Trusted billing and customer engagement software for energy and water companies.
At Gentrack, we pair our powerful platforms with our deep market knowledge to help utilities and airports lower service costs, foster innovation and confidently navigate market reform.
Gentrack is a growing, profitable, technology company listed on the NZX and ASX markets. Established over 25 years ago during New Zealand’s power market deregulation, we earned our stripes with our unfailing can do attitude. And we have been sharing our know-how and deploying our software ever since.
Today, Gentrack now has over 200 utility and airport client sites, in 20 countries. With 10 offices across the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Denmark, Malta and the USA, our local support is legendary.
IAN BLACK, CEO GENTRACK
“The pace of change in our core utility and airport markets is accelerating. Now more than ever, organisations want to work with providers they trust, who bring insight, innovation and who help deliver measurable business value. That has always been the Gentrack difference.”
Scalable, out of the box, billing and CIS software for competitive energy suppliers
Integrated suite of revenue management and operations software for airports
Queue management, forecasting and passenger flow measurement for airports
Airport non-aero billing, property management software and concession data analytics
We don’t just sell great software. We create real value for every customer with our industry know how and laser sharp focus on tangible results
With years of experience in the world’s most dynamic utility and airport markets, we ease your transition to new regulations and business models.
Rapid industry change has been our only constant and we thrive on it.
With Gentrack there is one point of accountability and we’ll get to the solution you need, fast.
We listen, consult and collaborate.
Above all we are focused on your success.
We build long-term partnerships based on trust. And we give our clients the confidence that we will get the job done. No excuses.
It’s our ‘can do’ difference.