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Resolve Expands into New Zealand


Resolve Expands into New Zealand

WELLINGTON – 29 September 2014

Resolve Software Group (Resolve) is excited to announce its recent expansion into the international market, opening a new company and new offices in New Zealand.

Resolve has been delivering to New Zealand since 2004, and since last year’s launch of Resolve CloudBase, business has grown and stronger working relationships have evolved. Customers rely on Resolve to provision, host, and support their business-critical DCM solutions, and though customers have been successfully serviced from Australia to date, Resolve’s relationship strategy is to have staff as close to customers as is practicable.

Consequently, Resolve Software Group NZ Limited has commenced business in New Zealand as a wholly owned subsidiary of Resolve, and the company’s first international office has opened in Wellington. Resolve will now be able to provide even greater support to New Zealand customers, and be in a better position to further expand within the region.

ABOUT RESOLVE: Established in 1994, Resolve is a global provider of Dynamic Case Management solutions – be that complaint, feedback, incident, membership, or other case management applications. Resolve is a flexible and powerful application that has captured the attention of a wide user base including utilities, FMCG, automotive, health and transport industries, and is used as core business system by numerous Government Departments and Ombudsman’s Offices across Australia, New Zealand and abroad. Resolve has a single purpose to deliver flexible solutions that meet its customers’ requirements.


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