New Zealand transport technology innovator EROAD says its systems have delivered $2.5 billion in road user charges to the New Zealand Transport Agency.
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Spark's MATTR subsidiary has launched an incubator called the MATTR CoLab to accelerate the development of decentralised identity technologies and solutions.
Farm supplies cooperative Farmlands has chalked up a milestone in its $90 million transformation programme, dubbed Braveheart, with the roll-out of "Deployment 5".
Irish IT managed services company Evros is opening an Auckland operations centre, delivering up to 100 local jobs to the market.
Chinese mobile phone company Oppo is making strides in the New Zealand market as it mines its heritage in consumer electronics.
Work is underway in the Department of Internal Affairs to work with agencies to understand how to better connect public sector and vendor markets.
Auckland-based tech company Cable Ferret has been recognised as a leading innovator in its field, picking up a platinum award at a Las Vegas conference.
Chorus has appointed experienced telecommunications and media executive JB Rousselot to take over as CEO on 20 November 2019.
The Commerce Commission is working with Police and taking a range of other actions following the theft of computer equipment belonging to an external provider.
Chorus says all of its sub-contracting companies delivering fibre connections have been audited and 38 have been blacklisted after a contractor exploitation scandal.
New Zealand digital forensics and data recovery company Computer Forensics is pursuing a new SMB-focused strategy after its buyout a year ago by two employees.
Auckland based business analytics software company 9 Spokes partnered with Microsoft to achieve a significant customer win at Bank of America.
Cooperative grocer Foodstuffs North Island is nearing the end of a multi-year effort to shift all of its Pak 'N Save, New World and Four Square stores onto SAP.
State-owned technology company Kordia Group posted a net loss of $149,000 in 2019, down from a $5.7 million profit in 2018.
Auckland Transport's executive general manager of technology, Roger Jones, is banking on IoT and predictive maintenance transform the customer experience.