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AVG (AU/NZ) Growing Fast in an Economy Looking for Security

Security software distributor AVG (AU/NZ) Pty Ltd has been ranked 8th in the 2009 BRW Fast 100 list which was announced in Melbourne on 28 October. The AVG Free product has led the world in basic anti-virus protection for many years. About 20% of AVG users in Australia pay for the extra protection of the commercial products.
  • 02 November, 2009 09:26

<p>Security software distributor AVG (AU/NZ) Pty Ltd has been ranked 8th in the 2009 BRW Fast 100 list which was announced in Melbourne on 28 October.</p>
<p>The list tracks the 100 fastest growing SMEs and judges them by annual revenue growth averaged over the last three years. The BRW Fast 100 list has highlighted the rich diversity of Australia's fastest-growing businesses over the past 20 years.</p>
<p>Peter Cameron, Managing Director, AVG (AU/NZ) Pty Ltd said: “Our average growth over the last three years has been 137%, which is quite an extraordinary rate. You can only sustain such growth with an enthusiastic reseller network, plus strong home and business product offerings, supported by dedicated, expert staff. And we have all of that.”</p>
<p>AVG (AU/NZ) is a wholly owned Australian company and the distributor of the AVG range of Anti-Virus and Internet Security software products in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.</p>
<p>“AVG (AU/NZ) counts one in every eight Australians as a customer so our place at number eight on the BRW Fast 100 list is a neat coincidence. I trust we’ll be able to keep moving towards number one ranking over the next couple of years,” Cameron said.</p>
<p>The AVG Free product has led the world in basic anti-virus protection for many years. About 20% of AVG users in Australia pay for the extra protection of the commercial products.</p>
<p>In June this year the remarkable success of the award-winning AVG family of Internet security products saw AVG (AU/NZ) listed as the 15th fastest growing company in Australia in BRW's 2009 Fast Starters listing.</p>
<p>Cameron said: “Keeping on top of Internet security and the needs of our 2500 strong reseller network requires a dynamic approach to business. We'd like to thank our resellers for helping us to achieve our continuing growth.</p>
<p>“The functionality and performance of the AVG security solutions is supported by our exceptional customer service. This combination won us the Computer Troubleshooters’ Vendor of the Year Award in both 2009 and 2008. This award recognises the supplier which adds the most value to their businesses.”</p>
<p>About BRW Fast 100</p>
<p>The BRW Fast 100 list has established a reputation as being the premier guide to the fastest growing small and medium businesses in Australia. The annual list ranks Australia’s 100 fastest growing small and medium enterprises, with up to 200 staff, as measured by their annual revenue growth over a three year period. Companies from all of Australia’s major vertical industries are represented in the Fast 100 list which is prepared in collaboration with Melbourne-based RMIT University School of Management.</p>
<p>About AVG (AU/NZ) Pty Ltd — www.avg.com.au</p>
<p>Based in Melbourne, AVG (AU/NZ) Pty Ltd distributes the AVG range of Anti-Virus and Internet Security products in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific. AVG software solutions provides comprehensive real-time protection against everything from viruses, spam, spyware, adware, worms, Trojans, phishing and exploits to cyber-criminals, hackers, scammers and identity thieves. AVG provides outstanding technical solutions and exceptional value for home, small to medium business and enterprise clients. AVG delivers always-on, always up-to-date protection across desktops, servers and e-mail in the home plus corporations, government agencies, utilities and educational institutions.</p>
<p>AVG products actively protect more than 80 million users worldwide, including more than 3.3 million users in Australia and New Zealand.</p>
<p>AVG (AU/NZ) has more than 2500 resellers across Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.</p>
<p>For more detailed information please contact:</p>
<p>Lloyd Borrett AVG (AU/NZ) 03 9581 0807
Shuna Boyd BoydPR 02 9418 8100</p>
<p>Media resources, including logos, box shots, screen shots etc., are available online at: www.avg.com.au/media</p>

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