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Backup solutions provider successfully completes installation of new Recovery-Series appliances at the Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT), a move which has received Grade A Institute backing.
2011 has been notable because, in spite of the so-called global financial crisis, the New Zealand IT business has been ticking along quite nicely. New Zealand technology companies had a five percent increase in revenue in 2011 and passed the $7 billion revenue mark for the first time, according to the Technology Investment Network (TIN). The technology sector is now New Zealand’s second largest exporter, behind dairy. On top of that, a Market Measures survey of 158 domestic technology firms, released in October, found that companies that sell direct miss out on the growth potential provided by distributor and reseller channels.
This year was all about consolidation. We saw mergers, restructures, a few receiverships and lots of people shifting companies and roles, all in a slowly recovering economy. On the one hand, the high dollar kept IT imports affordable, while on the other, the GST rise slowed growth. The IT game itself was fairly steady.