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Nutanix continues revenue growth for Q2, acquires Minjar
The company reported Q2 revenues of $286.7 million with growth rates of 44% year-over-year.
EXCLUSIVE: Lenovo A/NZ subsidiaries' impressive finances
Lenovo’s A/NZ subsidiary have posted $699 million in revenue for 2017, improving on 2016’s numbers by $56m.
MYOB sees record online subscriber growth and migration rates
“We are seeing more and more accountants and SMEs embrace their digital future and migrate online,” - CEO Tim Reed.
Despite H1 revenue drop, Hills expect a profitable year
Hills attributes the fall in revenue to the exiting of the unprofitable NBN satellite installation business and a shortfall in antenna sales.
Telstra takes on shifting market and comes out on top
“We are stepping up how we aggressively compete in the market."
Empired signal NZ election woes with marginal revenue rise
The company experienced an overall revenue increase of 2% despite a 13% decline in NZ.
Reckon Group FY17 results shows investment for future growth
Reckon Group’s Document Management Business has demerged and listed on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange.
NBN achieve double revenue figures according to half-year financial report
As at 31 December 2017, NBN declared that 6.1 million premises are ‘ready to connect’ and a total of 7.1 million premises are ‘ready for service’.
JB Hi-Fi driving strong gains with surging Aussie growth, despite NZ decline
The company reported a $1.1 billion rise in total sales revenue in its half-year 2018 results.
Microsoft quarterly earnings report
Microsoft announced their financial results for the quarter ended December 31, 2017.
Samsung posts healthy Q4 profit and 50:1 stock split
The company has seen its share price soar since the announcement on Wednesday.
Veeam ‘on track’ to be a $1 billion company according to latest financial report
The enterprise software company has posted $827M in total bookings revenue in 2017, an increase of 36% year-over-year.
Enprise reports steady growth in half-year financial report
The company lists its total half-year revenue at $4.7 million (an increase of 10.40%).
Huge cloud turnaround spurs TechnologyOne's financial growth
The company added 112 new customers to the TechnologyOne Cloud this year.
NBN reports “strong growth” with Q1 fiscal 2018 results
NBN says the Q1 report shows strong results across all key targets.
Xero posts half-year earnings, announces delisting from NZX
“Our strategy is to drive further growth in markets like UK, North America and Southeast Asia,” says CEO Rod Drury.
Intel posts financial growth for Q3, increases full-year outlook
The company is particularly pleased with record quarterly results from their data centre, Internet of Things (IoT) and memory businesses.
Microsoft financial growth driven by cloud revenue
The company reported a better-than-expected annual cloud revenue run rate of $20.4 billion (USD).
HPE reports steady revenue growth with its fiscal 3rd quarter results
The company says the results indicate an encouraging sign of the progress they're making.
NEXTDC names FY17 'most significant year in history'
From $1.8 million profit in 2016 to $23 million profit in 2017, NEXTDC is naming it as the most significant year in its history.
Webroot pops the bubbly for another successful year
The cybersecurity vendor posting 15 percent year-over-year bookings growth for its fiscal year ending June 2017 as well as sealing a number of awards.
Cognizant reveals financial results for Q2 2017
The company posted a rise in revenue to $3.67 billion, up 8.9% from the year-ago quarter and 3.5% sequentially.
Fujitsu’s Q1 2017 financial results a mixed bag of good and bad
While the company has experienced great success in Japan, elsewhere its revenue and profits appear to be declining.
Renesas Electronics undergoes significant growth in Q2 this year
The company has plenty to be satisfied about, with its President and CEO reporting it as a successful expansion.