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Since 2007, Nextspace has been helping clients make more of their business data, to unlock more value, reduce operational costs and improve efficiency.
We were established as industry leaders in 3D data visualisation, and we continue that role today. Our bespoke solutions offer management and business optimisation across a range of industries, including ship building, construction and utilities management, and local government.
Our extensive, wide-ranging capabilities in the translation and integration of information has been developed both directly and through partners such as SAP and IBM. This means we tackle a range of projects, large or small, and at any level of complexity. Our focus on continual innovation creates industry-leading products and solutions.
A commercially disciplined company with an innovative approach, our success all comes down to the quality of our people. We work to get the best from our world-class team in a collaborative, energetic and creative environment. We value our clients and our staff, and believe each person can offer something new and valuable.
Nextspace achieves Partner Centre of Expertise (PCoE) certification from SAP AG.
Nextspace becomes a Dassault reseller for Enovia and Exalead in Australia and New Zealand.
SAP acquires Right Hemisphere and rebrands the product suite as Visual Enterprise
Nextspace becomes a SAP partner and reseller
Nextspace becomes a self–sustaining private company
and secures investment to develop and export its innovative Visual Plant, Visual Utility and Visual City solutions globally.
Nextspace is founded as part of an agreement between the NZ Government and Right Hemisphere. The aim is to develop a world-leading cluster of 3D visualisation providers.
Right Hemisphere becomes an incorporated company
New Zealand-based 3D graphics company ‘Right Hemisphere’ is founded