Client Relationship Manager
Kris has spent almost 20 years in IT sales, in large IT corporates and smaller boutique operations. Based in Wellington, Kris is a specialist in meeting the needs of government clients. He has a strong understanding of their unique technology requirements, the Common Web Platform and government procurement processes. If it's IT and government, then Kris is the person to go to.
Kris Kincaid | 11 Jul 2017
How to choose the right partner to design and build your Common Web Platform project
With the introduction of the Web Services Panel which is supported by the Common Web Platform (CWP), it is now far easier for every agency to establish its own digital channel, while sharing common underpinnings and services. That’s important because, on the one hand it accelerates the ability to create highly effective web applications with rich functionality, while on the other it allows for easy interagency information exchange.
Kris Kincaid | 11 May 2017
Solnet appointed to All-of-Government Web Services Panel
Solnet, a leading New Zealand provider of digital and technology innovation to government and private enterprise, today announced that it is now an approved supplier for a wider range of services following its appointment to the All-of-Government Web Services Panel.
Kris Kincaid | 29 Mar 2017
Always on digital: Why the bar for government services continues to rise
We consider how consumer expectation in terms of digital interaction with organisations has been significantly raised in the last few years and how to adopt an always on approach.
Kris Kincaid | 27 Jan 2017
GovTech and the Employment Agreement Builder - an interview with Business.govt.nz
Recently we spoke with business.govt.nz about their Employment Agreement Builder (EAB) tool. Improving access to government services for New Zealanders is a key digital initiative across the public service,
Kris Kincaid | 22 Apr 2016
Solnet and The Semantic Web Company announce strategic partnership
Solnet is delighted to announce a strategic partnership with The Semantic Web Company to bring the PoolParty semantic technology suite to New Zealand.