Stories by Darren Greenwood

Business Intelligence: maximising data collation for end users

At the tail-end of the global economic crisis the Business Intelligence (BI) market grew by 6.1 percent in 2009, according to IDC Research. The growth was fuelled largely by a 17.8 percent rise in BI software sales to the financial sector, as it adopted systems to reduce risk and combat fraud.

The cloud ascends

If ever there was a bandwagon, it must be cloud computing, in all its variations and guises.

Local users reap benefits of new CRM systems

As Kordia transitioned from broadcast to broadband after rebranding itself from BCL, the business change forced a need to develop a different sales process. As well, the company wanted to evaluate the success of its marketing programmes.

Cloud boosting CRM implementations

Businesses need to work hard at keeping or attracting new customers to stay profitable and CRM tools help by using technology to organise, automate and synchronise business processes.

Revera eyes expansion in Supercity plan

Auckland-based hosting company Revera is confident the proposed Supercity will present it with new business opportunities, as the Auckland Transition Authority (ATA) grapples with the task of integrating the differing ICT systems of the various Auckland councils.

Towards Virtualisation 2.0

Virtualisation has been the hottest thing in the IT world for the past few years, but the technologies behind it have been around forever.

Feature: It’s all about Trust

From generalist to specialist, and often claiming to be a bit of both, New Zealand is blessed by a diverse range of systems integrators, consultancies and the service providers, able to supply skills user organisations need to deliver effective and timely IT services.