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A rising star in Kiwi tech -TSG makes top 25 on TIN100

07 Nov 2016

The 2016 Technology Investment Network’s TIN100 Report has placed Transaction Services Group (TSG) in the top 25 most successful, globally focused technology businesses.

Now in its 12th year, the TIN100 Report provides an annual analysis of New Zealand’s largest globally-focused companies in the hi-tech manufacturing, biotechnology and ICT sectors.

TSG joined the TIN100 list for the first time in 2011, placing just outside the top 50. 

This year, the leading global payment solutions provider sits in 22nd place and is also featured alongside other high growth companies in the ‘Rising Stars’ section of the Report.

TSG Chief Executive Officer Craig Marshall is pleased with the company’s advancement and attributes the result to the leadership of TSG’s IT team in developing efficient, responsive services and secure technology for a rapidly changing business culture.

“This achievement of placing within the TIN100’s top 25 and rising up the ranks is a testament and credit to our team’s acumen in delivering simple, customisable technology and software - such as our Online Management Gateway and Web Direct Entry – to our clients,” he says.

“We’re working with an increasing number of businesses that are focusing on how their basic administration functions can be streamlined and made more flexible for engaging with their customers

We’re confident our technology offering will continue to develop and deliver strong growth results as we progress into the future.”

TSG is in New Zealand, Australia, the UK and the United States. Debitsuccess, part of TSG, is the only full-service payment processor in New Zealand.

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