New Zealand tech company brings North American HQ to Denver

DENVER — Auror, a New Zealand-based retail crime prevention technology firm, is making Denver the home of its North American headquarters, according to a Denver Business Journal report.

The firm plans to add as many as 160 new jobs over the next eight years.

Prior to deciding on Denver, Auror was also considering Boulder and Broomfield for its new Colorado base of operations. 

The company, then using the confidential code name “Project Gotham,” received approval April 18 from the Colorado Economic Development Commission for $3,657,406 in job-growth tax incentives over eight years. At that time, BizWest speculated that the company could be Auror, but that information had not been confirmed. 

Auror’s Crime Intelligence Platform streamlines the crime workflow in a retail environment, from reporting incidents to investigating criminal activity.

DENVER — Auror, a New Zealand-based retail crime prevention technology firm, is making Denver the home of its North American headquarters, according to a Denver Business Journal report.

The firm plans to add as many as 160 new jobs over the next eight years.

Prior to deciding on Denver, Auror was also considering Boulder and Broomfield for its new Colorado base of operations. 

The company, then using the confidential code name “Project Gotham,” received approval April 18 from the Colorado Economic Development Commission for $3,657,406 in job-growth tax incentives over eight years. At that time, BizWest speculated that the company could be Auror, but that information had not been confirmed. 

Auror’s Crime Intelligence Platform streamlines the crime workflow in a retail environment, from reporting incidents to investigating criminal activity.