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Company-X makes solving common and complex business problems with software look easy. Our developers are that good. "Making it look easy" is the Company-X way and how we create an enjoyable software development experience for you.
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A software journey, if you will (though we hope you don't mind if it's on a bullet train). Our understanding of company cultures, business models and marketplaces means we're not just focused on the destination. We know exactly what to pack to make the most of it when we get there. This approach is what puts the X in our company name. X marks the spot where software savvy meets street smarts to give us the X factor. We focus on real relationships, real business environments and real possibilities to give you real solutions.
Company-X directors David Hallett and Jeremy Hughes have IT careers of more than 20 years each. They’ve done everything under the long white cloud. They’ve contracted to businesses and organizations across industries, sectors, the country and the globe in software architecture, design, applications and specifications . . . stop us when it gets boring! They've been around the block, got the t-shirts, worn the t-shirts around the block, and now they're so full of holes their wives have chucked them out.
You've come to the company page, but Company-X isn't about us. It's about you.
Your business. Your people. Your opportunities and challenges.
Company-X is based at Wintec House in Hamilton at the heart of the Waikato region of New Zealand.
The Waikato has been called the Silicon Valley of New Zealand.
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Microsoft New Zealand general manager Barrie Sheers, himself a Waikato born and bred technologist, is a regular visitor to the region which he describes as a “really interesting technology hub”. The Waikato ICT sector employs more than 2,600, contributes more than $100 million exports and more than $700 million to New Zealand’s GDP.