SAP specialist Oxygen will post a record financial year at the end of June, says chief executive Mike Smith. “We’ve beaten our revenue target by 12% and our profit target by 10%,” he says.
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Optimation founder Neil Butler is stepping down from his role as chief executive to concentrate on strategy and other parts of the business. The company will go to market for a new CEO. “We’re undertaking a search process,” he says. “I will still be an executive director but I want to be more strategic. It’s 16 years since I set up the business.
Revera is opening a hosting facility in Christchurch, leasing building space at the Addington Business Park. The company has relocated four staff to operate the business.
A proposed restructuring plan to save Manabars Technologies has collapsed following the threat of legal action, and the company has been placed into liquidation by the High Court.
Services company CodeBlue has gone national by signing licensing agreements with companies in Wellington and Christchurch, to complement its Auckland and Hamilton offices. Infopower, in Wellington, and itSynergy, in Christchurch, will now trade under the CodeBlue banner.
Small to medium businesses (SMBs) are massively important to the economy.