Increased demand for digital infrastructure sees Teltrac expand to southern NZ
Teltrac has announced further expansion into the southern region of New Zealand as a result from increased demand for digital infrastructure and technology solutions.
Teltrac will open in the southern region of the country with presence across three cities, Dunedin, Invercargill and Queenstown.
With offices already in Christchurch, Nelson, Wellington and Auckland, the organic expansion is testament to the company's employees' dedication and the result of client demand for its hands-on service levels, offering the latest digital infrastructure and technology solutions.
"We have always had a nationwide network of contractors to support our experienced technical team," says Michael Miles, national sales manager at Teltrac.
"Our new Southern presence gives us the opportunity to bring our ways of working and high levels of customer care directly to our clients, who have asked us to open locally," he says.
As Teltrac celebrates 30 years in business this year, the expansion to offer the latest digital infrastructure and technology solutions in Dunedin, Invercargill, Queenstown and across the Southern Lakes district, is a reflection of its people and customer approach, the company says.
Teltrac has been involved in building technology since 1991. From data cabling to full technology installations, Teltrac is the trusted partner for recognised companies such as ANZ, ASB, Arvida, Christchurch International Airport, Farmlands, Ravensdown and is in a great position to harness the growth of the market.
From audio visual, building automation, structured cabling systems, Internet of Things, telephone systems, nurse call, remote hands, security, visitor management, and wireless implementation, through to managed solutions, project management, service and support, the depth of capabilities and services offered by Teltrac is vast and bespoke for each customer.
"We want to thank our employees, clients and business partners for their continued support," says Teltrac chief executive officer Craig Hutchison.
"Our new presence gives us the opportunity to employ local people and invest in the communities, promote internally and bring our expertise directly to the southern region," he says.
"We are delighted to announce one of the first major projects our southern team will be working on is the visionary Invercargill inner-city redevelopment."
Teltrac Communications Limited began trading on 16 May 1991 as a contractor to Telecom South delivering business and residential cabling services.
Initially it started with 14 employees, all based in Christchurch. It now has more than 100 personnel across various locations in New Zealand. Ith as a network of subcontractors in remote locations throughout New Zealand, which allows the company to offer full national coverage for clients.