Robots could soon boost the efficiency of healthcare services in Auckland and Northland if the technology passes muster.
Stories by Rob O'Neill
Gartner is forecasting ICT spending in New Zealand to reach almost $11.8 billion in 2017 and to crack $12 billion in 2018.
Waikato Regional Council is inviting vendors to pitch for ICT infrastructure hosting and cloud infrastructure services.
Skipton Building Society has bought-out minority shareholders in Jade Software while Jade Logistics has been spun out under separate ownership.
Kiwibank's $100 million-plus core banking system replacement project is falling behind schedule according to a new disclosure.
Unisys is helping the NZ Transport Agency streamline development of New Zealand's driver and vehicle registration platform.
Global insurance technology provider SSP has migrated its New Zealand brokers to new hosting in the wake of a huge UK data centre failure last year.
Spark-owned big data and analytics business Qrious has launched a big data platform as a service dubbed Qrious Qonnect.
The Ministry of Education is undertaking a strategic review of the infamous education payroll system, Novopay.
A report from the Office of the Auditor-General has found New Zealand's border IT systems wanting, especially at the Ministry of Primary Industries.
Changes will allow customers to connect own software into LINZ' system, access information on devices and represent property boundaries in 3D.
Inland Revenue is disrupting its own business to deliver connections to its wider ecosystem and replace creaking mainframe systems.
As its mammoth NewCore integration project draws to a close, Auckland Council is charting a new ICT strategy - with the help of vendors.
SAP and Revera dominate Auckland Council's external IT spending, but a host of vendors have broken into the million dollar club over the last two years.
Wellington-based Fronde Systems Group's sales have declined for the third year running, but profits are up.
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