The Earthquake Commission (EQC) of New Zealand is implementing an SAP Business One OnDemand solution.
Stories by Randal Jackson
Inland Revenue is beginning work to explore allowing online third-party accounting software to integrate with the GST returns system.
TechnologyOne has been granted permission by the Inland Revenue Department to store data for its New Zealand customers in Australia on the TechnologyOne Cloud as a third party provider. The IRD’s approval exempts TechnologyOne customers from data sovereignty rules requiring financial records to be stored in New Zealand.
The Commerce Commission has again delayed giving clearance to Telecom to buy the last block of management rights within the 700MHz spectrum.
The first implementation of a national finance application for district health boards is being rolled out at the Hutt District Health Board.
Enprise Group has acquired Datagate Innovation Limited, a cloud software development company specialising in online reporting and billing portals for telcos, utility companies and hosted service providers.
The Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) expects that most government agencies will have moved off Microsoft XP by April 8 and says that of those which haven’t, most should have moved within three months.
New Zealand farmers have become very innovative in picking up technology, says Agrioptics chief executive Craige Mackenzie. It wasn’t always so.
IBM will move out of the Majestic Centre in Wellington when its lease expires at the end of May.
The Software Acquisition Strategy program managed by the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) is to be extended to global software providers other than Microsoft.
More than 2 million prescriptions have been processed since the electronic prescribing system went live last July, says Shayne Hunder, programme manager, community eMedicines, for the National Medicines Programme.
Catalyst IT has leased the former Defence data centre at Porirua as it continues to develop its OpenStack project.
Major changes appear to be afoot at Westpac NZ.
The Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) and New Zealand Post have spent $5.5 million so far this financial year on further development and operating costs for the RealMe digital log-in service.
Westpac NZ is looking for a chief information officer.