Seequent has been named a finalist in the Company of the Year category in the New Zealand PwC Hi-Tech Awards for 2021.
The awards celebrate New Zealand’s most successful high-tech companies and highest achieving individuals. It is one of the technology sector’s most sought-after accolades.
The standard of entries continues to grow every year according to Chair of the Hi-Tech Trust, David Downs, “This year’s finalists span the full spectrum of the high-tech sector and the country, and the level of innovative tech products and solutions continues to astound us all.”
The Trust was established in 2009 to advance the growth and success of New Zealand’s hi-tech industries through an awards and education programme.
Several local and international award judges have commented that the quality and volume of this year’s entries is at an all-time high and predict that the next phase of judging will prove even more challenging as they select the winners from such a strong pool of finalists.
Seequent is recognised internationally as the market leader in Geoscience Earth Modelling software across the Mining, Civil, Construction, Environmental, and Energy sectors. The Christchurch (NZ) headquartered company has offices spanning five regions: Asia/Pacific, Africa, Latin America, North America, and Europe.
Last Night Medsalv was announced as a Finalist in the Startup Company of the year Category at the 2021 NZ Hi-Tech Awards, which received the most entries ever this year.
We’re thrilled that our work to improve the health sector is being recognized with Medsalv a finalist amongst such a talented group of companies.
We’re proud of what we are achieving thanks to our growing list of hospitals opting for more sustainable, more affordable healthcare.
Congratulations to the other finalists Moxion, FileInvite, Hectre – Orchard Management Software, and Rocos
We’re super excited to be finalists in the NZ Hi-Tech Awards for our work with the Student Volunteer Army.