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​Next-gen ICT investment pays off as Datacom joins Govt TaaS panel

​Next-gen ICT investment pays off as Datacom joins Govt TaaS panel

“Our investment in next generation Government ICT services is a reflection of Datacom’s commitment to the public sector."

New Zealand owned and operated Datacom has been appointed to the Telecommunications as a Service (TaaS) Government ICT common capability panel.

The TaaS supplier panel will provide a range of cross-government telecommunications and managed security services which are easy for agencies to access and assist agencies to provide better public services.

Datacom’s solutions provide off-the-shelf, consumption based services designed to help transform Government.

Datacom was selected on the panel for services across security, communications, contact centres) and aggregation solutions.

“Our investment in next generation Government ICT services is a reflection of Datacom’s commitment to the public sector,” says Mark Muru, Director, Datacom.

“Our selection on the TaaS panel will complement our suite of Government services, which includes data centres, Infrastructure as a Service, Desktop as a Service, office productivity and IT managed services.

“Our approach to TaaS is about continuous improvement and enhanced customer experience.

"We’re committed to ensuring we deliver innovation, savings and better services well into the future.”


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