IT services firm Intergen wins twice in this year’s Wellington Gold Awards, taking home both the Cyber Gold and Supreme Award titles.
Intergen won in the Cyber Gold category on the strength of its leading Wellington, New Zealand and worldwide technology business.
In addition to winning in the Cyber Gold category the company received the Supreme Award from Prime Minister John Key during the gala evening celebrations in Wellington, attended by over a thousand people.
Intergen CEO Simon Bright says, “This is great recognition of the vision the founding directors had in building a truly people-focused technology services business and for the work our people do with our clients every day.
“We’ve been in and committed to the Wellington region for 15 years and in that time have spawned a number of very successful businesses and fostered a number of hugely talented individuals who have gone on to remarkable success. We’re very proud to have played this role and we look forward to our next exciting chapter as we move into our new offices at Press Hall later this year.”
The annual event, established in 1999, recognises entrepreneurship and world class businesses in the Wellington region. The Cyber Gold category specifically recognises leading local technology creators.
Part of the Empired Group, an ASX listed company employing more than 900 people across Australasia, Intergen designs and develops solutions that help companies around the world change the way they do business, helping pave the way for digital transformation and disruption in a way that benefits business in all industries.
Intergen is one of the largest and longest-serving dedicated providers of Microsoft-based solutions in New Zealand. It has received Microsoft Partner awards in eight of the past nine years, and has been overall Partner of the Year four times.