Transport technology and services provider Eroad's directors are considering an initial public offering (IPO) and a listing on the NZX Main Board.
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One of Spain’s large water companies, Consorci d’Aigües de Tarragona (CAT), will become the first water utility in mainland Europe to implement New Zealand-headquartered Derceto’s Aquadapt operations optimisation software.
2Degrees has launched 4G services at 72 sites in central Auckland today.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has completed the upgrade of all of its 2740 PC and laptops to Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 8.1.
The Commerce Commission (ComCom) will be releasing an issues paper to hear views on whether the two new and unregulated unbundled bitstream access (UBA) services, Boost HD and Boost VDSL, proposed by Chorus on 14 May, fall within the category of regulated UBA service.
The Wanganui District Council invested in a set of Panasonic Toughpads late last year, and their impact has been “transformational” on the organisation.
If growth goes as planned, mobility solutions and services provider Mobile Mentor will look to add around 15 employees to its current work base and double the business year-on-year in the next 12 to 18 months.
Telecom has gone live with the Hybris commerce platform on its prepaid mobile service, and will use it to support its voice, internet and broadband offerings.
Kiwi firm Performance Lab, a developer and marketer of exercise measurement analysis and virtual coaching software, has received an infusion of funds from Intel Capital, the global investment and M&A organisation of Intel Corporation.
Telecom has confirmed today that it will be launching its internet TV business, called Lightbox, in the next few weeks, with about 5,000 hours of content. This will include exclusive television series and a range of back-catalogues of TV shows.
Coastlines, a Kiwi surf and beach lifestyle brand that supplies global retail firms, online retailers and consumer brands, has become the first New Zealand organisation to adopt SAP Business ByDesign.
Auckland-based Medtech Global has gained a funding grant of just over $1.6 million (A$1.5 million) to progress with the Australian-based clinical trial of its VitelMed telehealth technology for the remote monitoring of chronic heart failure (CHF) patients.
Following a successful IPO, Serko shares have commenced trading on the NZX Main Board today under the ticker code ‘SKO’.
Gen-i and SAP and cloud solutions provider UXC Oxygen have formed a partnership to increase the uptake of SAP mobile solutions in NZ.
Auckland-based Projectmanager.com, a provider of project management software, has raised $3.5 million in Series A funding to support the company's momentum and expansion into the United States.