Nel Botha, a co-founder of corporate performance management specialist Cortell New Zealand, has joined IT services provider Fusion5, which now owns his old business.
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Kiwi Property has today appointed Angela Henderson to the newly created role of GM digital to lead the property group's digital transformation.
HP New Zealand country manager Oliver Hill has rung in changes at the company's local operation and says the fundamentals of the business remain strong.
Suncorp New Zealand is doubling down on developing a technology-enabled workforce following its adaptation to fully remote work during the COVID-19 lockdowns.
New Zealand’s first paper-light "next generation smart digital hospital", to be built in Dunedin, is inviting ICT vendors to help it explore new health frontiers.
Like many of its peers in the computer hardware market, Acer Computer NZ saw demand for its products surge during 2020.
Spark-owned IT services provider CCL has appointed Donna Sanders to the newly-created position of director information security and operations.
The Department of Internal Affairs is reportedly disappointed in its all of government procurement Marketplace on several fronts and is exploring a new iteration.
Analytics software giant SAS Institute reported lower revenues in New Zealand during its first pandemic year to 31 December.
When quality assurance practice Qual IT wanted to embrace a new way to service customers, it looked to Auckland-based Lean experts Boxfish.
Cyber security agency CERT NZ identified almost 500 vulnerable Microsoft Exchange email servers and over 100 compromised email servers in the first quarter of 2021.
Christchurch-based geoscience software company Seequent has promoted Graham Grant to chief executive officer following six years as the company’s chief operating officer.
SAP New Zealand reported lower revenues and profits for the year to 31 December 2020 as cloud revenues displaced traditional software licensing.
NZX-listed employment solutions company PaySauce has bought the business and assets of Palmerston North-based SmoothPay.
KPMG has reported a series of internal failings at the Reserve Bank that contributed to or exacerbated the impact of the data breach last December .
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