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Qual IT opens Christchurch office

Qual IT opens Christchurch office

According to the company, five permanent jobs have already been created for local IT testers and more are being sought.

Qual IT has opened its first South Island office in Christchurch, citing growth mode and customer demand for investing in the market.

According to the company, five permanent jobs have already been created for local IT testers and more are being sought.

Qual IT’s MD Shane Hewson said, “With a growing number of projects for our South Island customers, and the level of innovation amongst Christchurch companies, investing in new offices and putting the right staff on the ground to service our clients made sense.

“We are also looking to invest in the recruitment of local IT resource as more Christchurch projects come on board. We are here for the long haul and we look forward to further building up our team and sharing our testing expertise in Canterbury- we are very excited to be here.”

The South Island operations are being headed by southern business manager Greg Riach.


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