Skies the limit as Gentrack wins two new deals

Utilities software specialist Gentrack Group has started the 2015 year with the award of two new contracts, bringing on board both Go Energy and Queenstown International Airport.

Utilities software specialist Gentrack Group has started the 2015 year with the award of two new contracts, bringing on board both Go Energy and Queenstown International Airport.

According to a release on the New Zealand stock exchange, the Auckland-based firm says the contracts involve the implementation of its Velocity and Airport 20/20 software solutions.

The Velocity Billing and CRM software will be deployed in the Cloud for Go Energy, an innovative solar energy utility business based in Sydney Australia, while the Airport 20/20 Flight Information Display software is being deployed at Queenstown International Airport to support the airport’s growth and to help enhance the passenger experience.

After this installation, Airport 20/20 solutions will be used by New Zealand’s four major airports including Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.

“Both projects are expected to be completed this year and are in line with Gentrack’s previously announced financial outlook for FY15,” adds Jon Kershaw, Company Secretary, Gentrack.

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