A software business started in a garage and which now sells billing services to energy companies around the world won last night’s top Westpac Auckland Business Awards prize.
Agility CIS has secured sponsorship and exhibition space at one of the largest Retail Energy conferences in New York.
Agility CIS has been named one of the fastest growing high-tech exporters in this years Technology Investment Network (TIN) list of 10 fastest growing emerging high-tech exporters.
Frontier Utilities was awarded the 2014 Winner of Distinction in the Energy Services category by the Better Business Bureau Education Foundation, which recently recognized BBB accredited companies at its annual Awards of Excellence event.
Agility’s Orion solution has been selected by the Serviceworks Group as its core billing platform for electricity, gas and water.
New Zealand’s biggest systematic annual survey of customer opinion, the Roy Morgan Customer Satisfaction Awards, has given top honours to Orion users in both the electricity and gas retail sectors.
New Zealand is looking at a new wave of sales of state-owned assets, including a number of power companies. It’s a controversial topic. But as Mike Thorne points out in this interview: for some New Zealand companies, change brings opportunity to create new jobs and growth
The unique nature of Tonga’s electricity market, and the special issues associated with serving a nation of multiple small islands, called for a highly configurable solution capable of running on off-the-shelf, standarised hardware and fitting with well established company procedures.
Prime Energy serves electricity, gas and water billing services mostly to strata title holders in the Auckland area.
The Ministry of Science & Innovation has included Agility CIS in its latest round of funding to receive a Technology Development Grant, covering a three-year period from July 2011.