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Agilyx New Zealand gets IRD nod of approval

02 Feb 16

Agilyx New Zealand has been authorised by the Inland Revenue Department (IRD), and is one of only 15 companies in New Zealand to do so.

This means that Agilyx New Zealand has demonstrated that its cloud hosting solutions complies with stringent New Zealand business record keeping requirements.

As such, Agilyx customers will no longer need to obtain their own approval each time to use the Agilyx cloud hosting solution, and can use Business World software without having to keep paper records or physical backups of their data in New Zealand.

Agilyx uses Australian data centres for its cloud solutions, since there are no tier-4 data centres in New Zealand.

According to the company, the Australian data centres ensures a robust data service, with fully redundant subsystems and compartmentalised security zones controlled by biometric access controls methods.

Security, availability and efficiency are top priority for tier-4 data systems, Agilyx says.

“This approval is great news for our ERP customers, who will no longer need to seek IRD approval to use our cloud services.

“It’s also a great reassurance to us that our IT infrastructure has passed the strict requirements of the NZ rules, affirming our ability to keep data safe, secure and private.

“We take this commitment seriously, following industry best practises and security protocols, which are the foundation of our Cloud Service,” says Tim Buric, Agilyx CTO

The Agilyx cloud solution enables customers to access their Business World ERP software anytime, anywhere.

Business World is an ERP solution that is sold, implemented, project-managed and consulted on by Agilyx. The company offers a range of cloud services including a shared cloud, private cloud and hybrid cloud solution.

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