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Deloitte Digital launches in New Zealand


Deloitte Digital’s broad range of service offerings makes Deloitte one of New Zealand’s largest and most comprehensive digital advisory firms

AUCKLAND, 09 November 2018 – Having grown to become one of New Zealand’s largest and most comprehensive digital advisory firms, Deloitte is pleased to bring its digital solutions under a common umbrella with the launch of Deloitte Digital today.

Deloitte Digital helps organisations navigate digital change, regardless of what stage they are on in their digital journey. This spans the full spectrum of digital advice and execution, from helping clients with the fundamental building blocks to embark on digital transformation, through to helping them achieve the big aspirational goals in their digital plans.

Deloitte Chief Executive Thomas Pippos says that digital solutions are high on the agenda of executives and boards in New Zealand.

“The reality is that our clients deal with a lot of noise around digital, and there is no shortage of thought leadership and opinion about the bleeding edge of digital transformation,” says Mr Pippos.

“But by talking and working with our clients, we’ve found some of their biggest challenges are getting the basics right; it’s about making their digital journey real with timely tangible results. This includes tackling sticky challenges like integrating old systems not made for a digital world, getting a single view of the customer and dealing with operational silos,” he says.

“Deloitte Digital recognises our clients are at different stages of their digital journey, and the solutions we provide are dependent on the digitally maturity of each client. We have a very broad digital offering with a successful track record across the spectrum.”


To find out more about Deloitte Digital, including descriptions of the full suite of services on offer, introduction to the Deloitte Digital team of experts and case studies showing the breadth of work delivered to date, please visit www.deloittedigital.co.nz.

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