FlexiGroup NZ will continue to support of the Ministry of Education’s teacher laptop scheme as leasing financier for the TELA+ scheme.
Stories by Rob O'Neill
Finance and banking software developer Finzsoft's operating revenue fell by 28.3 per cent to $7.44 million in the six months to 31 December.
Kiwibank wrote off more than just the remainder of its SAP-based CoreMod banking system project, new documents reveal.
Symbio Networks is adding further competition into New Zealand's telco market with the launch of its nationwide voice network.
NZX-listed Vista Group International reported impressive growth today with 793 new cinema sites using the company's software in 2017.
Some government organisations have opted out of the GCIO's IaaS supplier panel without an exemption being granted - and the Auditor-General is taking note.
New Zealand digital human interface developer Soul Machines has inked a new partnership with Daimler Financial Services.
Delivering high-tech to the Volvo Ocean Race's Auckland stopover has presented Dimension Data with both environmental and logistical challenges.
Network operator Chorus has reported reduced net profit for the half year ended 31 December.
MBIE chief executive Carolyn Tremain tells Parliament her department intends to "absorb" ICT-related functions where sustainable.
Xero’s Auckland based employees will move to new Parnell premises at the end of 2018.
Listed telco provider TeamTalk made an improved $2.15 million profit after tax in the half-year to December 31, despite flat revenues
"Teething" problems with a new banking system contributed to increased costs and impairments at Heartland Bank.
New Zealand stock exchange delivered four major technology projects in 2017, including a life-cycle upgrade to its core trading and settlement systems.
New Zealand supermarket cooperative Foodstuffs will be the first in the world to trial new artificial intelligence technology that brings the checkout to the trolley.