Point-of-sales system Posboss caters especially to hospitality companies.
Writer, former Idealog Tech editor
Amanda Sachtleben is an Auckland writer and social media type, who's also Idealog's former tech editor and business journalist.
SurveyMonkey has become the go to option for small and medium-size companies (and sometimes their larger counterparts) because it's an easy, quick and free way to canvass your customer base. A while ago the service came to the iPhone and iPad and it's a fully featured and functional app.
A harvester that converts vibrations from city traffic into electricity and handles that turn sticks into sophisticated tramping poles are among those that made the cut in the New Zealand leg of the annual James Dyson Award global product design innovation contest.
Woot! With sales of $300 million last year and earnings up 86%, Kiwi game designers have every reason to feel like economic Super Marios.
The Kiwi Craft guide to craft brewers and their brews is cashing in on the popularity of these local drops with a successful Kickstarter campaign.
Hannah Duder, the winner of a $10,000 seed grant offered as part of Derek Handley's Shoulder Tap initiative, has used the money to bring her idea for a Tinder-like youth voting tool to life.
This week's wrap has a better charge, cartoons by code, a novel take on online fashion sales and hi-tech skull protection.
Victoria Crone has taken over as Xero's Kiwi boss, filling Rod Drury's well-travelled shoes. She talked to Amanda Sachtleben.
Film and TV makes us more than $3 billion a year, pumping $2.78 billion into our GDP. Blockbuster franchises like Lord of the Rings mean even America has heard of us. So does new Film Commission boss Dave Gibson have the formula for holding onto our magic touch?
An ASB-commissioned survey shows significant proportions of owners of Kiwi businesses with revenues of between $5 million and $25 million want to enter new markets and hire more staff in the short term.