ICT services company Optimation has recorded 78 percent revenue so far this financial year and has also increased staff numbers.
According to Neil Butler, Optimation’s executive chairman, the company’s positive results are due in part to leading the OHR consortium to win the Department of Corrections outsource contract for application development, maintenance and support.
“The unique outcomes-based engagement model we developed with HCL and Resultex is delivering significant value for Corrections through its combination of strong NZ-based governance and relationship management with global experience and best practice capacity,” he said.
In addition to this, Optimation has reportedly completed “substantial application development projects” for the Medical Council of New Zealand and Resene Paints. The company has also won new business with several organisations across the government, utilities and corporate sectors.
Optimation has further announced that current managing director Martin Butler will be leaving the company at the end of the financial year.