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  • Slideshow: Saint Paddy’s Day shines on Axon

    Axon’s famous Saint Patrick’s Day celebration fell on Tuesday this year rather than a Friday but that didn’t stop partners and friends turning out in force to taste the craic, boogie down to the sounds of Bombsquad and mingle with leprechauns.

  • Axon wins 1,500-seat deal at PGG Wrightson

    PGG Wrightson has awarded a three-year contract for desktop technology procurement, imaging and support for its 1500-seat network to Axon following an RFP. Axon will provide an end-to-end supply chain that includes lifecycle management, enhanced warranty and post-warranty support, and guaranteed service levels for users.

  • Axon in talks to sell Dell, Apple through portal

    Axon has spent $1 million to redevelop its online procurement system, Axonline, opting for off-the-shelf software from Australian company iSell to do the job. The new system is the fifth iteration of Axon's e-procurement service, which allows customers to buy online from a wide range of ICT suppliers. The first four developments were built in-house, but they have now been replaced with iSell.

  • Axon acquires content expert Office Automation Software

    Axon has bought Auckland-based enterprise content management specialist Office Automation Software (OAS) for an undisclosed sum. Service provider Axon signalled last year it was on the acquisition trail. CEO Scott Green said at the time he was looking to deliver converged “telco-like services”. The OAS buy does not fit that bill, but Green is clear that more buy-outs are on the way.

  • Axon scores Server 08 coup

    Axon has trumped other channel rivals by being the first local Microsoft partner to plug the vendor’s soon-to-launch server operating system in a nationwide roadshow.

  • Conceptual thinking, creative action drives Scott Green

    Axon CEO Scott Green is often asked why he has stayed with the company for almost 20 years, all but three of its existence. Yet, he says coming to work each day he’s surrounded by things he has stamped his mark on, from the systems and tools he uses to the teams and structures he is part of.

  • Axon sets three-year agenda

    Axon is investing heavily in key systems to support a new three year strategic plan, and has recently awarded prizes to vendor partners in a bid to strengthen relationships.

  • IT service challengers seize advantage

    Top integrator contenders Axon, Infinity, Fujitsu and TelstraClear have gained most ground in the table of top 10 ICT companies in New Zealand, while software giant Microsoft has dropped off the list.