Transform how your people work

Today's IT leaders are tasked with making their organisations more agile, flexible and innovative, while continuing to support core business operations and legacy applications. The enterprise IT landscape has more possibility than ever to move the needle when it comes to how organisations operate, with the right application of technologies and methods.  

We work with your technical team to understand your current IT challenges and aspirations, define the right frameworks and technologies, and create a transformation roadmap to meet your business requirements. Our experts are on hand to advise in a range of areas and we work to develop your internal capability with leadership coaching, team training, resource augmentation, project management, and governance.

Our enterprise IT transformation services

We help answer your questions

  • What are the benefits of adopting agile development methodology?

  • How do I know which API framework will be of most benefit to my partners?

  • How can I increase staff productivity and reduce development effort?

  • How do I integrate my legacy platforms and applications with cloud technologies?

  • Where do I start when planning my continuous delivery transition?

  • How can I align my IT architecture strategy with our business objectives?

  • What should I be looking for in an ERP solution?

  • How can testing automation help improve the quality of my products?

Case Studies

You're in good company

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

Air New Zealand
Inland Revenue
Lotto NZ
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

Our latest thinking

Headless CMS explained

Darren Inwood | 19 Jun 2017

Headless CMS explained

A headless Content Management System (CMS) is a relatively new concept which decouples content from your display technology. This means that the same underlying content can be accessed and displayed across multiple platforms, while sitting in a single source. The CMS doesn’t care how the content is displayed, it leaves that up to your various delivery channels to determine.

How to build a convincing case for digital investment

Phil Coop | 25 May 2017

How to build a convincing case for digital investment

Business cases can often take weeks or even months to research and create. Any delays to approval could provide your competitors with an advantage. While many organisations appreciate the opportunities and risks that digital presents, one of the major stumbling blocks is the often long-winded and arduous process of getting investment approval at a level that will really shape the future business.

Helping MTA upgrade their digital channels

Nathan Soich | 23 May 2017

Helping MTA upgrade their digital channels

Approaching their centenary, the Motor Trade Association (MTA) were looking to refresh their web presence, they wanted to create digital channels and user-journeys that both their members and the general public would find valuable and engaging when accessing