Articles about New Zealand
SaaS accounting software company Xero has unveiled a benchmarking dashboard created from its customer transaction data.
Up to 145 jobs are at risk as network operator Chorus focuses on what the engineers union calls 'reactive maintenance' of the copper network.
Postr is banking on superior user experience design to succeed where others have fallen: Paying users to view ads on their Android devices.
Orion Health eked out 7 percent growth for the year ended March 31 in the middle of its shift to SaaS.
Most companies would be happy to double their revenue in a year, but for companies aiming to dominate an emerging market segment, success can be hard to define.
Increased investment in product development has contributed to an annual net loss after tax of NZ$69.5 million for New Zealand cloud accounting software provider Xero, despite an 81 percent jump in subscription revenue during the financial year.
A 'New Vend' is coming, the SaaS point-of-sale company has said after launching online store functionality and integrated inventory.
Already making an impact with its cloud backup service, Revert plans to push into cloud data security.
A cadre of New Zealand media companies is progressing legal action over alleged copyright infringement against two NZ ISPs that have said they will continue to offer global mode.
A modernised Census aims to minimise door-to-door collection and replace a "hierarchy" of field staff with online engagement.
The taxi industry is responding to competitive threats such as Uber with technology of its own.
Negotiations loom between network operator Chorus and New Zealand government company Crown Fibre Holdings over the future of a stranded fibre connection fund.
Australian-listed telecommunications provider M2 will buy New Zealand's third-largest internet service provider.
Australian and New Zealand organisations are expected to increase their technology spend for 2015 in comparison to the rest of the world, according to Gartner's latest predictions.
The ability to deploy Skype for Business as a hybrid cloud system could help the university retire its legacy telephony kit.