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Enterprise IT opens doors in Wellington

Enterprise IT opens doors in Wellington

Shared space with Optimal BI provides growth opportunity in the capital

Database and Linux/Unix managed IT services and consulting firm Enterprise IT now has a presence in Wellington, the company has announced.

The new location is part of a space sharing initiative with local Business Intelligence, Analytical and Data Warehousing solutions provider Optimal BI.

“We have been looking for the right place in Wellington to set up our base of operations for some time now,” says Stuart Speers, CEO of Enterprise IT. “We have a solid customer base down here and demand for the type of specialist managed services we offer is high. It just makes sense to build a local team to service our existing customers and develop new business opportunities.”

“It’s great that we’ve been able to help enterprise IT set up a presence here in Wellington,” says Victoria MacLennan, general manager of Optimal BI. “We’ve known each other for a long time and respect each other’s skills and standing in our own particular markets.”


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