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Avaya looks to drive digital transformation in India with new R&D team
Avaya recently announced a new leadership team to drive product innovation in its research and development (R&D) centers across Pune and Bangalore.
Kiwi companies invest in R&D and innovation, new survey finds
“Research and Development activity is crucial for creating a strong and diversified economy, and moving into higher value products and services."
Endace returns to New Zealand ownership once again
Endace has become a wholly New Zealand owned and operated company, following a management-led buyout from Emulex - its parent company.
Promapp snaps up growth grant worth up to $5 million
“It’s a great honour and the grant will allow us to add scale to our R&D investment enabling us to increase our development team by 50%."
NZ Govt extends support to local SMEs
The New Zealand Government is supporting the growth of small to medium enterprises (SMEs) with an extension on its Regional Business Partner programme
NZ needs more tech investment, or else
“That two year gap is a lifetime in the IT world; there is a clear and present danger that New Zealand will get so far behind, we may never catch up."
Government wants increase in innovation
“Our aim is to create the conditions that allow businesses to be ambitious and innovative.”
Big demand for Government's R&D grants
Up to $1.5 million will be made available to enable 126 businesses to employ students for work experience in New Zealand’s hi-tech sector.
$80m boost for NZ R&D funding announced
Steven Joyce, Science and Innovation Minister, has announced an $80 million boost for R&D funding in New Zealand as part of the Budget 2015.
Labour vows return to tax credits as R&D spending slips
Labour's finance spokesman Grant Robertson said Labour would look to boost its policy on research and development tax credits because the current gove
Emulex invests in Kiwi tertiary students
Emulex Corporation is continuing to invest in New Zealand’s education sector and develop its next generation of engineering talent.
Data warehousing gurus WhereScape eyes NZ government market
Data warehousing and big data gurus WhereScape has today announced it has opened its Wellington office this week.
Cloud offerings help MYOB break records
MYOB has announced it now has 500,000 regular paying clients, and says its cloud offerings have significantly contributed to this figure.
Billion-dollar question: Can cash boost NZ ICT industry?
"We need a massive investment in research and development, not more cuts."
Greens' tax appeal to small businesses
Low-turnover firms spending too much time and money on tax compliance, co-leader says.