Remaining disruptive and agile – key success factors for Vocus Communications

This year’s Canterbury Tech Summit opens its doors for the 16thtime on 12th September to another sell-out crowd of over 700 members of the innovation, tech and business ecosystem.

The conference theme “Amplify” struck a chord with event sponsor Vocus Communications. While this is Vocus’ first year supporting the event, their experience servicing NZ organisations as a telco spans over 22 years.

With more than 30,000 km of fibre in the ground, including over 4,200 km in New Zealand, Vocus make sophisticated, high-performance communications solutions more accessible than ever for businesses across New Zealand, Australia and the broader region, including true Trans-Tasman, on-net connectivity.

“Traditionally, New Zealand has been seen as an exporter of primary industry products, but this is starting to change as advanced technology infrastructure is enabling rapid modernisation and innovation,” says Susie Stone, GM Vocus Communications.

“Increasingly New Zealand is being seen as a country that is globally competitive, and as more businesses, incubators and startups spring up in the knowledge economy space, the need for faster and more reliable networking infrastructure will be keenly felt.”

Being a disruptor of the industry, using agility to keep doing things differently to larger competitors, and partnering strategically to support the digital transformation journey of customers are three key ingredients of success for Vocus but will no doubt apply to many organisations aiming to “Amplify” their business outcomes.

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