With organisations rushing to the cloud amid pandemic-prompted workplace pivots, cloud specialist Consegna is drawing upon its professional services portfolio to double down on helping as many customers as possible make the move to cloud.
Far from contracting its focus to just the core business essentials as it looks beyond COVID-19, Aportio is planning to expand its market presence internationally in the coming months.
Perhaps it’s the kind of clients Company-X works with, perhaps it’s the mix of solutions it provides, but despite major market disruptions, the Hamilton-based software specialist is expecting to see spend accelerate as clients look for new ways to engage with customers.
While many tech providers are knuckling down and focusing on business fundamentals as they look beyond the pandemic, IT reseller Acquire has taken the opportunity to change some of the ways it does business.
Focusing on the core basics is a vital part of ongoing success as businesses work to return to a new normal following major pandemic-prompted disruptions, but that approach shouldn’t come at the expense of movement.
Rather than focusing specifically on customer acquisition or retention as a way to forge a path ahead in the wake of COVID-19 disruptions, Lexel is taking stock of its customers’ risk profiles to manage its client-base and their needs effectively.
While Umbrellar has picked up the pace on a new company-wide working model, the organisation’s broader strategies and focus on keeping the customer at the centre of its efforts remain unchanged.
Productivity, customer retention and a shift to a mid- to long-term oriented ‘plan ahead’ are top of mind for premier Apple B2B partner Imagetext as it works to navigate its way beyond this year and into the next.
Nextgen has unveiled plans to launch operations in Singapore to expand distribution capabilities across Asia, backed by a portfolio of channel services.
HP has unveiled a new program designed to overhaul traditional channel practices, setting fresh partner expectations amid a sizeable shift in strategy.
The COVID-19 pandemic is turning discussions about digital transformation into action, according to Hamilton-based ICT services provider Company-X.
Veeam is building out a specialised services channel to help customers overcome cloud data management challenges in Asia Pacific.
Partner profitability remains Cisco’s highest priority as it helps partners navigate through the ‘new normal’ business climate.
Logistics giant Mainfreight is scaling back capital investment in ICT for the foreseeable future to reflect the economic environment and the needs of the business.
The Inland Revenue Department, and its transformation programme team in particular, was well prepared for a quick shift to remote working as the threat of COVID-19 became clear.
The COVID-19 pandemic has suddenly elevated the concept of the business "pivot” into popular language, but one local ICT supplier has been pivoting for nearly four decades.
Fresh from running AWS' ASEAN region for four years, Nick Walton returned home in January to manage the local business only to run straight into the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mike Jenkins, co-founder and CEO of The Instillery, was quick to welcome news today that Microsoft was aiming to establish a new cloud region in New Zealand, highlighting three major benefits.
"Pick up the phone and give us a call," Ingram Micro New Zealand managing director Jason Langley has implored partners who may be experiencing COVID-19-related impacts.
With its share price near all-time highs, Citrix Systems is proving to be one of the most resilient vendors in the era of Covid-19.
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