Trineo 62nd in Asia-Pacific top 500

TAMLYN STEWART
Last updated 05:00 07/12/2012
Trineo directors Abhinav Keswani (left) and Daniel Fowlie.

Trineo directors Abhinav Keswani (left) and Daniel Fowlie.

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Christchurch software firm Trineo was placed 62nd in the annual Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific index of the region’s fastest growing technology businesses.

Trineo is one of only four Christchurch companies to make the list. The index ranks the top 500 technology businesses in the region according to their revenue growth over the past three years.

Trineo was 62nd, with revenue growth of 769 per cent over the last three years.

The firm was founded by directors Abhinav Keswani and Dan Fowlie in 2008 and now has satellite offices in Auckland and Sydney. It specialises in Salesforce.com and custom Ruby on Rails - a web application framework that allows for the development of custom-made software.

The business has just completed a major project for Westfield - creating one of Australia's biggest online stores, and is providing on-going support for one of the world's largest travel websites.

Other Christchurch companies to make the list were NZ Tax Refunds, which was 105th with revenue growth of 539 per cent; three-dimensional geological modelling software development company ARANZ Geo 338th (149 per cent) and email service support firm SMTP2GO 368th (136 per cent).

Leading the list of New Zealand businesses was transport technology and services company EROAD, which was ranked 10th.

Wellington-based businesses led the way with 18 on the index, while there were 17 from Auckland and five each from Christchurch and Hamilton.

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- BusinessDay.co.nz

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