Hamilton-based IT company Enlighten Designs announced its appointment to the panel of web service providers for the government Common Web Services initiative, according to a statement.
The 50-person organisation, which provides systems integration, software development and website work, was selected to the panel for the design, front end development and website testing services, the statement reads.
The Common Web Services Panel is a cross-government initiative that aims to drive value for money, efficiency and quality of delivery of web professional services for participating public agencies.
Enlighten says its business is built around the "partnering approach to client engagement", according to the statement.
The appointment "represents a significant step towards Enlighten's vision" to be New Zealand's "leading Web Solution Company by 2015", CEO Damon Kelly says in the statement.