Introducing testing principals even before a line of code had been developed gave national agricultural giant PGG Wrightson confidence that their Technical Field Representatives would be able to better service their customers, quite literally ‘out in the field’.
Request for proposals (RFP) remain at the heart of the modern tendering system for software products, and are often filled with stress for all parties. Many of us would prefer not to labour through these long, complicated and protracted experiences, but if anything they are becoming more important.
As you saw in our earlier posts we’ve been very proud to sponsor the Best Technology Solution for the Public Sector category at the recent Hi-Tech Awards. Foster Moore took home that award with their clever and innovative ‘Catalyst’ Registry product. We caught up with co-founder and Chief Executive Joel Foster to hear more about the company, their work in the public sector and take on the technology industry.
The CIO Summit is the best forum for New Zealand’s top CIOs to network and learn about some of the latest innovations. Here are our top three reasons that you should attend.
Armed with a clear and consistent RFP, customers can confidently invite vendors to show their wares. Enabling a consistent analysis of the proposals will be aided by including an independent audit.
We’re excited about the run up to the New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards ceremony on Friday 15 May.
The last few days has been dominated by the thrilling build up to the first Cricket World Cup semi-final between New Zealand and South Africa. For most of us, the game started while we were stuck at our desks so many people turned to streaming the game online through the Sky TV’s Sky Go service.
Qual IT is delighted to announce that we are sponsoring the 2015 New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards, a celebration of the best individual and company achievements in the tech sector.
Qual IT will be exhibiting at the 2014 Health Informatics New Zealand Conference on 10-12 November at SkyCity in Auckland.
Last month saw the unfortunate, if not unexpected news that Wheedle, the latest start-up in a succession of challengers to the domestic dominance of internet auction giants TradeMe, is to be ‘gracefully’ wound-down.