Cisco Systems has turned to Australia for assistance in enabling its vision of “intelligent urbanisation”.
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Recruit IT is completing due diligence on Agility Group and Agility Group Wellington, with the intention of buying the recruitment firm, which was put into receivership last month.
A former general manager for the American continent at local software developer OpenCloud, has lost a bid to have a court case against the company heard locally.
Emma Barrett has been appointed general manager of Intergen's Wellington office. Barrett, who joined Intergen in 2004, was involved in setting up and fronting the company's project management office before becoming Wellington GM. She worked for Onyx Software implementing Microsoft CRM products before joining Intergen.
Hewlett-Packard is to acquire Tower Software, an Australian document and records management software vendor which has clients in New Zealand. HP is offering $A3.39 (NZ$4.29) per share for Tower, whose local customers include Hutt City Council and Wanganui District Council. Tower’s three major shareholders, which include private equity firm Quadrant, have agreed to sell.
Former Microsoft New Zealand managing director Helen Robinson has joined TZ1, New Zealand's carbon trading market.
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