifewise and Rākau Tautoko, are about to get a helping hand to improve the lives of more people through SAP.
Z Energy’s customer fuel management database breached
Z says it believes the data accessed does not include bank details or other information that would put customer finances directly at risk.
NZ-based AI powerhouse Intela teams-up with Anodot
Intela will also act as Anodot's reseller for the Asia Pacific region.
Promapp expands BPM software portfolio
“By integrating training and process management, organisations can increase team engagement."
Jade Software returns to profit after extensive restructure
Jade Software achieved a milestone in 2017 with a return to profit.
Xero announces connected accounting features to bring SMBs and advisors closer
The new products include connected accounting, Xero HQ and Xero Projects updates, and improvements to bank reconciliation.
Kiwi IoT startup expands into USA with exclusive distributor
Wine Grenade’s vision is to provide winemakers with the insights they need to consistently make great wine, year after year.
Xero rebrand reflects evolution from accounting software to business platform
Xero tested different tagline options with customers, partners and staff across its markets.
NZ cryptocurrency retailer partners with NEM Foundation
NEM Foundation was set up to promote the NEM blockchain technology globally with its recently launched US$40 million development fund.
Kiwi AI breast cancer detection solution raises $AU20 million
Wellington-based breast cancer detection firm Volpara Enterprise raises $AU20 million for US expansion
Payment Express and Oxipay join forces with a trans-Tasman partnership
The partnership will see Oxipay rolled out widely as a key digital wallet payment solution.
How to switch off when you’re a small business owner
Taking time out allows you to focus on those important to you and strengthen relationships, which can be a vital reboot.
Instillery and Vo2 merge to expand cloud offerings
The merger further fulfils the company’s ability to offer customers hybrid-cloud solutions and core SaaS applications such as Office 365.
Kiwi investment startup Sharesies celebrates one-year milestone
Online investment platform sees 15,410 customers sign up and $15.7milestone invested in 12 months.
NZ based Connexionz is on the lookout for a new CEO
“We thank Rhod for his efforts and wish him well in his next venture.”
Kiwi adoption of contactless payments driving merchant growth
The study shows that for contactless merchants, growth in customer numbers (8.3%) was double that experienced by non-contactless merchants (3.5%).
NZ’s early stage tech companies bolstered by rising investments - report
Technology Investment Network (TIN) and the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) have launched their third annual investor report.
Spark and Revera join GovTech solutions initiative
Spark and Revera are putting their collective weight behind Creative HQ’s Lightning Lab GovTech programme.
Ākina foundation launches new social enterprise development programme
As part of this programme, Ākina is launching The Impact Initiative, a platform to engage with the sector.
Kiwi agritech start-up uses home-grown marketplace to get legal services
The way New Zealanders are accessing and using lawyers has changed.
e-invoicing, unemployment, foreign trade – Xero comments on Budget 2018
It’s safe to say that in yesterday’s Budget there were very few surprises.
R&D businesses big winners from Budget 2018 – MYOB
Businesses spending more than $100,000 on R&D will be able to claim 12.5 cents back for every dollar they spend on it.