OVER a year of restructuring has returned to the black New Zealand-owned integrator Infinity Group, which has posted a $2.7 million surplus for 2003 after two years of losses.
Stories by Jonathan Roe
APPLE Computer is building on its entry into storage products with the arrival of larger 3.5 terabyte models in New Zealand this month.
ARGUMENTS surround who owns the naming rights to and customer database of Auckland North Shore firm Mobile Computer Doctor (1996), amid allegations of theft and unlawful practices.
HYUNDAI Image Quest has appointed Renaissance as its second New Zealand distributor and the first one outside its company structure.
EAGLE Technology has cleaned out four of its top brass as part of a company restructure, which has seen a total of eight staff made redundant.
THE bold move to cull GDC’s executive has seriously paid off as the company has recorded a solid financial turnaround for December, 2003.
NETWORKING giant Cisco Systems has named Telecom its Gold partner of the year for New Zealand and Australia at a ceremony in Hawaii last month. Telecom headed off 13 other companies for the title.
COMPUTERLAND took on its rival, fellow integrator Gen-i, and won. The network maintenance contract at Dunedin City Council’s power company has been given to Computerland over incumbent Gen-i.
ALBANY integrator Integral Technologies has teamed up with IBM and Computerland to win a contract to supply and manage servers at Zespri International’s Tauranga operations.
ACCOUNTING and logistics software maker SAP has appointed Enprise, one of its local competitors, as reseller of its cut-down product for mid-size businesses.
SECURITY appliance vendor SonicWall is putting its soured relationship with distributor IT Wholesale behind it this year to concentrate on increased sales and a dusted-off channel programme.
OTL Software’s nine-year relationship with US software company BMC has produced the local firm’s biggest overseas deal.
MACROMEDIA says there is nothing unusual about its three-month trial period for newly appointed distributor Express Data, despite signing a 12-month contract.
THE New Zealand 2003 printer market shrunk by 6% in units shipped, according to preliminary results from researcher IDC.
NEW Zealand’s 17 resellers of the Sox telephony brand could be waiting until June for a decision on which company will save its ailing vendor.
Nominations close on August 3
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