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Asian ICT drivers seek links to NZ innovators

Thursday, 24 November 2005, 9:21 am | Information Technology Association of NZ

Drivers of the spectacular ICT industry growth in Asia’s economic tigers will seek links into New Zealand’s IT innovation at a two day conference in Auckland tomorrow and Saturday. More >>

O2NZ may be a bridgehead for ICT companies

Monday, 11 July 2005, 2:54 pm | Information Technology Association of NZ

The O2NZ consortia of information and communications technology companies may well establish a bridgehead in the United Kingdom off shoring market for other New Zealand ICT groups. More >>

ICT: Industry-State Sector Co-Operation Envisaged

Monday, 16 February 2004, 10:15 am | Information Technology Association of NZ

Measures to jumpstart growth in New Zealand’s ICT industry and target a US$120 billion international market in government technology applications were advocated today by the Information Technology Association of New Zealand (ITANZ). More >>

ICT Industry to partner with government

Friday, 12 December 2003, 5:14 pm | Information Technology Association of NZ

The decision by the Government to include industry as a working partner alongside the Ministry of Economic Development in looking at government procurement process as part of a strategy for growth of the ICT sector is a major step forward says the ... More >>

Synergy’s David Irving to lead ITANZ

Tuesday, 25 November 2003, 11:45 am | Information Technology Association of NZ

Mr David Irving, Chief Executive of New Zealand-owned ICT firm Synergy International Ltd, has been elected for a two-year term as President of the Information Technology Association of New Zealand (ITANZ). More >>

Concern at ICT investment decline

Tuesday, 25 November 2003, 11:44 am | Information Technology Association of NZ

Concern at the continued reduction in investment by multi-national ICT companies in the domestic market was expressed by the outgoing President of the Information Technology Association of New Zealand (ITANZ), Mr Nick Lambert, in his annual report. More >>

Breaking The Traffic Gridlock

Thursday, 20 November 2003, 12:09 am | Information Technology Association of NZ

Central London’s solution to its traffic gridlock - which had businesses losing £2 million per week and 50% of cars standing still - highlights the importance of the thoughtful use of technology to enhance people’s lives, says ITI Managing Director ... More >>

Outcomes Looked For From Ict Task Force

Thursday, 15 May 2003, 5:49 pm | Information Technology Association of NZ

The time frame is tight for the ICT Task Force to establish a clear plan for achieving the ambitious business growth targets it has set, the Executive Director of the Information Technology Association of New Zealand (ITANZ), Mr Jim O’Neill, said today. More >>

Latest ICT stats show export growth potential

Friday, 28 March 2003, 10:14 am | Information Technology Association of NZ

Year 2002 statistics just released for ICT emphasise the potential that exists for significant export growth in the industry but we must continue to find ways to stimulate the domestic market sector into a more buoyant state, says the Executive Director ... More >>

ICT A Prime Sector For Employment Growth

Thursday, 13 March 2003, 8:27 am | Information Technology Association of NZ

Practical government recognition of the key role ICT can play in job growth and export development will help boost sector confidence at a time of almost static growth says the Executive Director of the Information Technology Association of New Zealand (ITANZ), ... More >>

Immigration Service Helpful In Meeting ICT Skills

Tuesday, 26 November 2002, 3:39 pm | Information Technology Association of NZ

The pragmatic approach taken by the New Zealand Immigration Service toward resolving specific skilled shortages in the ICT industry was acclaimed at the Annual General Meeting of the Information Technology Association of New Zealand (ITANZ). More >>

 
 
 
 
 

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