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Specialist aussie system integrator has NZ plans

03 Jun 2011

Australian based BizTech Enterprise Solutions is in the process of setting up a New Zealand operation.




The Melbourne-based company has grown into a team of over 20 members in just four years. The system integrator's core competency is Adobe enterprise solutions, which could be lumped together as form and document management with a special focus on integration of the technology into business processes.




The company has appointed Rob Robinson as local representative, with a mission to bring in new customers, grow the business and recruit team members. Robinson was previously applications manager in the IT department of rural insurer FMG.




Initially, Robinson wasn’t convinced when he was approached by the company this past Christmas. But after spending a week in the company's Melbourne office, he understood the untapped opportunity in the Kiwi market for this type of specialist expertise.



Typically, customers working with the parent organisation are looking for business outcomes, not technology, according to Robinson. He saw this fit well with the productivity, lowered costs and better customer experience offered with the type of forms management systems BizTech implements.




Because BizTech is often offering just a part of a much bigger technology solution, they regularly work with the customer's existing IT provider. The operation in New Zealand will be no different, with Robinson hoping to work with a number of system integrators throughout the country. 




More info and contact details for Robinson or the company can be found here.

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