New Zealanders who get excited by or take Kiwi pride in the global successes of enterprises as diverse as A2 Milk, Xero and Fisher & Healthcare should be keeping an eye on another listed company, Eroad.
Eroad modernises road charging and tax compliance and health and safety compliance for road transport by replacing paper-based systems with easy-to-use electronic systems that also improve fleet management.
Chairman Michael Bushby, who has steered the company over the past six years while its revenue grew 1675%, this week stepped down and Graham Stuart took over.
Bushby says he’s proud of what has been achieved in the transformation of the Eroad business during his time as chair. He reckons the company is “in great shape with ample opportunities ahead”.
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