Auckland Transport has chosen Infor to provide a cloud based asset management system under a multi-year contract that will enable it to standardise and manage its assets in compliance with international standards.
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The government has issued a set of minimum requirements for health organisations’ digital, data and technology services.
The Department of Conservation (DoC) is using AI and machine learning technologies from AWS and Spark subsidiary Qrious along with AWS cloud facilities to improve its conservation of endangered birds.
Chorus has reported a 43 percent decline in NPAT to $53m for the year to 30 June, on revenues of $970m, down from $990m in FY18. EBITDA was $636m, down from $653m.
The Nelson Artificial Intelligence Institute (NAII) has scored a $3.4 loan under the latest round of Provincial Growth Fund (PGF) funding, announced by parliamentary under-secretary for regional economic development Fletcher Tabuteau. It follows the organisation receiving $95k of PGF funding in April.
Indian-headquartered global technology services company HCL Technologies has opened a delivery centre in Hamilton, a move it says is designed to support a growing customer and partner ecosystem spanning enterprises and public-sector organisations. It already has offices in Auckland and Wellington,
Spark has managed to boost full year profit and EBITDA for the year to 30 June, despite reporting flat revenues, with growth in mobile, broadband, cloud and security offset by declines in legacy voice and managed data and networks products.
The New Zealand Game Developers Association has called for an industry development plan for New Zealand’s interactive media and games sector saying it could create a billion dollar export industry by 2024.
New Zealand company Delta Insurance has launched a service to cover individuals and households from losses through cyber-attacks. It leverages a cyber-risk assessment technology from UK company DynaRisk, under a partnership announced in April.
The Inland Revenue Department (IRD) has issued a ruling on the tax treatment of salary payments made in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.
Augmentation of GPS positioning to make it super-accurate could deliver benefits worth $1.5b to the New Zealand economy over 30 years, according to a report of joint New Zealand/Australia trials of the technology.
Spark has formed a new subsidiary, Leaven, to help New Zealand business with their digital transformation by leveraging the intellectual property of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) subsidiary Cloud Technology Partners (CTP).
Rakon (NZX: RAK) has identified significant opportunities for its technology in the growing markets for 5G network infrastructure and low earth orbit satellites (leosats).
The government has released a consultation document aimed at minimising a wide range of waste products, including e-waste. It is the fourth such initiative in the past 15 years, and almost identical to one in 2014.
New Zealand domain registrar Ideegeo (trading as iwantmyname) which manages around 180,000 domain names for 80,000 customers has been acquired by UK based CentralNic Group Plc for $5.2m.