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BI company gets Westpac recognition

BI company gets Westpac recognition

Stellar Consulting recognised at Westpac Business Awards

Business Intelligence provider Stellar Consulting has seen its work recognised at Westpac’s Auckland Central Business Awards, held this weekend. The company, founded four years ago, was selected as a finalist in the Best Emerging Business and Excellence in Service Delivery categories at the gala event in Auckland. Ever since it started, the BI services provider has grown from a team of five to over 25. Last week, it was named on the Deloitte Fast 50 index, having achieved revenue growth of nearly 250 percent.

 

“We stick to our knitting, we hire the finest talent available, and we take pride in executing projects with precision," says Grant Broadbent, Stellar’s managing director.

 

Stellar works with a blue chip list of leading New Zealand companies and organisations including Toyota and Auckland Council.


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