Raising awareness of Dunedin’s IT industry locally and globally. This directory highlights high-tech companies that choose to call Dunedin home.
ADInstruments provides data acquisition and analysis solutions for use in life science research and education.
ADInstruments core product, the PowerLab data acquisition system, is supplied with LabChart, Scope and LabTutor software to provide comprehensive data acquisition, display and analysis features for a wide range of applications. Since 1988, PowerLab (also MacLab) systems have been used in the world's best academic, government and private organizations.
At Greengage we build apps for mobile devices - mainly iPhone and iPad. We're also looking to expand to Android and Windows Mobile. Otago businesses now have a local option in Greengage when they want to build their apps. At Greengage we're creating a "finishing school" if you like - a place where new graduates can learn their craft working on real projects using best practices. At Greengage we believe in well-crafted apps and growth - creatively, personally and professionally.
Based in Dunedin, New Zealand, Nomos Limited is an IT company specialising in the creation of targeted solutions for the legal sector. We combine legal experience with business and modern cloud-based software technologies to provide simple user solutions. Our first software as a service ("SAAS") for the management of commercial lease files is currently available for New Zealand firms.
OceanBrowser Ltd is a learning technology company based in Dunedin New Zealand.
Our technologies are employed by leading Universities in the delivery of medical education programmes. Currently we're developing OceanBrowser 3, the web application for professional and postgraduate learning.
Computer Concepts Limited has forged an enviable reputation for providing innovative and cost effective engineering-powered IT expertise in network consultancy, project management and support services. Founded in 1990 by its current Managing Director Darryl Swann, Computer Concepts is privately owned with offices in Auckland, Nelson, Christchurch and Dunedin and a team of engineers in excess of fifty.
The Distiller is a cluster of technopreneurs based in Dunedin founded by Jason Leong, Pierre-Emmanuel De La Bussiere, Tim Calder, James Wigglesworth and Francois Bondiguel. It is a non-profit cluster designed by technopreneurs, for technopreneurs.
The Distiller aims to help entrepreneurs bring their ideas to fruition by providing an environment that encourages progress through knowledge sharing, networking, and cross-inspiration.