Air New Zealand, Tex Edwards collect major TUANZ awards

Applications rather than infrastructure to the fore.

The Telecommunications Users Association of New Zealand has delivered its annual awards, with Air New Zealand the big winner and 2 Degrees' founder Tex Edwards collecting the chairman's award. If there was a theme of the awards, held in partnership with IDC and major sponsor Voco, this year it was that while broadband and telecommunications infrastructure are vital, it's the applications that use such infrastructure that deliver real economic benefits.

Air New Zealand won the "best of the best" award, the overall award, as well as the TUANZ Initiative of the Year award, for its electronic domestic boarding solutions, which include its self-service kiosks, RFID ePass token and mPass mobile phone boarding pass.

Read more at Computerworld.

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