The leading female front runners of the New Zealand ICT industry joined together for the annual Reseller News Women in ICT Awards event at the Hilton in Auckland, during which hundreds of guests celebrated 13 outstanding individuals who won awards, chosen from more than 50 finalists representing over 30 organisations.
The EDGE 2020 platform will remain open for an extended period in response to increased market appetite for on-demand content and strategic one-to-one networking following completion of the invite-only virtual experience.
The Kiwi retail sector could be the next big market for digital services and the partners that provide them, with a new report suggesting that the pandemic has accelerated e-commerce trends in the country.
Reseller News is proud to announce the winners of the 2020 Reseller News Women in ICT Awards, playing host to the leading female front runners across the channel.
More than 450 executives are expected to tune in for the live running of EDGE 2020, starting tomorrow as an invite-only virtual experience for business technology leaders across Australia and New Zealand.
The world’s biggest technology vendors are facing a long road back to sales recovery post-COVID, but the channel could prove to be their return to ‘normal’.
Customers are reaching vendor and partner selection without the channel even knowing in a dramatic shift in buying behaviour, with the supply chain missing key ‘moments’ during the purchasing process.
As the channel gears up for another year of frenzied deal making — pursuing expansion and exit strategies in equal measure — partners are building out M&A game plans for the months ahead.
A power-packed line-up of CIOs and technology executives will outline the new demands set to be placed on partners in the months ahead, as headline customer speakers at EDGE 2020.
Reseller News honoured the standout players of the New Zealand channel in front of more than 500 technology leaders in Auckland on 21 October, recognising the achievements of top partners, start-ups, vendors, distributors and individuals.
A strategic approach to recovery - created and executed from the top down by business leaders - will determine partner success in the months ahead, creating a need for peak individual performance at executive level.
Reseller News is proud to recognise the achievements of an outstanding line-up of partners, start-ups, vendors, distributors and individuals at the 2020 Reseller News Innovation Awards.
Worldwide IT spending is forecast to reach US$3.8 trillion in 2021, an increase of 4% from 2020, according to research firm Gartner, but still shy of pre-pandemic levels.
In-depth research examining customer investment and outsourcing priorities across Australia and New Zealand is now underway, with findings set to benchmark customer plans against partner strategies.
Future partner success will be centred on striking a balance between the creation and implementation of customer strategies.
Channel Choice voting has been extended, now running until midnight on the evening of Monday 28 September.
Reseller News is proud to announce the finalists of the Innovation Awards in 2020, featuring a powerful line-up of emerging and established partners.
Global spending on artificial intelligence (AI) is forecast to double over the next four years to reach over US$110 billion by 2024.
EDGE 2020 will outline local customer investment plans, upcoming end-user projects and new partner requirements, leveraging unique research and CIO brand insights.
Alibaba Group beat quarterly revenue and profit estimates on Thursday, as its core commerce and cloud computing businesses continued to grow following China's emergence from the coronavirus lockdown.
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