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Southern DHBs put in telco call

Southern DHBs put in telco call

The Nelson Marlborough and South Canterbury District Health Boards are looking for the right supplier to invest in telecommunications research and development.

According to tender documents released on the weekend, the Boards recognise that telecommunication technology is evolving and being accepted into the health sector as a standard business requirement.

The Boards need a cost effective offering, but one that allows for future growth. Systems, equipment and services should link to existing PBX, Firewalls, LAN systems and IP networks.

The deadline for replies is Friday, November 6. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 27581.


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