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ike has today registered a prospectus in relation to the IPO which is expected to open to clients of NZX Firms with firm allocations on
The Company has applied to NZX to quote its shares on the NZX Main Board and expects trading of its shares to begin on
ike - I know everything - provides solutions for the remote measuring and modelling of assets using a combination of measurement software, cameras, lasers, computing, GPS and 3D-compasses. More than 250 electric utility and engineering customers are using ike's solutions and the Company has recently agreed a Trademark License Agreement with
'The opportunity for this step-shift technology is significant. One of our US engineering customers involved in electricity asset management has told us that they more than doubled productivity in the field and recouped its investment before the first project was complete.' GE is one of the largest suppliers of products, technology and systems to the utility market globally. ike's growth plans including providing sales teams to work with GE to promote GE MapSight, initially in the US and then internationally.
ike has also attracted the interest of
'ike has the potential to be a high growth, scalable business that delivers high margins on its products. ike's solutions have been validated by some of the world's leading organisations in GE and
None of ike, the Joint Lead Managers, or any other person guarantees the shares nor warrants or guarantees their performance.
For further information contact:
Chief Executive Officer
Mob: +64 21 0247 9857
Mob: +64 21 481 234
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