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Solution Dynamics to extend the functionality of its Dejar Project with KiwiDigital

Solution Dynamics Limited

Solution Dynamics Limited  has informed that it has been working in a strategic partnership with KiwiDigital, from past 6 months, to extend the functionality of its Dejar product.

KiwiDigital is a software development and services company based in China, specializing in scanning technologies and is a distributor of Dejar in China.

Solution Dynamics to extend the functionality of its Dejar Project with KiwiDigital

Solution Dynamics to extend the functionality of its Dejar Project with KiwiDigi

Solution Dynamics Limited (SDL) has informed that it has been working in a strategic partnership with KiwiDigital, from past 6 months, to extend the functionality of its Dejar product.

KiwiDigital is a software development and services company based in China, specializing in scanning technologies and is a distributor of Dejar in China.

Allan Hubbard to pump $40 million in South Canterbury Finance

Allan Hubbard to pump $40 million in South Canterbury Finance

Allan Hubbard, Shareholder and chairman of South Canterbury Finance has decided to put $40 million of new capital into the company.

New Zealand new car registrations rises 8.2%

New Zealand new car registrations rises 8.2%

In a latest report, New Zealand Transport Agency has revealed that country's new car registrations rose for a second consecutive month in June, rising 8.2 percent over the month before to 4306.
The latest figures were down 36.2 percent, as compared to figures of last year.

Navman Wireless inks open-ended contract with Telecom

Navman Wireless inks open-ended contract with Telecom

Navman Wireless has signed a new open-ended contract with Telecom, to provide the technology for Telecom's Locate+ vehicle management and fleet tracking solution. It should be recalled that Telecom first selected Navman Wireless to provide the white label technology for Locate+ in June 2004.

Insurers risking breaking privacy law, says privacy commissioner

Marie Shroff

A report by the privacy commissioner released today says that insurers, by asking full patient notes, have been risking breaking privacy law.

Investigations held by Marie Shroff have discovered that insurers have been crossing limits in requesting full medical notes going back a number of years, when insuring people or paying out on a claim.

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