Gentrack Named One of EY Ten Companies to Watch by Technology Investment Network

Gentrack is delighted to have ranked #7 in the EY Ten Companies to Watch list in the 2018 Technology Investment Network (TIN) Report, launched at an awards event in Auckland last night.

Sponsored by organisations including New Zealand Trade and Enterprise and EY, the report monitors the performance of NZ’s 200 (TIN100 and Next100) largest technology exporters in various sectors. The EY Ten Companies to Watch are the TIN100 companies with the largest revenue growth in the past year. Gentrack’s ranking recognises its significant contribution to NZ’s economy with its $22,500,000 revenue growth.

Ian Black, Gentrack’s Chief Executive, said: “Being named one of the EY Ten Companies to Watch is a great achievement for us as we continue to fulfil our commitment to contribute significant value to New Zealand’s economy.

“Gentrack was established in Auckland almost three decades ago, and since then the business has gone from strength to strength, becoming a truly global tech business with over 550 staff, enabling more than 200 utilities and airports across 30 countries to deliver great service to their customers.

“Thanks to our talented people and the support of our loyal customers, Gentrack has become the successful business it is today, and we look forward to further growth and innovation.”

Copies of the TIN Report can be obtained at

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