Enlighten Designs appointed to government panel
Hamilton IT company named to Common Web Services PanelBy Reselller News Staff, Auckland | Friday, 14 September 2012
Hamilton-based IT company Enlighten Designs announced its appointment to the panel of web service providers for the government Common Web Services initiative, according to a statement.
The 50-person organisation, which provides systems integration, software development and website work, was selected to the panel for the design, front end development and website testing services, the statement reads.
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 says its business is built around the "partnering approach to client engagement", according to the statement.
The appointment "represents a significant step towards Enlighten's vision" to be New Zealand's "leading Web Solution Company by 2015", CEO Damon Kelly says in the statement.
Congrats on the appointment, have always found ED and joy to deal with compared to many others..
Their partnering is their strong point, just look at the MS awards given to them for exactly this..
Posted by SNMP at 10:43 on September 28, 2012
I'm not afraid to put my name to my comment. I have no connection with Enlighten Designs at all. But I have dealt with them and worked alongside them numerous times in recent years and I have to say that they are (a) creative (b) progressive (c) very easy to work with. The negative comment above must surely come from a competitor.
Posted by Paul Molloy at 03:02 on September 25, 2012
"Really, Enlighten have almost no internal capacity for front-end development or design." - Sounds like this has come from a competitor. We have worked with ED on two client projects and they are excellent.
Posted by Anonymous at 21:11 on September 20, 2012
Really, Enlighten have almost no internal capacity for front-end development or design. Testing other more capable providers software development sounds like fun
Posted by Anonymous at 12:35 on September 19, 2012
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