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​Equinox IT enhances consulting capabilities with Spark Digital hire

​Equinox IT enhances consulting capabilities with Spark Digital hire

Equinox IT has recruited David Reiss to the role of principal consultant of Digital Transformation.

David Reiss - Principal Consultant, Equinox IT

David Reiss - Principal Consultant, Equinox IT

Equinox IT has recruited David Reiss to the role of principal consultant of Digital Transformation, with the industry veteran departing Spark Digital after 14 years.

“Digital technology is forcing businesses to change at a faster pace than ever before,” Reiss said. “It opens up new opportunities to innovate, but also the risk of being disrupted.

“New approaches to business and technology transformation are vital to be successful. I’m looking forward to helping the best New Zealand businesses do that with Equinox IT.”

Reiss joins Equinox IT after 14 years at Spark Digital, formerly Gen-i, where his most recent position was Digital Transformation consultant.

Equinox IT Auckland general manager, Warren Hughes, appointed Reiss as part of a focused initiative to rapidly grow and update the company’s consulting services in Auckland.

“The commercial Auckland market is an incredibly dynamic place in a digital world,” he said.

“We’re actively updating our services and swiftly growing our team to ensure we continue to deliver the greatest value for our client’s needs today.

“David will make a substantial contribution to the success of Equinox IT clients in this dynamic market. We’re thrilled to have him join our team.”


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