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Christchurch Tech CompanyAwarded Contract with Google

Christchurch Tech Company Resolve Digital Awarded Contract with Google

Christchurch, New Zealand, 11 August 2011.

Web and mobile software company Resolve Digital Ltd has won a second development contract with tech giant Google Inc., based in Mountain View, California.

The project, a Customer Relationship Manager (CRM), is built on the Refinery CMS platform. Refinery CMS is an open source content management system originally developed by Resolve Digital. Refinery CMS was a finalist in the 2010 New Zealand Open Source Awards.

The custom designed CRM will play a major role in growing face-to-face sales in local markets across the U.S. The CRM provides a tool for Google’s busy reps to record progress on their mobile devices and powerful reporting capabilities that give management the live data they require.

“Google has the resources to hire the best talent they can find, anywhere in the world” says David Jones, Resolve’s Director. “Our exceptional team embraces Google’s fast paced, agile culture and delivers software that meets their demands. We’ve managed to create a great relationship with the team at Google in Silicon Valley and are looking forward to working on more software projects with them."

Resolve Digital is currently looking for talented software developers to join their team in Christchurch.


About Resolve Digital Ltd.

Resolve Digital designs and builds web and mobile applications from our offices in Christchurch, New Zealand and San Francisco, California. We develop software using Ruby on Rails and Refinery CMS to rapidly customise software for our clients.

About Google, Inc.

Google Inc. is an American multinational public corporation invested in Internet search, cloud computing, and advertising technologies. It runs over one million servers in data centers around the world and processes over one billion search requests every day.

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