Plans to hire up to 100 staff in next two years to service Northern Hemisphere clients
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JB Rousselot takes over from Kate McKenzie on November 20
From solving ‘real world problems’ to ‘passion projects’ - how to get more young people involved in ICT
CIO New Zealand takes an inside look at the ICT competition with the broadest mandate ever
Fraser Whineray takes on newly-created role in early 2020
Kiwi female tech leaders talk about their non-traditional journeys into ICT
These have the potential to optimise or transform public services and should be included in the strategic planning of government CIOs over the next 12 to 18 months, says Rick Howard of Gartner
The new robotic technology reflects agriculture’s “high tech future” and the future of work, says LIC CEO Wayne McNee.
The university gains new roles, providing a course on one of the most highly sought skills in the marketplace and preparing Kiwi youth for the future of work
But finds less than a third of RPA adopters have implemented the technology for financial reporting
“As intelligence is at the core of all digital businesses, IT and business leaders continue to make analytics and BI their top innovation investment priority,” says Jim Hare, research vice president at Gartner.
Louise Francis, research director for ANZ, takes additional role as NZ country manager
Staccar, created by Christchurch-based software developer, Smudge, makes it easy to accurately visualise and customise in-store merchandising elements — such as drinks fridges, display units, signage and more — by virtually placing them in-situ on phone and tablet screens.
Co-founder Atta Elayyan had the logo and website ready, just before he died in the March 15 Christchurch terrorist attacks
“It’s about helping schools ensure they are set up to offer the best online exam experience,” says Larrie Moore, CEO of N4L, the Crown agency tasked with managing schools’ internet services.
One of eight companies recognised for superior technology deployments at annual Inforum