There are a lot of people in New Zealand who feel passionate about ICT, but few express their love for the business with the same enthusiasm as Andrew Hunt.
Stories by Vera Alves
Wellington-based Desktop Imaging is introducing US document capture and scanning provider PSIGEN’s software to the Australia and New Zealand region, after securing an exclusive distribution deal.
Eagle Technology's Talk and Chalk vendor showcase seems set to be short-lived with the company deciding not to repeat the event this year.
E-Datainsurance (e-Di) , a recently launched company here, has local and Asia Pacific growth in its sights.
Auckland-based business intelligence firm Datamine plans to strengthen its Australian presence later this year after recording strong local growth.
With 2010 behind him, Ingram Micro’s senior market development manager Andrew Khan is looking forward to the challenges this year will bring.
According to market researchers Nielsen, 1.8 million people - about 40 percent of the population - are interacting via social media in this country. This is compelling evidence of the growing popularity of these channels.
MiIT, the first local Registered Partner for Dell, is on the hunt for resellers, after launching Microsoft-based virtualisation services to complement its Dell hardware sales.
Despite seven percent local growth in shipped PC units for the third quarter of 2010 over the corresponding quarter last year, IDC analysts say it has been a tough second half year for this market.
US native Bennett Medary first came to New Zealand more than three decades ago at the age of 18, on a mission to meet his birth father.
Compuware’s newly-appointed ANZ channel manager has plans to build its partner base in New Zealand.
HP’s offices in Auckland’s Viaduct Harbour now house local staff from EDS, which the company acquired in 2008.
Local Microsoft partner Provoke plans to establish offices in Australia and the US in a move that will grow staff numbers and boost turnover.
Local unified communications specialist Zeacom is hosting a series of events across the Tasman in coming weeks, to inform partners about the company’s new deal with Distribution Central and the efforts to expand its reseller network in Australia.
SaaS-based IT service management (ITSM) specialist Prolin has expanded into the ANZ market with a newly-opened office in Melbourne and is now seeking channel partners in New Zealand.
Small to medium businesses (SMBs) are massively important to the economy.