We are very proud of our clients and especially those where
we've had a very long business relationship. Below is a sample of
our clients, explaining our relationship and showing the variety of
projects we've completed with them. Click on a client to see more
including their projects.
We pitched and won in 2003 and thence started a long-term relationship designing their on-line activities. A lot has changed in the on-line space over this time with digital advertising becoming an important revenue source for media companies.
We love working with TRN and their fabulous brands.
Some brands are on their 3rd or 4th substantial design
In 2010 we re-won the job to design 18 websites across TRN and
Australia Radio Network. How's that for a long-term business
NZTE have partnered with Terabyte for many projects from marketing campaigns to business.newzealand.com with 7 regions across 4 languages from a single cloud based website.
We have a strong collaborative relationship that has stood the
test of highly challenging technical projects delivered reliably,
on time and on-budget.
CanTeen is an organisation that strikes our heart and soul. They do a fabulous job supporting young people living with cancer. We’re privileged to have supported their on-line presence since 2005.
In 2009, it was time for a refresh to more fully support the way
teenagers were now communicating on-line. As well as redeveloping
the website, we also supported CanTeen venturing into social
networks with Facebook, Twitter and Vimeo. Their Facebook
page surpassed 5,000 members within 3 months with passionate fans
outpouring their support of the organisation and recommending the
fan page to their friends.
Our work with CanTeen continues and goes beyond maintenance and
support of their on-line activity. We're a passionate supporter of
their work and you'll find Terabyters present at most of their
We feel privaleged to be part of the CanTeen family.
CanTeen New Zealand - refreshCanTeen New Zealand
The year is coming to an end so I’d like to thank you for your contribution to CanTeen this year. We thoroughly enjoy working with the team at Terabyte and the partnership means a lot to us. You should feel good about what we have achieved together this year and the difference you have made. We cannot express our gratitude enough.
– Kimberley Waters, Marketing & Communications Manager
We love New Zealand and when we won Tourism New Zealand’s corporate website we were over the moon. It feels so right for us to help push New Zealand tourism and help grow its contribution to our GDP.
In late 2004 Terabyte won the tender to build a new intranet and public website that consolidates content from 5 Parliament websites. It went live in August 2006 and we have provide on-going development and support services ever since.
The organisation publishes about 200 documents per week, and the
website contains over 500,000 pages of content.
In 2011 NZ Parliament went to market for the re-platform of
Microsoft CMS that powered the website with a new modern CMS.
Terabyte won the tender against stiff competition and our proven
After 8 years of partnership with The Radio Network in New Zealand, they joined forces with Australian Radio Network and went to market. We were delighted to win the business against stiff competition and deliver market leading on-brand designs to both networks.
In late 2008 Trojan Holdings searched for a web design partner to take their amazing tourism products to the next level. This began an exciting programme to transform aspects of their business with outstanding value added to their bottom line.
The Fonterra – Terabyte business relationship started in around 2000 with the design of their first intranet. Since then we’ve been involved in many projects covering intranet, their farmer supply portal “Fencepost”, their second generation intranet, Fonterra.com, RD1 and others.
Terabyte and Foodstuffs relationship goes back to about 2005 when we built the Pams website. Since then we’ve supported their on-line stable of websites and in 2011 delivered their first mobile website for PAK’nSAVE.
We’ve worked with Greggs in NZ and Cerebos Greggs in Australia for many years now taking their web presence through a number of iterations to maintain their brand leadership on-line.
We've been fortunate to work on some of the more glamorous and technically challenging Auckland City Council on-line projects, balancing cutting edge design with sound technical execution.
Virtual, visual, sound, movement, kiosk, video, animation, eruptions, news flashes, shaking rooms, research, facts, information, knowledge, learning, interactive.
Our work with CCT in 2009-10 was, at the time, our most technically challenging Umbraco implementation. Since then the website features have evolved to support CCT and Tourism NZ’s marketing programmes.
CIAL are a multi-award winning international airport that has out-performed its peers throughout the Asia Pacific. We’re proud of our multiple projects with CIAL (not all are featured here).
We were right behind them maintaining their website during the
toughest of times of the September 2010 and February 2011
earthquakes. The relationship continues…
After winning one on-line project in early 2011 HEINZ Watties were delighted and have chosen Terabyte to take other products and brands on-line.
After a number of years of acquisitions, Hirepool chose Terabyte to design, build and support a new on-line desktop and mobile marketing and product catalog website for all their brands under one roof.
Palmerston North City Council knocked on our door one day asking us to tender for their new website. That was back in 2007 and since then we’ve redesigned the look and feel to reflect their new branding and replatformed the CMS to breath more life and new features into the website.
We’re proud of our association with SMX who are a rapidly rising New Zealand tech star.
No supplier working with Taupo Tourism is allowed to start work until they have "experienced the activities we have on offer" in the words of Scott Bason, General Manager for Taupo Tourism Holdings.
What a thrill… three projects later and the adrenaline is still
fresh in our veins.
Seven magazine websites with unique brands and colour schemes, all sharing the same templates and CMS.