Raising awareness of Dunedin’s IT industry locally and globally. This directory highlights high-tech companies that choose to call Dunedin home.
Digital Office is a not-for-profit organisation established to set up and lead the community based Dunedin Digital Strategy projects.
Our Mission is to work closely with community groups and businesses across Otago to understand digital needs, support digital projects, lead digital initiatives and ensure the successful outcomes of Digital Strategy projects.
Areo was founded in 2006 to commercialize photorealistic rendering research begun in 2000.We have an experienced research, production, hardware engineering and project management team who have developed photogrammetric tools for use in many industries.
Having started out as a gaming developer, Areo have produced multiple award winning computer games by recreating real life (3D) environments.
Business to Markets Ltd empowers exporters in the engineering, hi-tech and specialised manufacturing sectors to grow faster in niche B2B export markets. We do this by helping exporters:
- Develop and successfully implement marketing strategies.
- Overcome barriers to growth.
- Exhibit at international trade fairs.
Tussock Innovation is a Dunedin based Electronic Product Design consultancy company. We focus on providing an accessible service to guide our clients through the product development process, regardless of their level of experience. We provide turnkey solutions as well as the nitty gritty technical services such as PCB Design and Embedded Software Development.
PocketSmith is a personal finance and budgeting web application, utilizing a calendar that forecasts users' future cash positions.
It makes complex financial tasks simple, through allowing users to see their budget in a relevant format. It then guides users to think about the future by generating predicted balances for each day in the calendar for up to 12 months ahead, which illustrates the impact of their financial decisions.
In May 2007 VentureVoIP was launched by the then Prime Minister of New Zealand, Helen Clark. Initially the new company focussed on getting established in the New Zealand market to provide a solid foundation for worldwide sales. Once this was completed VentureVoIP started to focus on establishing relationships to provide both software and hardware solutions internationally.