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BlueBerryIT Press Release

BlueBerryIT Press Release

BlueBerryIT is an IT Services company dedicated to delivering high quality IT solutions to a wide range of customers across the Top of the South Island. Based right in the heart of Nelson's CBD on Trafalgar Street we have access to businesses located in the Nelson Tasman, and Marlborough regions.

BlueBerryIT was founded in 2008 and is 100% NZ owned and operated. It is the vision of four founder partners who believe that their philosophy of Simplicity, Flexibility and Value directly addresses a significant gap in the market today.

The four met while working together in Nelson and quickly realised they had a number of things in common, most importantly their commitment to outstanding customer service, their passion for the pursuit of excellence in service delivery, and the desire to control their own destiny.

From their experience they understood what worked and what didn't and from their interest and understanding of their customers they knew what business people wanted.

BlueBerryIT has extensive experience in Microsoft Desktop and Server operating systems especially Small Business Server, Virtualisation using VMware products, and SAN Storage solutions. A key area of our business is software development including database driven desktop applications, SharePoint Intranet customisation and bespoke software development.

BlueBerryIT has ambitious expansion plans for the Top of the South Island and beyond. We are already working with a significant number of key firms in the legal, accountancy, tourism and services industries as well as public sector organisations.

BlueBerryIT is here for the long term and is proud to be part of the Nelson Tasman Marlborough community.


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