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Hi-Tech Awards 2017 finalists announced

Hi-Tech Awards 2017 finalists announced

New Zealand's most innovative companies named in 13 categories

2017 Hi-Tech Awards sees a record number of entries across 13 categories.

2017 Hi-Tech Awards sees a record number of entries across 13 categories.

After a record number of entries, the finalists for the 2017 Hi-Tech Awards were announced at simultaneous events in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch last night.

Entries, which came from as far afield as Kaitaia and Invercargill, were up 30 per cent over last year and Wayne Norrie, chair of the Hi-Tech Trust, said the the standard of entries was also the highest seen.

The finalists will now go into a round of face-to-face judging before the winners are announced at a gala event in Auckland on 12 May..

The finalists are:

PwC Hi-Tech Company of the Year

ARANZ Geo
Invenco
Pushpay Holdings
Serko
Vend
Xero

Coretex Hi-Tech Emerging Company of the Year

Figured
Harmoney
Link Engine Management
SilverStripe
Timely

New Zealand Venture Investment Fund (NZVIF) Hi-Tech Start-Up Company of the Year

AskNicely
Dexibit
Latipay
Performance Lab
Property

IBM Most Innovative Company

Auror
Pushpay
RedShield Security
Simplicity

Callaghan Innovation Maori Innovation Award

Biolytix
Navilluso
Origins Software
Pango Productions

Duncan Cotterill Innovative Hi-Tech Software Product

Auror
Moxion
RedShield Security
Spotlight Reporting

Kiwibank Hi-Tech Innovative Services Award

EROAD
MyBitcoinSaver
Navilluso Medical
RedShield Security
Snowball Effect

Endace Innovative Hi-Tech Hardware Product

Adherium
DARC Technologies
EROAD
Shotover Camera Systems

Quick Circuit Innovative Hi-Tech Mobile Product

beweb
oDocs Eye Care
Motim Technologies

NZTE Innovative Agritech Product

Compac
Figured
PPP Industries
StockX

Xero Hi-Tech Young Achiever

Aleisha Amohia
Jamie Beaton
Kendall Flutey
Aleisha Staples

ATEED Best technology for the Creative Sector

Dexibit
Moxion
Shotover Camera Systems
Shuttlerock

Qual IT Best technology for the Public Sector

Auror
Dexibit
EROAD
Orion Health


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