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Origin IT and HP invite IT managers for an afternoon of go-karting

09 Oct 15

Are you an IT professional wanting to keep up to date with the latest technology, and interested in networking and competing with your peers around the racetrack?

Origin, New Zealand’s leading provider of IT services and support to the mid-market, has teamed up with HP to host clients and prospective clients for an action packed afternoon, promising to offer attendees the chance to develop themselves both personally and professionally.

The invitation is extended to IT Decision Makers, CIOs and managers in New Zealand mid-market businesses, who would like to learn more about how they can help accelerate their business performance.

With clients such as Jucy, Les Mills and Loyalty NZ, Origin CEO Michael Russell says, "It’s imperative that businesses are safely and securely embracing the opportunity to move quickly with technology."

“Our clients choose to partner with us because of our unique ability to provide the security and power of an enterprise sized IT company, with the agility and personal touch of a smaller IT company.” Russell adds.

The complimentary event will be held on the afternoon of Thursday 15 October.  The latest HP products and innovations will be available to test drive, and there will be plenty of time to connect with like-minded peers and compete to take away HP prize giveaways.

If you are interested in attending, please express your interest to carolyn.dunn@originit.co.nz

Place are limited so get in quick!

Visit Origin’s website for more information.

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