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Enlighten Appointed to Common Web Services Panel

Enlighten Appointed to Common Web Services Panel

Prominent Hamilton IT company Enlighten Designs is proud to announce their successful appointment to the panel of web service providers for the government Common Web Services initiative. Appointment to the panel for the provision of Graphical and Visual design, Front End Development and Website Testing services is a reflection of Enlighten's capability, commitment to quality and history of providing software and IT solutions for both the private and public sectors. The Common Web Services Panel is a cross-government initiative that aims to drive value for money, efficiency and quality of delivery of web professional services for participating public agencies.

Enlighten has grown over the past decade to become one of New Zealand's largest software and web development companies with 50 full-time staff members. Whilst Enlighten's success has been recognised through a wide range of industry and business awards, their key to success has been their partnering approach to client engagement and unwavering commitment to delivering great outcomes to customers. Enlighten's strong project experience, talented people and quality delivery approach compliment the objectives of this cross-government initiative and represent an exciting opportunity and challenge.

Enlighten CEO Damon Kelly commented that "Appointment to the Common Web Services Panel represents a significant step towards Enlighten's vision to be New Zealand's leading Web Solution Company by 2015".

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