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Finalists announced for 2009 PwC Hi-Tech Awards

Finalists announced for 2009 PwC Hi-Tech Awards

The PricewaterhouseCoopers New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards finalists were announced at functions in Auckland and Christchurch yesterday.

Winners of the awards in each category will be announced in Christchurch on May 1.

The finalists are:

PricewaterhouseCoopers Supreme Award NZ Hi-Tech Company of the Year

Compac Sorting Equipment www.compacsort.com

Fisher & Paykel Healthcare www.fphcare.com

Orion Health www.orionhealth.com

IRL Emerging Company Award

BookIt www.bookit.co.nz

Sentient Software www.sentientsoftware.co.nz

Sonar6 www.sonar6.com

Enatel Innovative Hardware Product

INRO Technologies www.inro.co.nz

NextWindow www.nextwindow.com

Times-7 www.times-7.com

Vesper Marine www.vespermarine.com

Recruit IT Innovative Software Product Award

Biomatters www.biomatters.com

Massive Software www.massivesoftware.com

Mobile Commerce www.mcom.co.nz

Orion Health www.orionhealth.com

Sonar6 www.sonar6.com

Straker www.shadocms.com

HiFX Innovative Service Product Award

Sonar6 www.sonar6.com

Truescape Visual Reality www.truescapevisualreality.co.nz

Xero www.xero.com

Endace Young Achiever Award

Andrew Graham

Alain Richardt

John-Daniel Trask

SwayTech Hi-Tech Journalist Award

Anthony Doesburg

Keith Newman

Divina Paredes

Tom Pullar-Strecker

Outstanding Individual Contribution Award

Milton Bloomfield

Scott Gilmour

Dr Claire McGowan

Outstanding Industry Initiative Award

DigitalNZ www.digitalnz.org

eDay www.eday.org.nz

The Distiller www.thedistiller.org


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