Aiming for Global Betterment, NZ Security Tech Firms Sign Agreement
In order to forge an identity in a sector that runs under the radar domestically, and to offer the prospective customers with a one stop shop solution for their services; some of the top technology security firms of New Zealand are deciding to amalgamate.
These include Gallagher, Wynyard Group, Tait Communications, and Endace. The main aim is to co-ordinate a push into global markets and for this they are ready to share their resources and rely upon each other's existing potentials. All of these companies have a staff of more than 2000.
With the help of this trait, firms that sell tech-based security products but don't race in the same markets will get a new opportunity to pack up their services.
In this regard, the STA spokesman and Wynyard chief executive Craig Richardson said: "The STA is a focused and well-supported initiative aimed at expanding New Zealand's security industry, capability and export earnings".
Each of the four companies has individual strength and powers that complement each other and with their joining, a persuasive new global market proposition will be created in this high growth market.
As a result of this agreement, New Zealand's international brand will be diversified differently from the primary products and food production.
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