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Information Leadership targets public sector with cloud service

12 Feb 15

Information Leadership, in partnership with cloud services leader Revera, has launched two Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) platforms to help companies and organisations transition to information management in the cloud.

The C-Stack iWorkplace and Homeland Cloud iWorkplace were launched at Information Leadership’s Digital Workplace roadshow in Wellington this week.

Information Leadership says the iWorkplace enabled cloud products offer cost, control and credibility benefits. The company says it helps clients be self-sufficient in developing and managing their ECM system.

Sarah Heal, Information Leadership director, says, Information Leadership is targeting public sector organisations in particular.

“There are some misperceptions in the market about the extent to which agencies are able to look beyond All of Government ECM suppliers for the most cost-effective and fit-for-purpose solutions for their organisation.

“However a growing number of government agencies are selecting the iWorkplace approach.

“They tell us this is because of the much lower and more transparent pricing, the many credible reference sites and the control and flexibility the agency then has over its implementation,” she says.

Heal says Information Leadership has had a ‘great response’ at the Digital Workplace roadshow.

“The number of attendees from public sector organisations at our Wellington roadshow event shows that there is a real appetite for understanding more about the other options available that will support full compliance with requirements of the Public Records Act,” she says.

The Digital Workplace events were held in Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington, and Information Leadership plans to host these sessions in other regions throughout 2015.

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