TracPlus among Deloitte Fast 50 in New Zealand
The Deloitte Fast 50 regional awards, focusing on year over year growth, were presented this week to leading companies in New Zealand. TracPlus was named the fastest growing technology company in the southern region of the country.
TracPlus describes its revenue growth over the past three years as being exceptional, but points specifically to past 18 months based on the direction of new CEO, Trevor McIntyre.
“People, purpose, product and performance is what makes a company tick and when you have all of these in balance, you see a type of synergy that just works,” McIntyre said. “Above all else though, it is the heart-centred approach that has made TracPlus what it is today.”
McIntyre continues to explain how a sense of empathy for customers and the industry are at the cornerstone of TracPlus. “You can't build a great product without a deep understanding and innate empathy for your customers true needs.”
McIntyre, according to TracPlus, has completed over $3.4 billion in global transactions in technology sectors. TracPlus provides global tracking, communication and collaboration technology to enable EMS, first responder, search and rescue, tourism, exploration, defence and general aviation operators to share real-time information.
All regional winners of the Deloitte Fast 50 will compete for a place on the national Deloitte Fast 50 index in November. The index ranks the top 50 businesses according to their revenue growth over the past three years.
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