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MAF introduces business intelligence services

MAF introduces business intelligence services

The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry is implementing a Business Intelligence (BI) offering using Microsoft tools and needs a vendor.

The supplier will provide services such as designing the completed offering, implementing the business intelligence tools on the provided infrastructure, starting a pilot group on the BI platform and future projects.

The project must be completed this year. MAF is also interested in the respondent’s approach to mentoring, guidance and more-complex technical support.

The deadline for replies is Tuesday, June 23. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 26298.


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