Global leader: Bryce Day, CEO
Core activity: Training, consulting and tools implementation for software development lifecycle and business improvement
Revenue: Not disclosed
Key customers: Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Zurich Financial Services, North Shore City Council, NZ Transport Agency
Employees: 15 to 20 (full-time equivalent)
As one of the region’s fastest growing business and ICT consultancy firms, Catch provides end-to-end lifecycle management services designed around its strategic partnerships with Atlassian and Sparx Systems.
In fact, it was New Zealand’s first value-added reseller for Sparx’s popular engineering tool Enterprise Architect.
Catch’s approach to Systems Development Life Cycle involves an integrated toolset, including Enterprise Architect and Atlassian’s JIRA. It also offers training in UML, BPMN and the Sparx Systems and Atlassian toolsets.
Catch acquired Canonic’s Cadeo in May, enabling clients to synchronise information between Enterprise Architect and HP’s Quality Centre.
The company has secured a spot in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific index for the past two years. With export revenue doubling over the past year, Catch is hoping for a “threepeat” says CEO Bryce Day. Jess Meyer
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