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IT consultancy Theta expands into South Island

IT consultancy Theta expands into South Island


18 March, Auckland, NZ

IT consultancy Theta has recently opened a new office in Christchurch, signalling a strong commitment to its growing South Island customer base.

The Sheffield Crescent premises become a permanent hub for South Island operations.

Theta already works with many organisations in this region - including Fulton Hogan, SCIRT, AuCom Electronics, Synlait, Invacare, and the Otago Regional Council – designing, delivering and supporting business intelligence, software, systems management and ERP solutions.

National Business Development Manager, Brent Wilkinson, comments: “This is a positive and logical next step for us. We already have many customers in the South Island, and spend a lot of time in Christchurch. It’s great to now have a local team and office to support our work in this region.”

“But it goes further than that,” he adds. “Our approach to working with customers is very much one of partnership. And real partnership is much easier to achieve when you’re on the ground, available, and understand the local market.”

Theta is now established as a truly national company with offices in Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland.

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