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  • ACC puts address project on hold

    The Accident Compensation Corporation has put on hold a project to standardise all address information to New Zealand Post’s new standard.

  • Free tool offered for mail database checks

    Data analysis company Datamine has launched a free software product to help bulk mail senders determine whether their mailing database complies with the imminent changes to New Zealand Post regulations.

  • Get certified or lose discount, NZ Post warns

    Organisations that fail to have their mailing databases certified as being compliant with the new New Zealand Post addressing standards by July 1 2008 will lose their bulk mailing discounts, the state-owned enterprise says.

  • NZ Post looks to future

    When NZ Post announced in May the introduction of new post codes and a new mail distribution model that would eventually see 500 jobs go, it was putting in place part of its “Future Post” strategy. This should have been implemented at least a year previously.

  • NZ Post splits IT functions

    NZ Post’s IT functions have been reorganised, as reported in Computerworld (April 24), following consultation with staff. The CIO role, originally proposed for disestablishment, has been saved however, albeit in a slightly different form.

  • NZ Post busts its cluster

    NZ Post is looking to divest itself of its stake in five small IT ventures in which it holds share interests ranging from 2% to more than 50%.

  • Gates greets local IT execs

    Executives from NZ Post have been in Seattle for a “brainstorming” meeting with Microsoft bigwigs this week.

  • Disk swap key to easy Post W2K rollout

    NZ Post is handling the “logistical challenges” of its Windows 2000 rollout on the principle that hard disks are less expensive than the time of IT experts.