Kiwi IT firm Theta brings contactless sign-ins to reception desks worldwide
New Zealand-based IT services firm Theta revolutionized reception management with its contactless sign-in system, EVA Check-in.
Theta appointed as NZ reseller of Talend solutions
The partnership brings together Theta's solutions and Talend's data integration and integrity platform, Talend Data Fabric.
Theta to provide SentryOne services and support to APAC
As well as serving as an authorised reseller partner, Theta will be providing added technical support to the region.
LogMeIn announces marketplace and new integrations
LogMeIn unveils GoTo Marketplace, enhancing UCC tools with key integrations like Salesforce & Clio.
Theta's Designertech buyout is part of a $50m plan
Theta acquires Designertech to fuel expansion, targeting $50m turnover by year-end.
The view from the crowd at the MS Partner Awards
The scoop on what it was really like being part of the crowd at the new and improved Microsoft Partner Awards.
Making the grade - comments from the MS Partner Award finalists
ChannelLife has rounded up comments from the recently announced finalists for the 2018 Microsoft Partner Awards.
THETA 2017 gathers tertiary industry to discuss tech
THETA 2017 is looking to be one of the most relevant conferences for decision makers and infrastructure managers in the tertiary sector.
Theta turns 20 and expands its Wellington business
Strong growth in Wellington has seen IT consultancy Theta expand its business in the capital, as the company celebrates 20 years in business.
Theta partners with US reseller as global demand grows
Theta, the Kiwi firm specializing in business intelligence, has signed a second international reseller agreement for 2015.
Theta acquires IGA Systems, grows SharePoint team in NZ
Theta, the Kiwi IT consultancy firm, completed its acquisition of SharePoint consultancy IGA Systems in March and has grown its SharePoint team in NZ.
Kiwi-based Theta enters reseller alliance as it establishes partner ecosystem
NZ tech consultancy Theta partners with Canadian Project X to sell its Six Degrees software in North America.
Businesses bush bash to help cure kids
This weekend, corporate teams will compete in the Great Adventure Race to Cure Kids in New Zealand, raising money for child health research.