Our approach

We work with your business and technology teams to develop the right enterprise architecture to achieve your current and future business objectives.

Our experts then help define the right integration and API frameworks and technologies, and then work collaboratively to deliver the solution.

Business benefits

Our API and integration consultants and technical experts help your organisation extend your core systems and applications to deliver real business value. 

With the right application of API technologies, we help you leverage the value of your core systems by exposing the underlying data to a wide range of applications.

Our architecture, integration and API services

  • Our experts work with your IT and business teams to align people, services and technology.

  • Our people work with technology owners to develop API strategies to unlock data and systems.

  • We work with both business and technology stakeholders to engineer high-quality solutions.

  • Our team works with you to optimise your SaaS spend, lowering your costs of operation.

You're in good company

We're helping leading New Zealand organisations design and deliver their digital futures.

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Our latest thinking

Introducing Client Executive Matt Kirke

Business Technology | 6 Sep 2018

Introducing Client Executive Matt Kirke

We're pleased to welcome Matt to our team! Read on to learn more about his experience and how he aims to help New Zealand organisations.

Are you using intelligent web forms?

Business | 16 Aug 2018

Are you using intelligent web forms?

Customers and prospects seek meaningful and efficient interactions with organisations that can address their needs. Are your old-fashioned web-forms standing in the way?

Five ways CEOs can help their organisation respond to digital opportunities

Business | 30 Jul 2018

Five ways CEOs can help their organisation respond to digital opportunities

Today’s CEO has a difficult role. Customer expectations are rapidly evolving, margins are being eroded ...