The Ministry of Health will spend $15 million on a project that it says will have a major impact on the health sector.
Stories by Randal Jackson
Inland Revenue has signed a seven-year contract with Hewlett-Packard for desktop upgrade and support.
Telecom has written formally to Hewlett-Packard partially terminating its outsourcing agreement.
Revera has added IBM’s AIX operating system capacity to its infrastructure-as-a-service platform for businesses wanting enterprise applications on a utility basis.
Resellers LANTech and DTSL have signed agreements with Blackboxbackup, a Wellington-based start-up that claims its services will radically reduce the cost of backup.
Fronde is “reshaping” its Auckland business after the resignation of two senior employees to set up their own consulting company.
IBM New Zealand has made major staff changes and there is speculation of of layoffs at the company. Phill Patton has been appointed national sales manager and business partners say that two regional sales manager positions have been disestablished. Stephen Elliott has been appointed head of software.
Auckland-based EMS-Cortex has been chosen by Unisys to supply software as a service provisioning and management software for Unisys' global cloud services.
IBM is planning to establish a datacentre in Auckland.
The contract for Contact Energy’s major SAP project may be up for grabs again.
Ingram Micro is in growth mode, focused particularly on the Wellington market where it plans to increase staff numbers soon.
Mixing and matching two diverse careers has proved a winner for Wellington identity Chris O’Shea.
SOFTWARE Productivity (SPL) has picked up the New Zealand distribution rights for FlexAnswer, a natural language question-answering solution designed to improve web-based customer services. Customers can ask, in plain English, questions regarding any aspect of the company’s activities, products and services.