Think I.T. as we know it today is the result of nearly 20 years’ experience and the merger of some of New Zealand’s top computer services providers.
Specialist Computer Services and Rainbow Information Systems were both formed in the mid-1990s to provided maintained network services for small and medium businesses. The two companies merged in 2007, retaining their founding directors, to form Think I.T.
Since then, Think I.T. has built a significant presence in the health professional market. Acquiring Notable IT in 2011 and IT Force in 2013 has strengthened their position as one of New Zealand’s top computer services providers.
It is hoped that Think I.T. will expand its operations nationally, whilst maintaining the close working relationship with its customers that has always been at the core of its service.
“Customer service is not a department, it’s everyone’s job”
On April 2nd 2013, Think I.T. acquired the Highland Park and Devonport branches of IT Force.
Michael Inglis (Highland Park Owner) and Ryan Thatcher (Devonport Owner) have been jointly working on a new Primary Health software program called ‘ConnectMed’. “The time has come for us to focus our energy into the new venture,” said Michael. “Trying to develop both... more...
No more Adobe licenses
Well I reported earlier that the options for Adobe licenses and maintenance had shrunk. The options have shrunk still further as there is no longer going to be any updates to Adobe licensed products and, ongoing, Creative Cloud is your only long term option.
Is this a good or bad thing? Well it is a mixed bag.
If you are a "Creative Professional" (yes, you know who... more...