A New Zealand mobile developer claims it is the first company in the world to lanch a recordable video application that integrates fully with any customer relationship management (CRM) system.
Stories by Randal Jackson
UXC Oxygen is looking to beef up its SAP practice in New Zealand, says newly appointed Wellington practice manager Mike Smith.
Wellington City Council has narrowed down a long list of eight vendors to just three to supply a new core IT platform. CIO Channa Jayasinha expects a decision by the end of October.
Spark Digital has launched a new cloud platform to help businesses to automate machine-to-machine (M2M) deployments.
A new website making it easier for government in New Zealand to deliver information and services was designed and developed in-house by the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA), using the Common Web Platform. The templates are written in PHP, which DIA runs on the Silverstripe CMS.
The Ministry of Education has selected Optimation to deliver a replacement system for its school transport resourcing administration system (STRAS), a multi-million-dollar software development project.
Research commissioned by Unisys shows New Zealand enterprises are less mature in using mobility to drive tangible business returns. The majority are focused in using mobility for internal business processes.
Consumers are getting more telecommunications services for less cost, according to the Commerce Commission's latest annual telecommunications monitoring report analysing the state of New Zealand’s telecommunications markets.
The Earthquake Commission (EQC) of New Zealand is implementing an SAP Business One OnDemand solution.
Inland Revenue is beginning work to explore allowing online third-party accounting software to integrate with the GST returns system.
TechnologyOne has been granted permission by the Inland Revenue Department to store data for its New Zealand customers in Australia on the TechnologyOne Cloud as a third party provider. The IRD’s approval exempts TechnologyOne customers from data sovereignty rules requiring financial records to be stored in New Zealand.
The Commerce Commission has again delayed giving clearance to Telecom to buy the last block of management rights within the 700MHz spectrum.
Enprise Group has acquired Datagate Innovation Limited, a cloud software development company specialising in online reporting and billing portals for telcos, utility companies and hosted service providers.
The Software Acquisition Strategy program managed by the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) is to be extended to global software providers other than Microsoft.
Catalyst IT has leased the former Defence data centre at Porirua as it continues to develop its OpenStack project.