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Petone identity management firm JNCTN partners with NEC NZ
Petone-based credential management firm JNCTN has created a partnership with NEC New Zealand, which will enable the company to integrate biometric technology into its cloud-based services.
NZ’s BayCom named NEC UC Partner of the Year yet again!
It is the third consecutive year the communications company has taken out the award.
NEC NZ elevated to gold status in Palo Alto Networks channel program
NEC New Zealand’s move into emerging practices including cybersecurity has seen it garner Palo Alto Networks NextWave gold partner status.
Familiar face to push smart cities, AI for NEC NZ
NEC NZ has appointed industry veteran David Tse as sales and marketing manager as it looks to drive smart cities, AI and public safety locally.
2degrees and NEC NZ embarking on smart cities initiative
Two Degrees Mobile and NEC New Zealand have announced that they are collaborating trend to help make New Zealand cities smarter.
Health reasons force NEC NZ managing director departure
"His decision to step aside is courageous. We are all very sorry at this outcome, but hope he can now take time to address what is most important."
Case study: How did Ultrafast Fibre solve their communication issues?
Ultrafast Fibre were trying to operate in a highly-competitive environment using a legacy phone system from the late 1990s - here's how they fixed it.
NEC NZ ups local smart city focus
NEC New Zealand showcased its smart city suite of offerings to central and local government leaders in Wellington last week.
NEC's NZ business takes profit hit despite solid revenues
NEC New Zealand has seen a dramatic decline in profit for its 2015 financial year despite revenue only slightly down on a year earlier.
Japanese and NZ students to become virtual buddies
Selected schools in New Zealand and Japan have the opportunity to connect thanks to a collaborative effort by NEC New Zealand and Lower Hutt's Hutt City Council.