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Find out why New Zealand’s most respected organisations trust Stellar to give them the strategic edge.
Toyota wanted a deep understanding of its customers and markets. Stellar devised the solution.
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Part of CHH, Carters has over 150 years of experience in the New Zealand building supplies industry.
Vodafone is a leading full service telecommunications company, with mobile and fixed networks helping customers across the country to do their thing better.
There’s a lot to look after as Auckland Council works to create the world’s most liveable city.
GDT wanted to help sellers and buyers understand what was happening in the market faster and more easily. They came to Stellar.
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Stellar customer Trustpower outperforms its energy retail competitors on almost every indicator.
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The Treasury is New Zealand’s lead advisor to the Government on economic, financial and regulatory policy.
Launched in 2002, Kiwibank is 100% New Zealand owned and located in PostShops nationwide.
Microsoft is the worldwide leader in software, services, devices and solutions that help people and businesses realise their full potential.
Fletcher Building manufactures and distributes world-leading building and construction products and services in more than 40 countries.
The NZDF secures New Zealand from external threats, protects sovereign interests, and meets likely contingencies in New Zealand’s area of strategic interest.
Eastpack protects kiwifruit quality with data and analytics applications from Microsoft and Stellar.
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Plunket is New Zealand’s largest provider of support services for the development, health and wellbeing of children under 5 years of age.
Stand Children’s Services Tū Māia Whānau nurtures the aspirations of children, enabling them to find their tūrangawaewae (‘place to stand’).
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The Ministry of Health is the Government’s principal advisor on health and disability: improving, promoting and protecting the health of all New Zealanders.
Air New Zealand operates a global network to, from and within New Zealand, carrying more than 15 million passengers a year.
NZ Police is responsible for reducing crime and enhancing community safety. Nearly 12,000 staff operate from 371 stations around the country.
Fonterra is a global dairy nutrition company, owned by 10,500 New Zealand farmers and their families.
The IRD collects most of the revenue that government needs to fund its programmes, and also administers a number of social support programmes.
Zespri is NZ’s largest horticultural exporter with global kiwifruit sales of $1.6 billion.
MPI helps maximise primary industry exports, improves sector productivity, ensures the food we produce is safe, and protects NZ from biological risk.
Rakon is a New Zealand-based global high technology company that designs and manufactures frequency control solutions.
EROAD is a fully integrated technology, tolling and services provider using advanced technology to deliver electronic RUC, compliance and commercial services.
Vitaco manufactures and exports branded health foods and supplements, including the Healtheries and Nutra-Life ranges, to over 30 countries.
Lumley writes all major classes of general insurance, and has particularly strong expertise in the transport sector.
St John has existed in New Zealand since 1885 providing first aid training, event medical services, medical alarms, youth programmes and a wide range of community programmes.
The Tertiary Education Commission invests nearly $3 billion into tertiary education each year to ensure New Zealanders are equipped for lifelong success.
CHH is the pre-eminent manufacturer and supplier of wood products to the Australasian market.
The Electricity Authority promotes competition in, reliable supply by, and the efficient operation of, the New Zealand electricity industry for the benefit of consumers.
NZ Health Partnerships creates efficiencies for Health Boards to help meet the increasing demands on the health system and rising costs of clinical equipment.
Tegel is New Zealand’s market-leading, fully integrated poultry producer, employing around 1700 people.
Since 2005 Move Logistics has grown to become one of New Zealand’s leading 3rd-party logistics providers, and now employs over 300 staff nationwide.
Ara Institute of Canterbury (Ara) – formerly Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology (CPIT)
DoC is the government agency responsible for conserving New Zealand’s natural and historical heritage.
Mighty River Power supplies electricity to nearly 1 in 5 New Zealand homes and businesses.
Watercare is the largest company in the NZ water and wastewater industry, supplying drinking water to 1.4 million customers across Auckland every day.
A publicly listed company, Auckland Airport generates billions of dollars for the New Zealand economy by strengthening connections with the world.
The Department of Internal Affairs serves and connects people, communities and government to build a safe, prosperous and respected nation.
Downer is a leading provider of services to customers in transportation, mining, energy and industrial engineering, utilities, communications and facilities.
Metrix has built its Advanced Metering Infrastructure business to more than 340,000 installations through capital investment of more than $100 million.
Vector is New Zealand’s largest distributor of electricity and gas, with networks spanning the Auckland region.
Spark is one of NZ’s largest listed companies, providing telecommunication services to millions of Kiwis and thousands of businesses.
With 65 branches and 21 agencies throughout the country, AMI serves nearly 500,000 customers holding over a million insurance policies.
Sovereign is turning insurance on its head by helping customers improve their lifestyles and prevent health problems before they occur.
Tower Insurance started in 1869 as a government department. Now, almost 150 years later, Tower is still helping New Zealanders protect the things they value.
healthAlliance is a not-for-profit organisation established in 2000 to provide key non-clinical business services for two district health boards. It now serves all 20 DHBs.
Crombie Lockwood provides complete personal and business insurance, placing more business through Lloyd’s of London than any other broker in New Zealand.
IAG has around 47% of the general insurance market in New Zealand, serving customers through nationwide branches, call centres, sales sites, and online.
Cigna New Zealand – part of Cigna Corporation, a Fortune 500 company – has operated for over 90 years and provides insurance to more than 350,000 Kiwis.
Genesis is New Zealand’s largest electricity and gas retailer, supplying energy to more than 650,000 customer connections.
The NZ Transport Agency is a Crown entity responsible for funding land transport activities, including local roads, state highways and public transport.
ASB became New Zealand’s first savings bank in 1847. It now serves more than 1.3 million personal, business and rural customers.
The Warehouse Group is a publicly listed company that includes market-leading retailers The Warehouse, Noel Leeming, Warehouse Stationery and Torpedo7.
In business for more than 160 years, agricultural supply business PGG Wrightson employs 2100 people and turns over $1.24B in annual revenue.
Ballance is a farmer-owned co-operative that helps its customers to farm more productively, profitably and sustainably.
Accounting software from New Zealand-based Reckon powers thousands of businesses around the world.
NZ’s largest retail grocery chain. Foodstuffs’ North Island co-op supports 359 grocery stores employing more than 22,000 staff.
Methanex, the world’s largest producer and supplier of methanol, has three production facilities in New Zealand supplying customers in Asia-Pacific.
Southern Cross covers 61% of New Zealanders who have health insurance and pays 72% of the country’s health insurance claims.
Frucor is a leading Australasian drinks company and the market leader in energy drinks in Australia and New Zealand.