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After 22 years, SAP specialist Soltius rebrands to Zag

After 22 years, SAP specialist Soltius rebrands to Zag

Kiwi business operates as SAP specialist with more than 22 years market experience

Soltius has unveiled a rebrand strategy designed to drive new business growth across New Zealand, under the banner of Zag.

The 100 per cent Kiwi owned and operated technology provider operates as a SAP specialist with more than 22 years market experience, having launched locally in 1996.

“We’ve been busy changing the game for the last 22 years, so we felt it was about time to choose a new name to match,” said Nick Mulcahy, CEO of Zag.

“We’re proud to work alongside customers and partners like yourselves that constantly motivate us to push technological boundaries, that are at the forefront of their industries and who refuse to accept the ordinary.”

With the rebrand now official, Mulcahy said customers can expect to see “small changes at first”, including new logo, email signatures and email addresses, with more to follow in the coming months.

“We needed a clear story and a name that reflects our difference,” Mulcahy added. “The extra mile we will go, the unique solutions we come up with and the freedom we have as an independent. All of which is needed in a world of accelerated change.”

Currently, Zag works with more than 80 organisations across the country, providing SAP solutions, support and consulting services.

The provider also works across cloud, analytics and mobility technologies, with additional expertise in Amazon Web Services (AWS), as a managed service partner in New Zealand.


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