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​Dimension Data finds new home in Wellington

​Dimension Data finds new home in Wellington

ICT solutions provider set to relocate to Lambton Quay.

Dimension Data has found a new home in Wellington, with the ICT solutions provider set to relocate to Lambton Quay.

The company will be moving its Wellington office to 157 Lambton Quay in March 2017, with the new location, centrally positioned at Midland Park, set to be introduced as Dimension Data Tower.

“We are taking this opportunity to look at ways we can push the boundaries with our property in terms of technology and new ways of working,” Dimension Data New Zealand CEO, Jo Healey, said.

“The digital landscape, and what our clients’ demand from technology, is undergoing a radical transformation.

“In order for us to meet the current and future requirements of our customers we have had to evolve too.

“We are a very different business today to what we were 16 years ago when we moved into our current location. Disruption is the word that we and our clients use.

“We are committed to disrupt and innovate for our clients and ourselves.”

Healey said the move represents a new opportunity for Dimension Data to realise a “dynamic and agile working environment”, while offering its staff and clients a ‘Workspace for Tomorrow’.

“Our new premises will allow us to work differently, to give our people greater choice and flexibility, and to be able to respond more effectively to our clients’ needs,” Healey added.

“We will include areas which encourage collaboration, areas for concentration and allow our team to work more dynamically from any location.

“Technology is a key enabler for change and we are excited to explore the possibilities.

“This is an incredible next step in our journey and we are excited to prepare for this move in March 2017.”

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