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Displaying items by tag: Kaz

Thursday, 09 April 2020 12:17

Dennis joins Board as sales director

Decision-making platform provider Board International has appointed Nic Dennis as sales director for Australia and New Zealand.

Published in People Moves
Tuesday, 25 September 2012 16:46

Good Technology hires Harris

Enterprise mobility specialist Good Technology has appointed Nicholas Harris as leader of its professional services and engineering practices in the Asia Pacific region.

Published in People Moves
Friday, 29 April 2011 14:52

Foster fronts Fujitsu

Serial IT sector managing director Mike Foster has been confirmed as chief executive officer of Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand after a three week apprenticeship acting in the role vacated by Rod Vawdrey earlier this month.

Published in Virtualisation
Wednesday, 17 November 2010 15:08

Protegic's fantastic five

Melbourne-based project management consultancy Protegic has appointed five business development managers to work in Australia and Singapore.

Published in People Moves
Monday, 26 July 2010 15:14

Dimension Data embarks on pre-merger spree

Just weeks after announcing Japanese giant NTT would buy it for £2.1 billion, Dimension Data has embarked on an Australian recruitment spree - announcing that it is looking for 170 new personnel over the next six months to meet rising market demand.

Published in Recruitment
Wednesday, 17 February 2010 15:03

Australian software firm seizes global control

Lansa, one of Australia's greatest international software success stories, has wrested back ownership of its global sales network, buying out a Japanese systems integrator to take control of its Lansa Japan office.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 28 January 2010 16:39

Tandberg puts Lazaroski in the picture

Tandberg has appointed Stiven Lazaroski as key account manager - enterprise southern region.
Published in People Moves
Wednesday, 18 November 2009 10:35

Dumped by Tax, Kaz and EDS take it on the chin

Despite being dropped from the Australian Tax Office shortlist to provide outsourced end-user services, HP Enterprise Services and Kaz are likely to still enjoy a prosperous post-Gershon period within the federal government, according to consultants Ovum.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Tuesday, 17 November 2009 09:45

Telstra can't make money out of ICT services

Telstra CEO David Thodey does not believe telcos can make money out of providing ICT services and spelled out clearly today that “We will never become an IT services company.”
Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 04 November 2009 12:06

Major bank anchors Fujitsu's Perth data centre

One of Australia’s major banks will be the foundation client for Fujitsu’s new Perth based data centre, signalling a fresh push from the Japanese IT giant to win more financial services sector business in Australia.
Published in Strategy
Fujitsu has beefed up its Australian operations with the appointment of a new senior management team comprising a ‘cabinet’ of group executive directors including senior executives who came across to Fujitsu with the recent acquisitions of KAZ and Supply Chain Consulting.

Published in People Moves
Fujitsu’s acquisition of Telstra’s troubled Kaz group has finally been sealed with the Foreign Investment and Review Board(FIRB) approval of the deal.

Published in Strategy
Well, Telstra might have its problems with exclusion from the NBN, falling fixed line revenues, Sol’s departure and now the long-expected offloading of Kaz.  Brushing all that aside, however, the big T still forges ahead with core business, announcing a new contract today to deploy fibre to the home broadband (FTTH) in a South Australian housing estate and, just a few days ago, a seriously large contract to deploy the Cisco TelePresence system for the federal government across all states and territories and a number of government departments.

Published in Strategy
Telstra takes a hit of $130 million with its announcement that it is offloading its IT services arm, Kaz, to Fujitsu for $200 million. The announcement comes after nearly five years of Telstra trying to justify its decision to purchase what was then the biggest local IT services player.
Published in Deals




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