Telecom NZ has sold 15 retail stores to Australian retail company Leading Edge Group for NZ$16.4 million.
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Victoria’s Swinburne University of Technology will implement the Jade Student Management System across its six campuses after a multi-million dollar deal with the New Zealand vendor.
A long-standing relationship with Contact Energy has blossomed in Australia for Auckland software house, Talgentra, whose Gentrack CIS billing and information system has been used as a base solution for Victoria’s new retail energy supplier, Red Energy.
Sun has cemented a five-year contract with Telecom, worth tens of millions of dollars, to provide backend servers and software solutions.
More than a quarter of New Zealand CIOs say corporate vision - or the lack of it - is an obstacle to Internet exploitation. It's rated the third-highest problem after security and lack of in-house skills, both here and in Australia.
An integrated model of publishing, transaction and analysis (PTA), which links most of the company's products, is paying dividends for Informix Corp., according to the company's senior business development manager Peter Strandberg.
IBM Corp.'s New Zealand subsidiary plans to return to profit this fiscal year after losing more than NZ$100 million (US$49.8 million) in the past four years.
Up to one-third of two models of Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) PCs sold here between May last year and February may fail because of a defective batch of chipsets.
New Zealand-founded and U.K.-listed legal practice software company Keystone Software PLC is moving into the U.S. market.
Measuring contractors' performance by how close they get to a fixed specification is a flawed way of handling software contracts, says Walker Royce, Rational Software Corp.'s general manager worldwide services organization.
A massive data warehouse intended to centralize police and justice information may also include information from the health, education and welfare sectors, raising major issues of data sharing and privacy.
Telecom New Zealand Ltd. plans to restructure its business into major industry groups, doing away with the existing consumer, business and corporate groupings.
When Sybase Inc.'s new vice-president of corporate marketing, Pamela George, came on board she received commitments to double the vendor's advertising spend. In fact, this year, Sybase will spend more on advertising than it spent on all its corporate marketing last year.
Much has been written and spoken about the economic benefits to Ireland through its approach to attracting information technology vendors to the country.
Sybase Inc. will make a strategic investment in the telecommunications services sector in the second half of the year -- coinciding with a beta release of its Telecom Server.