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Equinox IT appointed Government Web Services Panel member

Equinox IT appointed Government Web Services Panel member

Equinox IT has been appointed as a panel member for the new All-of-Government Web Services Panel.

The panel provides government agencies with access to an all-of-government service for the common capability procurement of a range of web services, replacing the previous Common Web Services Panel.

"Effective use of web technology is essential to every future-looking government agency that wishes to provide convenient and cost effective services and experiences to their customers and staff" says Equinox IT Consulting Services General Manager Deane Sloan.

"We're very happy to be able to offer a range of website and web application services under the panel to help government agencies improve their customer and internal experiences."

The panel includes 11 service categories and Equinox IT is approved to offer the following services to government agencies:

· Information architecture

· Content design

· User insight

· Application testing

· Front-end development

· Back-end development

· Native application development

· Ongoing support


Equinox IT has a long and successful history of developing and supporting software applications, web applications and websites for its clients.

The company is the only New Zealand owned Microsoft Gold Partner for the DevOps competency.

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