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  • 12 Apr 2019 4:04 PM | Anonymous

    Register for the ALGIM Autumn Conference

    One of the most exciting parts in the lead up to an ALGIM Conference is finding out the finalists for our awards.

    We’re pleased to announce the following finalists for our GIS and IRM Project of the Year Awards.

    GIS Project of the Year

    Auckland PathsAuckland Council

    The Auckland Paths tool has been designed to give residents easy to access information on the wide range of paths around the city. Using the tool users can filter by a variety of categories, including whether they’re walking or cycling, what area of Auckland they’re in, and what type of path they’re after eg beach, bush, historic, flat. Working in partnership with AT and private sector partners, and utilising in-house resources, the project has provided a cost effective, popular tool for Aucklanders.

    Breach of Bylaw Mobile Application - Bay of Plenty Regional Council

    When the BOPRC GIS team partnered with the Maritime team, they delivered a solution that saved huge amounts of time, and let the Maritime team focus on ensuring public safety. They developed a mobile application that interfaces with ArcGIS Online and Accela to allow bylaw breaches to be entered into the council systems while still out on the water. The process now takes less time, less workload, and has fewer errors.

    Northland Civil Defence Operational OverviewNorthland Regional Council

    Giving Civil Defence the most information possible during an emergency is crucial. To assist with this, NRC have created a system which combines several pieces of software including ArcGIS, Survey123, and Story Maps, to gather real time information for situation reports and action planning. This quickly delivers vast quantities of data to the Emergency Operations Centre, giving Civil Defence staff and volunteers the information they need to respond to disasters.

    Pre-1930 Character Area ReviewWellington City Council

    Character assessments and similar stock-taking reports have typically been time-intensive and expensive undertakings for councils. Using off-the-shelf software, WCC was able to capture much of the data from the desktop, meaning that field inspections were only required as verification, rather than initial collection. This was all compiled into an easy-to-use engagement tool for community engagement.

    IRM Project of the Year

    00z: Licence to DestroyAshburton District Council

    Retention and Disposal is something that is crucial to get right. After last year’s winning project, migrating from their old network drive to an EDRMS, Ashburton required a robust retention and disposal system. Breaking away from the traditional, physical R&D thinking, they have come up with a successful approach that has engaged the whole business.

    Project Upgrade: A digitization and change management journeyBay of Plenty Regional Council

    With office renovations underway, and a shift to open plan, the physical file storage rooms at BOPRC were going away. This posed a problem for the council’s records storage. Instead of seeking new physical spaces, the decision was made to go digital. Done using in-house expertise at a fraction of the cost the project saved the council money, freed up hundreds of square metres of space, and ensured the documents were safely preserved for years to come.

    EDRMS on a ShoestringMackenzie/Hurunui District Councils

    The existing EDRMS was not well utilised within council and had a stigma attached. With a total budget of $50k, a new solution was selected and successfully implemented. This was achieved on time and on budget by the shared service IT provided. The solution is not just EDRMS but a digital platform to transform the organisation from paper processes into a digital workplace

    EDRMS Reconfiguration: Making it easy to create, manage, and find council informationNelson City Council

    While changes to the EDRMS were at the core of this project, the real benefits lay in the change management, and increasing the records maturity of the council. Staff throughout the council are now much more familiar and confident with the process of information/records management, and are keen to engage with the records team. The project has brought efficiency gains and cost savings throughout the organisation.

  • 1 Mar 2019 4:11 PM | Anonymous

    If you're stuck for ideas on what to nominate for our awards - here are the winners and runners up from last year's awards.

     Already have a nomination idea - enter it here.

    The mother of all migrations


    Given an overloaded shared drive, a small IM team, and a big task, Ashburton District Council managed to pull off an impressive feat – migrating to an EDRMS without a hitch.

    The amount of clever and careful planning, and smooth execution of the migration impressed the judges at our Autumn Conference, and they awarded Ashburton the IRM Project of the Year Award.

    So how did they pull it off? The first step, according to Ashburton DC’s Leonie Robinson, was to visualize the problem so management could see the scale of the task that lay ahead. With over 800,000 documents, 56,000 folders, and some folder structures up to 18 deep, it was definitely a challenge.

    The project was planned out in four steps. First, they ran a crawler, scrape tool, and an Optical Character Recognition tool. These ran across the network drive overnight, extracting data to a SQL database, searching contents of documents for TechnologyOne IDs or ADC’s Classification codes, and discovering PDFs that weren’t OCR’d, respectively.

    With all the documents listed in the database, they were able to strip out documents that did not have an extensions that related to council records eg software. Then they refined it down to those documents in the target timeframe for the first migration, and worked through duplicates.

    This database then fed through to a staging area on Sharepoint, where staff could go through and examine their documents to ensure they were correctly tagged. With this step complete, they moved to the migration.

    The migration went smoothly thanks to all the preparation behind the scenes. A copy of each document is migrated across, up until the morning of the roll out. Then, a script runs through and checks any documents that have been updated – migrating across the latest version, and hiding the original files on the network drive. Scripts also recognize the names of the IM team, and reset the modified by and modified date metadata, to remove the work that the IM team have done in moving the documents.

    All that’s left is to push the network metadata into the EDRMS’ system fields, fix poor metadata, and delete old, duplicated, or marked documents. This process went so smoothly that the project often found itself running two to three days ahead of schedule.

    Crucial to the success of the project was the communication with staff, and ensuring everyone was on board, and well informed.

    Preserving photographic history in Pahiatua

    From a large scale, council-spanning project to a more niche, but equally important project in the southern Tararua town of Pahiatua.

    Like much of rural New Zealand, it has a rich history that was swept up in the local government reforms of the late 1980s. Pahiatua Borough and County Councils no longer existed, but their photographic history did, and it meant a lot to the local community.

    The original task was to take down photos and give them a clean. The team thought, well if we’re doing that, why not digitize them as well? Then they found some of the photos deteriorating, so why not shift them into storage and display reproductions? Actually, not all the people in the photos are identified. Why not create a reference of all the names and faces?

    It was in that way that a project was born. The call was put out to the community for help in filling in gaps that existed in the photographic record. They rallied to the cause, and the council eventually ended up with an almost complete record of the Borough Council from its inception through to its amalgamation in 1989.

    One particularly notable exception was the Borough Council mayor from 1902 to 1904. After his 1912 conviction for a crime relating to the trust funds of his clients, it seems the council of the time took it upon themselves to expunge him from the historical record.

    The end result of this was a project that showed you don’t need a massive scope or budget to achieve something meaningful. The records management team completed this on the smell of an oily rag, but were successful because they worked closely with the community for a result that will have a long lasting impact for the people of Pahiatua.

    Water, water everywhere, but how much is there actually? 

    Having a clear picture of water allocation is crucial for regional councils, and Northland came up with a way to view where their water is being used, right down to the river reach level.

    Their enhanced Water Allocation Tool (WAT), pulls data from a variety of systems, to form a complex GIS based model. It incorporates consent data, rainfall data, stock numbers, minimum flow levels, and more to provide a real-time snapshot of water in the region.

    This is then made available internally and externally using ESRI technologies that are already being used within NRC.

    This has provided huge benefits across the council. Planners can use figures from the tool to better plan policy, and illustrate why regulatory restrictions are required. The consent team can quickly see where water is over-allocated, and issue consents in a much quicker manner. Plus, Environment teams and hydrologists can easily find areas of pressure, and prioritise their resources accordingly. They say bad data in means bad data out. Improving the data available to the council has also greatly improved processes to create better, more meaningful data.

    The WAT has also made it possible to give the community more control and engagement with the water allocation process. Being able to view the maps allows a self-serve aspect to the process, meaning that a customer can check out an area, and see if they’re likely to be granted a water take. Prior to this tool being in place, they had to ring a staff member and wait while they did manual calculations.

    The tool, with its clear and obvious benefits for council and community was announced the winner of our GIS Project of the Year Award.


    The district plan goes digital 

    The first New Zealand council to create a district plan drafted directly into a property-based e-plan, New Plymouth’s approach to e-planning was an impressive one.

    With the information displayed in a digital, interactive form, the map-centric design uses spatial data as a portal into the plan itself. Using an interface not dissimilar to that of Google Maps, users can enter specific addresses, or navigate around the map.

    Once they select a property, users can view a whole range of details, including zoning, what parts of the district plan apply to that property, special features such as notable trees, and more.

    They can then click through to these areas to see more information on that topic, and the relevant areas of the district plan. The overall impact has been a district plan that is much more engaging and accessible for the public. 

    This didn’t happen overnight though. It took a great deal of collaboration between the GIS and planning teams. They built up a GIS planning schema to provide a framework for the GIS layers to integrate with rules. A graphic designer was added dinto the team to create a cohesive and attractive design, which took a complex subject and made it accessible in a form that many customers are used to from the big tech companies.

    There have been a range of benefits for the council too, with teams more engaged in planning, and able to find information quicker to answer customer queries. The planners also have more knowledge on GIS, meaning increased spatial awareness when drafting new rules.

    This is a cutting-edge tool that other councils can use as a blueprint to create their own digital plans as the regulatory environment shifts toward e-plans as the preferred format.

    Become an ALGIM award winner - nominate now

  • 13 Feb 2019 10:49 AM | Anonymous

    What's the workshop?

    This workshop is a new one being run by LINZ - but unlike the others, this one's been tailored just for local government. It's designed to show you how to:

    • Use storytelling to communicate with stakeholders, ratepayers and the public.
    • Understand which tools and templates are useful for different purposes.
    • Review good practices methods, tips and tricks, identifying and engaging your audience.

    This workshop has been added to the conference programme on the Tuesday afternoon, so there's no additional cost for those attending the conference

    However, there are limited numbers for the workshop, so please register below if you're interested. 

    You can also use the link to register for the FREE Women in Spatial breakfast on the Tuesday morning thanks to sponsorship from Eagle Technologies. This breakfast is open to all conference attendees.



  • 21 Dec 2018 9:26 AM | Anonymous

    As we come to the end of 2018 and the mid-point of the financial year, it is a chance to look back and then ahead to what 2019 will have in store for local government.

    The sector has certainly been undergoing change with some 21 new IT Managers/CIOs in 2018.

    Throughout the year ALGIM was able to showcase many case studies around innovation. Timaru certainly shone the light on IoT innovation with their manufacture of their own sensors, Palmerston North City built a dashboard pulling together water data from a range of sources, Ruapehu District flew high to launch a drone-based capture of their cemeteries, and the Auckland pairing of Auckland Council and AT continue to lead some highly innovative projects.

    For us at ALGIM we helped councils to stay ahead by looking at the new privacy legislation that was being considered by Parliament, ensuring drone operators knew the rules by running drone safety courses as well as publishing a public dronesafe video for free use by all councils.

    ALGIM believes there will be much more change facing councils in the year ahead. The first prediction is an increase in cybersecurity attacks. Councils are at risk if they don’t have good security measures and strategies. So what is ALGIM doing to assist our members? ALGIM has launched a self-assessment, Local Government Cybersecurity Programme in partnership with SAM for Compliance. This will provide an indicator on how mature your organisation is or how at risk. It may also lower insurance premiums for those who reach certain levels of maturity as we hope this becomes the benchmarking standard for the sector.

    ALGIM predicts more councils will move applications to the cloud and many will be considering Infrastructure as a Service. A number of councils are looking at their ERP systems and replacement projects are being planned in 2019. The amoutn of sharing of RFP documents and collaboration between councils for assistance in the evaluation process is very pleasing to see.

    A number of councils already have migrated to Microsoft 365 but many more will follow in 2019. The power of 365 lies in the many functions it can perform so ALGIM is bringing a leveraged training programme to the sector to put the power of 365 into the hands of the users.

    However, the biggest area of impact will be under the umbrella of digital transformation. We will see local government adopting robots, implementing RPA (Robotic Process Automation), greater use of IoT to enable more smart cities/towns/regions, a growing number of drones in use, and the development of strategies to assist communities in adapting to the new digital world. Addressing the digital divide is a priority for most councils as those households without connectivity will be left further behind. A big part of this being locations that don’t have access to 4G or fibre which should improve for some when RBI2 kicks in.

    With the ever-increasing demands and more channels available to the public, chatbots, digital assistants along with artificial intelligence (AI) will assist to a degree with the less complex questions asked by customers. In the coming year new offerings from vendors will see greater use of AI in the sector, and big data will also challenge us to be able to navigate the vast arrays of information. ALGIM too is working on a shared digital employee business case with the aim to deliver a prototype in early 2019.

    Finally, open data has the power to drive economic activity across New Zealand so we hope to see more data sets made available.

    What an exciting time to be part of the digital era and all the opportunities it could bring. Hang on for an incredible ride as we journey into 2019.

  • 14 Dec 2018 3:31 PM | Anonymous

    ActiveImage Protector solves operational challenges relating to migrating, restoring files or recovering entire system with a minimum of outage, no matter how large the system is that needs to be recovered. ActiveImage Protector can use your existing SAN for the virtual standby replica, or you can provision directly attached storage. This approach still provides you with almost instant  DR and doesn't rely on the SAN still being operational. A DR solution that relies on production infrastructure components has risks associated with it. Backup and DR Replica space is minimised by utilising source based de-duplication that reduces space by 65-75%.

    There are two solutions in the ActiveImage product suite, ActiveImage Protector and IT Pro

    ActiveImage IT Pro

    For Technicians or SysAdmins, ActiveImage IT Pro solves the issue of efficiently backing up the entire system in a bare metal recovery state prior to working on the system. The portable IT Pro application runs off portable media (USB, DVD, ISO, Single EXE on a Network Share) and there is no requirement to install any software on the system being backed up. IT Pro also supports Physical to Physical, Physical to Virtual or Virtual to Virtual migrations as part of the AIR (Architecture Independent Restore) functionality built in to the application. Other features include de-duplication, unused sector backup and skip on bad sectors, plus a scripting CLI is available.

    ActiveImage Protector

    ActiveImage Protector is a replacement (or complementary solution) to existing backup solutions, but offers a great deal of flexibility with data recovery and full system disaster recovery. ActiveImage Protector creates intelligent incremental sector level backup replicas (up to every 5 minutes) that can be mounted (for file recovery), directly booted (for DR or DR testing) ,replicated (for cloud DR and an off-site data copy) or Virtualised (and updated as each new incremental update occurs)  to a high performance standby VM on Hyper-V or ESX with up to 30 boot points for failover boot time  flexibility. The vStandby functionality provides an ideal solution for physical or virtual servers that need to be recovered and be available for business operations in a very short time, either from the last point in time, or a prior boot point to cater for corruption or virus infections etc.

    Test Drive

    Both ActiveImage Protector and IT Pro are available for fully functional trials by accessing the trial link below:

    ActiveImage Product Links

    ActiveImage Webinar:

    There will be a webinar in February 2019 to provide more detailed information about the IT Operational challenges that ActiveImage solves and to talk through typical ActiveImage  use scenarios. An email will be sent out with the webinar registration link in late January 2019.

    Promotional Pricing

    Promotional Notes

    Bundle pricing available with a purchase of IT Pro.

    Pricing is in NZD and is GST Exclusive.

    Pricing only valid to ALGIM members.

    Proof required for competitive crossgrade / upgrades.


    Paul Phillips
    020 4147 8464

  • 6 Dec 2018 11:10 AM | Anonymous

    Another year is coming to an end, and with it, our final conference of the year just wrapped up in Rotorua. We'd like to say a big thank you to everyone who made it to our events this year. We hope you enjoyed them as much as we enjoy running them for you.

    To everyone in local government and beyond, we hope to see you in 2019 at one of our conferences. Check out the confirmed dates and locations below.

    Autumn Conference 
    GIS and Information and Records Management
    6-7 May 2019 | Shed 6, Wellington

    Spring Conference
    Customer Experience and Web & Digital
    15-17 September 2019 | Town Hall, Christchurch

    Annual Conference
    Local Government ICT
    4-6 November 2019 | TSB Arena, Wellington

    ALGIM Autumn Conference 
    GIS and Information and Records Management

    6-7 May 2019 | Shed 6, Wellington

    The organising committee is already hard at work planning this event, and we have a great programme coming together. Keep an eye out for registrations opening soon.

    This year we're sticking with the ever popular Wellington, but shifting the venue to Shed 6 on the waterfront to give our conference more space as it continues to grow. The Wellington location also means we'll be able to carry out our first ever Autumn Conference site visits to places like LINZ, Archives NZ and more.

    See the latest info on our Autumn Conference

    ALGIM Spring Conference 
    Customer Experience and Web & Digital

    15-17 September 2019 | Town Hall, Christchurch

    We love to take our Spring Conference on the road, allowing us to visit different cities, and let delegates experience local businesses with our site visits.

    In 2019, we can't wait to visit Christchurch in the soon-to-be-opened Town Hall. With several Canterbury councils on board with the planning, and a beautiful city to explore, it's going to be a cracker of a conference.

    Keep an eye on this page for more info about our Spring Conference

    ALGIM Annual Conference 
    Local Government ICT

    4-6 November 2019 | TSB Arena, Wellington

    We've just wrapped up this year's Annual Conference, so it almost feels too soon to be talking about the next one, but we want to make sure you have it in your diary.

    For the last many years our Annual Conference has been held in the upper-North Island - Rotorua, Auckland, and Taupo.

    Next year we're trying something different and heading to the capital. Based on feedback from our delegates, we're hoping that the central location and busy airport makes travelling to the conference easier and less time consuming for many of you.

    We look forward to seeing you there for great thought leadership, networking, case studies, workshops, vendors, and more.

    Information on the conference will be posted at this link 

  • 30 Oct 2018 12:43 PM | Anonymous

    ALGIM's 2018 Annual Conference award finalists

    Congratulations to all the 2018 finalists for these awards. The finalists will be presenting at our Annual Conference, you can register using the button above, if you haven't already.

    Excellence in Innovation

    4D CEMETERIES, Ruapehu District Council
    Ruapehu District Council embarked on a project to provide their cemeteries within a rich 3D environment, with the intention of providing the opportunity and experience to relatives, friends and genealogists to visit their cemeteries via an immersive, high definition 3D application via their internet browser.

    NEXT-GEN NETWORKING (SOFTWARE DEFINED WAN), Hastings District Council The five Hawke’s Bay councils have uniquely pooled resources and collaborated to jointly execute the delivery of nextgeneration networking known as SDWAN (software defined WAN). SD-WAN is driving the need to rethink what the WAN looks like and how it operates improving innovation and collaboration across the five councils as well as reducing costs.

    Auckland Council has embraced emerging process automation technology as a way of doing more with the same resource and as a way of enhancing the quality of work for staff, eliminating the repetitive and often frustrating elements. The key drivers were error reduction, faster transaction processing and enabling process standardisation. 

    Most of Auckland’s roads are used at their maximum capacity just two hours a day on weekdays – so arguably congestion is not due to a lack of roads, it’s due to everyone wanting to use those roads at the same time and in their own car. To tackle this head on, Auckland T ransport Business Technology ran a trial in August 2018 to see if real-time and historical data could alter commuters’ perceptions, and ultimately change their behaviour. 

    Sentiment analysis work was carried out to support the council and public engagement by gauging sentiment at an aggregate level on certain topics and issues. The work required the NPDC BI team to utilise Python to build a model that would assess positivity on a -1 to +1 scale, for every comment made on NPDC’s numerous Facebook pages. The end result is a dashboard hosted on Power BI Report Server which allows our communications & marketing team to gauge public sentiment on a particular issue as they post about it.

    CUSTOMER PORTAL, Hurunui District Council
    With the internet, customers now expect to do more and have access to information when it suits them.The need to move from a “9 to 5” organisation and into the 24/7 world of the internet has identified the need for a Customer Portal (GoCouncil portal). The portal allows customers to See their Council Records, Pay for Council Services, and Do; apply for, or renew Council services. If customers wish, they can use live chat functionality to interact with the customer services team.

    Best Technical Solution

    Timaru District Council have successfully developed a working air quality sensor design and associated LoRaWAN network, at a reduction of over 20x the cost of the quoted commercial offering, with 2.5x the number of sensors.

    The sensor hardware has been developed in house using off the shelf components and sensors, moving from an initial prototype build through to a custom designed printed circuit board, with 3D printed enclosure.

    By using open software and systems, they have enabled side benefits of a publically usable LoRaWAN platform for the Timaru District, and open access to the resultant data. The system hardware and microcontroller software is also to be made available.

    SAFE SWIM, Auckland Council
    The updated Safeswim programme pulls together data from Auckland Council and Watercare’s long-term monitoring programmes, sensors on the water network, high-frequency risk and event-based sampling programme, meteorological data, the council’s network of rain gauges and rain radar, advice from Surf Life Saving Northern Region’s patrol captains and control centre, and advice from medical officers of health attached to the Auckland Regional Public Health Service. Auckland beach users now have access to a fully-integrated web and signage platform – a ‘one stop shop’ for advice on beach conditions that allows them to ‘check before they swim’ and make informed decisions about when and where to swim.

    When the Auckland Transport Operations Centre (ATOC) lit up the eagerly anticipated Whangaparaoa Dynamic Lane (WDL), a challenging technology-driven upgrade to the only road in and out of the rapidly developing Whangaparaoa peninsula, lights on the central median strip changed colour to indicate it could be used by east-bound traffic, and within minutes the normal afternoon peak congestion had all but disappeared.

    At the flick of a switch and at about 1/10th the cost of alternatives, the WDL had doubled the route’s effective capacity without any land acquisition and without removing any walking or cycling facilities.

  • 28 Sep 2018 10:43 AM | Anonymous


    Every year we ask delegates what they come to our Annual Conference for. In addition to the speakers and networking, the wide range of exhibitors is always listed as a major driving force behind their decision to attend.

    This year we have a range from across the spectrum of ICT related businesses. Check out those confirmed below.

    Our Elite Partner

    MAGIQ Software

    Platinum Sponsors



    Information Leadership





    The list below is confirmed exhibitors. There are still plenty more to come:

    MAGIQ Software

    Advanced Security






    Kaon Security

    Noel Leeming Commercial

    Catalyst IT

    SMX email

    Kepner Tregoe


    The Testing Consultancy


    TRL leasing

    Redman Solutions


    Datacom Payroll



    Information Leadership



    SAM for Compliance

    NOW NZ


    Master Business Systems

    Go Council

    Desktop Imaging


    Amazon Web Services

    Objective Corporation



  • 27 Sep 2018 4:27 PM | Anonymous

    Every day, thousands of customers are interacting with councils across the country. Whether it's over the phone, or through your web presence, it's important to know what they experience.

    ALGIM's web audits, and customer experience mystery shop tell you just that. Packed with information gathered by our researchers over several months, these reports are here to keep you up-to-date on what you're doing well, and what you could be doing better.

    To find more about them, and order your report, you can click here for the Web Audit, and here for the Customer Experience Mystery Shop.

  • 4 Sep 2018 2:07 PM | Anonymous

    ALGIM's Spring Conference is a great event, and it wouldn't be possible without the support of our great exhibitors and sponsors. Make sure to visit them at the event and see what they have to offer.

    MAGIQ Software

    MAGIQ Software provides a Cloud deliverable finance and administration software platform. The Company has more than 500 customers spread across New Zealand, Australia, the USA, the UK, Singapore and South Africa with a strong focus on the public sector and related service agencies. 

    More than 220 Councils throughout New Zealand and Australia enjoy using MAGIQ every day.

    The MAGIQ Enterprise Platform features six Suites of contemporary, easy to use software. Each Suite can be deployed individually, or together as a single unified Platform.

    · MAGIQ Council

    · MAGIQ Finance

    · MAGIQ Payroll

    · MAGIQ Performance

    · MAGIQ Documents

    · MAGIQ Mobile

    Ease of use combined with a careful and efficient implementation process delivers excellent staff take-up and great business outcomes for customers. Our team of more than 100 staff deliver local support and development from offices in Napier, Auckland, Christchurch, Melbourne, Sydney and Los Angeles.

    Squiz NZ

    Squiz helps councils harness digital technologies to deliver services online.

    Used by local government in NZ, Australia, Europe, the UK and USA, our platform for building out council services online:

    • integrates into any environment
    • includes council-specific workflows such as consultation management
    • supports council innovation and utilisation of emerging technologies such as IoT and AI.

    PNCC Contact Centre

    The PNCC Contact Centre operates one of the largest shared services in local government, providing 30 councils with a multi-channel service offering to take the stress out of after hours.

    14 years of experience handling day to day local government issues as well as answering the call when Emergency strikes.

    Today, we are addressing the challenge of what to do with social media after hours.

    Piloting a service for 3 months with a handful of councils we are shaping a Facebook monitoring service to share with any council. Is this an issue you are facing and how are you tackling it today?

    We’d love to hear your take on it.

    Bottomline Technologies

    The ability to pay and get paid is critical for every business. But business payments are inherently complex and getting more so every day, making it difficult for organizations to create a business payments strategy that helps them be successful.

    Bottomline Technologies, an innovator in business payment automation technology for 30 years, eliminates that struggle by helping companies make complex business payments simple, smart and secure.

    Enghouse Interactive

    Ensure you visit Enghouse Interactive at stand 9 and enter the draw to win an Amazon Echo and join us for a game of darts. Enghouse Interactive develops award-winning communications software that streamlines the customer journey across multiple channels, maximising the value of every interaction and enhancing the customer experience. 

    A comprehensive portfolio of integrated customer interaction management solutions includes a range of omni-channel contact centre applications, such as knowledge management, vocal and visual self-service, quality management, call and screen recording, customer interaction survey, real-time speech analytics and workforce management. 


    SilverStripe is passionate about the limitless possibilities of the web.

    We share a vision: to create platforms that help people work together better. As well as supporting the community that helps grow the open source project, we work with a number of clients across government, banking, utilities and telecommunications.

    Buzz Channel

    Buzz Channel is a leading customer research and community engagement business. We help councils engage with, listen to and understand your customers and communities in a way that delivers actionable insight, to inform and direct business success.

    The concept underpinning all of our work is that of ‘co-creation of value’: The more a council listens to, understands and works with its customers to co-create services, the more that organisation will succeed.

    We provide ongoing Customer Experience Management (CEM) programmes to a number of council teams, to help them listen to customers and take appropriate action - to improve services and systems, and build trust and advocacy.

    We have a highly skilled team with a wealth of experience in working with local government to deliver customer insights. By combining specialist research and engagement expertise with world class technology, we can help you design and manage an effective ongoing customer feedback programme.

    Contact Ben on 09 379 8920

    Redman Solutions

    When engaged people, blend the best process, with the right technology, they produce consistently great outcomes. That's what we've found when we deliver solutions built for local government that combine strong technology partnerships with tailored consulting services in digital planning and building approvals, community engagement, and information management. Find out more at


    Cyclone is a New Zealand owned ICT company that provides IT procurement capability for NZ All-of-Government agencies, councils, tertiary institutions and commercial organisations.


    Datacom has an unmatched track record of delivery, local collaboration and leveraging the best technology — in a fast moving world. Our value to customers lies in doing things right, openness in how we do it and proof of promise in what transformational intelligence can deliver.

    Datacom provides a range of solutions that will transform your organisation and enhance your services to the community. Our complete Local Government solution, Datascape has been designed with an Enterprise Resource Planning system at its heart and encompasses core council services and two-way community engagement on a digital platform. The complete solution includes: Customer Relationship Management, Financials, Rating, Regulatory, Human Resources and Payroll, Facility Management, Online Services, Payment Gateways, Websites, Business Intelligence and Mobile Engagement.


    Monsido is a leading web governance software platform used by Local, State and Federal Governments to better monitor and manage website issues. Monsido’s one-stop platform addresses content issues, readability issues, compliance violations and much more. The platform is an internal tool for content, communications, and web teams to improve efficiency and save time. They are offering a free website scan to all Local Governments attending the 2018 ALGIM Spring Conference. Visit their exhibition space to get a report on your council's website.


    Catalyst is a global team of open source technologists. We specialise in the design and development of enterprise content management systems, leveraging the power of Silverstripe CWP and Drupal CMS.

    We are passionate about how open source software and an open standards approach can help local governments have the freedom to innovate and make sound business decisions around digital content and systems. These systems are robust and powerful, yet won’t lock you into costly licences for years to come.

    As well as this, we are a supplier on the web services panel, and can host your CMS on New Zealand’s own cloud infrastructure Catalyst Cloud or the Common Web Platform. Our reputation speaks for itself, with a portfolio of successful solutions across clients in local and central government, crown institutes, and the private sector.


    Telemall is the smart choice when it comes to working with a professional team who know their trade inside and out. A key element in our service to you is the importance we place on message planning and strategy. We ensure that the tone, frequency and actual message will be a positive experience for your audience. With over 30 years in the industry, you can bet we have perfected our approach to crafting the perfect message.


    CCiNZ operates as an incorporated society, established in April 2009 by Contact Centre professionals, for Contact Centre professionals. Our purpose is clear: to support, educate and engage Contact Centre professionals in New Zealand.

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