Nuix wins 2015 Premier’s NSW Exporter of the Year Award

Nuix Pty Ltd, a technology company which has received seven EMDG grants amounting to over $880,000, has won the 2015 Premier’s NSW Exporter of the Year Award. The awards were announced on 28 October 2015.

More than 85 nominees vied for 12 industry-specific categories and eight state-based awards that recognise emerging exporters, leadership, innovation and especially export excellence.

Nuix’s business, broadly speaking, is to protect, inform and empower society in the knowledge age. Leading organisations around the world have turned to Nuix when they have needed fast and accurate answers for investigation, cybersecurity incident response, insider threats, litigation, regulation, privacy, risk management, and other essential challenges.

Nuix’s technology makes small work of big data volumes and complex file formats. Its solutions are underpinned by the patented Nuix Engine, a supercharged data processing, search and intelligence platform. Nuix combines advanced technology with the extensive knowledge of a global team of industry experts. Its solutions bring data to life with clarity and intelligence to solve critical business problems, reduce crime, and secure and manage information.

Austrade’s EMDG grant assessors often observe amazing progress in the export success of grant recipients. With the generous assistance of EMDG, Nuix’s exports have grown by 60 per cent each year in recent years and now total tens of millions of dollars annually. Nuix earns more than 85 per cent of its revenue through exports to the US, Europe and expanding markets in Asia and elsewhere.

Nuix CEO, Mr Eddie Sheehy, was grateful for the significant role EMDG had played over the past seven years in giving Nuix the financial capacity to undertake the required marketing in overseas markets. He said, “The Export Market Development Grants scheme has been a reliable and consistent help with our export marketing activities overseas. It’s one of the many brilliant things Austrade does to support early-stage exporters.”