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Kordia takes hit following poor Aussie results...
Kordia Group has posted a loss of $8.6 million for the year ending June 30 – down 336% on last year's $3.7 million profit.
State of Orcon; Timeline of events…
Orcon’s on the market, again. Less than a year after Kordia sold the ISP to a buyer group of Kiwi businesspeople, the firm is once again being touted to bidders. Check out Techday’s run-down of events during the past twelve months...
Finally, a Lync solution that works...
After trying numerous internet service providers to get its Microsoft Lync unified communications services operational, an Auckland-based IT services provider turned to Kordia for its Microsoft Lync certified OnKor offering.
State of Orcon; We dig the dirt
"I can assure you the company is solvent," Orcon chief executive Greg McAlister says. "Every month as an organisation our board has to have confidence that the business is solvent and they do."
What got Kiwis talking in the NZ Channel market last year...
Geoff Hunt, Des Ling, Alicia Keys, a struggling Trade Me rival, the Samsung S4, the newly released Microsoft Office, a desperate Renaissance, a $80m telco sale plus more - find out what made the news during 2013 in the New Zealand channel market...
Farewell to analogue as digital switchover completed
With a quick press of a button, Broadcasting Minister Craig Foss has brought to an end more than 60 years of analogue television and moved television broadcasting across the country into the digital world.
Kordia Connect - helping SMBs connect the dots of convenience
Both the use of phone and internet are crucial tools for any business of any size, whether it be in New Zealand or across the world.
Kordia's NZ business ready for analogue TV switch-off
Kordia Group has boosted after-tax profit 46 per cent to $10.7m ($7.3m in FY12) for continued operations in the 12 months to 30 June 2013.
Kordia Connect delivers direct link to broadband
Even the fastest broadband can be crawlingly slow when something goes wrong – especially when your ISP is not the telco that owns the infrastructure.
Kordia NZ claims Global Telecoms Business Innovation award
Company takes out the Wireless Network Infrastructure Innovation category for delivering broadband internet to isolated Pacific communities.
Four-ward thinking Orcon recruits leadership team
Company establishes four new positions on its leadership team, as the company positions itself for growth.
Does the Orcon sale smack of short-term thinking?
Labour Party says sale of the state-owned telco is shrouded in mystery and demands to know the cost.
Kordia sells Orcon to Kiwi buyer group
Kordia has sold Orcon, its residential and business ISP, to a buyer group of Kiwi businesspeople, headed by Vivid Networks MD Warren Hurst.
Kordia: Orcon deal ongoing
Company denies deal for the internet provider has fallen through, despite deals twice breaking down.
Kordia to announce Orcon sale?
Rumours suggest Kordia will make an announcement by the end of the week regarding the future of Orcon.
~$80-mil Orcon deal? No comment, says key man
The rumour mill fires up, delivers big numbers as Kordia's sale of Orcon looks a dead-cert - though the man apparently at the centre of everything won't speak.
Orcon attracting "intensified" buyer interest
Kordia says Orcon has attracted "intensified" buyer interest in recent months and an announcement is expected to be made in "coming weeks".
Kordia NZ receives Microsoft Lync 2013 certification
Company becomes first in New Zealand to achieve the certification for business SIP service.
CEO Geoff Hunt to leave Kordia
CEO leaves a "refocused Kordia after a transformational eight years at the helm."
Kordia’s IT Superhero winner revealed…
Evertec Solutions networking specialist Edward Minnell beats off nine finalists to claim the prize.
Kordia’s IT Superhero finalists announced
Ten finalists have been chosen as they battle it out for a trip for two to the NASA Centre in Florida.
Labour criticises Kordia outsourcing
Another 50 Kiwis will join the ever-lengthening dole queue as Kordia outsources its Auckland call centre.
Kordia and Orcon to merge under Bartlett
Scott Barlett will head Kordia New Zealand as both companies combine to strengthen growth.
UFB first as One Fibre connects customer to Kordia service
In a nation-wide first business internet provider has successfully connected a retail customer to the UFB network through Kordia’s new Business Connect Light service.