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Promapp a Kiwi company to watch, according to Deloitte

15 Mar 2016

Promapp, the cloud-based business process management (BPM) software provider, has been named one of the 54 New Zealand companies ranked on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2015.

Looking at percentage revenue growth over three years, Deloitte ranked the 500 fastest growing technology companies in the Asia Pacific Region. Promapp reportedly grew 93% during the forecast period.

Promapp provides business process mapping software which enables process improvement, quality assurance and risk management in line with ISO, Six Sigma and Lean principles. The software is an online process collaboration tool designed to replace hardcopy procedures manuals.

Ivan Seselj, Promapp CEO, puts the company’s revenue growth down to increased demand and global expansion.

He says he credits an increased focus by organisations on process improvement and risk management, and Promapp’s global sales and marketing expansion with the 93% revenue growth over the past three years.

Seselj says, “We are delighted to be recognised and included in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2015. We’re looking forward to building on this success with our global expansion plans and our focus on helping businesses around the world develop smarter and safer ways of working.”

“Making the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 is commendable in today’s highly competitive technology industry. We congratulate Promapp on being one of the 500 fastest growing technology companies in the region,” says Ichiro Nakayama, Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific program DTTL leader.

He says, “Attracting enough customers to attain such fast growth over three years makes a strong statement about the quality of a company’s products and its leadership. Promapp has shown the right calibre for growth.”

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