NZ Hi-Tech Award Winners 2017

Frances Valintine inducted into Hall of Fame.

The 2017 NZ Hi-Tech Award winners are:

2017 Flying Kiwi and inductee into the Tait Communications Hi-Tech Hall of Fame
Frances Valintine

Xero Hi-Tech Young Achiever Award
Winner: Aliesha Staples
Highly commended: Kendall Flutey

Qual IT Best Hi-Tech Solution for the Public Sector Award
Winner: Orion Health & HealthOne

IBM Innovative Company of the year Award
Winner: Pushpay

ATEED Best Hi-Tech Solution for the Creative Sector Award
Winner: Shotover Camera Systems

Callaghan Innovation Hi-Tech Maori Innovation Award
Winner: Biolytix

Duncan Cotterill Most Innovative Hi-Tech Software Product Award
Winner: RedShield Security

Endace Most Innovative Hi-Tech Hardware Product Award
Winner: Adherium

Kiwibank Most Innovative Hi-Tech Services Award
Winner: RedShield Security Highly commended: Navilluso Medical

NZTE Best Hi-Tech Solution for the Agritech Sector Award
Winner: Compac

Quick Circuit Most Innovative Hi-Tech Mobile Award
Winner: oDocs EyeCare

New Zealand Venture Investment Fund Hi-Tech Start-up Company of the Year
Winner: Latipay

Coretex Hi-Tech Emerging Company of the Year
Winner: Timely

PwC NZ Hi-Tech Company of the Year Award
Winner: Pushpay

The NZ Hi-Tech Awards
Now in its 23rd year, the New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards celebrate the success of our producers of goods and services from the software, electronics, telecommunications, mobile, agritech, creative and other hi-tech industries.

The Awards are run by the NZ Hi-Tech Trust, a not-for-profit organisation that supports and promotes the wider industry.

The board is made up of ten trustees: Bennett Medary, Vaughan Rowsell and Erin Wanbrough in Auckland, chair Wayne Norrie, John Fokerd, Kirsty Godfrey-Billy and Jennifer Rutherford in Wellington and South Island-based Owen Scott, Helen Shorthouse and Ian Taylor.

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