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NZ financial results for Synnex, Sony, Google, Acer and Imation

06 Sep 2013

Collating the financial standings of overseas technology companies registered in New Zealand, Techday has gathered recent results from Synnex, Sony, Google, Acer and Imation.

These results are the only key foreign owned technology firms to have reported their NZ results within the last three months.

When contrasting the companies results with the previous years, two out of five increased revenues, while two out of the five increased profits.

New Zealand technology distributor was the only one of the five to have increased both revenue and profits.

Sony Computer Entertainment NZ (The Playstation division)

Revenue2013 - $31,156,7492012 - $37,865,421

Down 22%

Profit2012 - $275,7732011 - $574,230

Down 52%

Synnex NZ

Revenue2012 - $66,610,7582011 - $49,399,878

Up 35%

Profit2012 - $953,3732011 - $806,137

Up 18%

Google NZ

Revenue2012 - $6,823,8672011 - $4,450,474

Up 65%

Profit2012 - ($359,197)2011 - ($52,235)

Down 15%


Revenue2012 - $45,435,8852011 - $53,397,323

Down 15%

Profit2012 - $1,773,1812011 - $3,448,030

Down 49%

Imation NZ

Revenue2012 - $3,600,3302011 - $4,461,798

Down 19%

Profit2012 - $386,1292011 - $144,386

Up 167%

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