Wellington-based IT services provider Intergen has appointed Michael Murphy as its new northern regional manager.
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Microsoft has taken on Craig Gerken to head up its services sales team. The long-time Datasouth Computer Services employee joined Microsoft in February, according to Gerken’s LinkedIn profile.
Information management specialist CDP was named the supreme winner of the 2010 IBM Business Partner Awards at a ceremony Thursday night. The company was recognised for a project it undertook with Advanced Metering Services, a company that provides electric metering services in Australia and New Zealand.
Systems management and automation provider Kaseya might set up an online forum for partners to share scripts and discuss common scripting issues.
Management software provider Sage Business Solutions is bolstering its local presence with a more active channel, led by a new country account manager.
Silver Peak Systems, a US-based provider of wide area network (WAN) optimisation products, has established a foothold in New Zealand as part of its expansion in the Asia-Pacific market.
Cisco systems announced a programme to help partners take their business into the cloud, the company announced.
Big Bear, a locally owned and operated Queenstown computer reseller, has handed over the keys of its Beach Street location to long-term partner, Telecom.
Renaissance is on a campaign to make contact with its resellers across the company’s four key product areas in an effort to “cement” distribution relationships, company representatives say.
Information security company Clearswift has extended two partner incentive programmes in Australia and New Zealand.
Wellington-based infrastructure provider Revera has named Gael Hargreaves to the CEO role.
New Zealand mapping provider GeoSmart has launched a hosted service that allows customers to plot information from databases onto customisable maps.
Renaissance named Jaynean Leaupepe general manager of channel sales.
Technology support service provider Need a Nerd has entered into agreements with Warehouse Stationery and several other companies over the last few months, rounding off a period of marked sales and franchise growth.
A group of district health boards is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) in providing hardware, database and application support services for Oracle eBusiness R12 and related products.