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Chillisoft makes Deloitte’s Fast 50 for 3rd year

03 Nov 08

For Geoff Cossey, Chillisoft’s Director, “the Deloitte event is great to be part of”. “Besides the free champagne, it’s very motivating to be in the company of so many businesses that are doing well. The profile is great for us and our staff can be proud of the public acknowledgement of their efforts.”

Cossey assures that, despite the fact that “sustaining percentage growth does get harder as our turnover gets up”, the company is still growing strongly, with their products in very high demand.

Chillisoft represents four brands exclusively in New Zealand. The biggest is ESET NOD32. The company is also the exclusive New Zealand distributor for Kerio products, including MailServer and WinRoute, Astaro and iFax.

Chillisoft placed 12th in the 2006 Deloitte Fast 50 index of the 50 fastest growing companies in New Zealand, and 104th in the Asia Pacific index. This year, for the third time, Chillisoft’s name shows up on the list, in 50th place.

To find out more, visit the Chillisoft website.

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