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Housing NZ seeks system integrator

Housing NZ seeks system integrator

Housing NZ is looking for a Microsoft gold certified system integrator to implement a new infrastructure platform on which all of its business systems will operate.

This will include design, supply and build along with migration of applications and data from its existing computer rooms to the new data centres.

The system integrator must also maintain the hardware and support the new infrastructure platform on a three year contract.

Housing NZ is after a supplier with revenues in excess of $20 million per annum over the last three years who can provide three references to verify the successful completion of similar sized local projects.

The deadline for replies is Friday, May 21.


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