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Aussie IT services company hits Kiwi shores with new Auckland office

25 May 17

Melbourne IT services company Asta has launched its assault on the local market, opening an Auckland office.

The 18 year old company says it will be offering its services across web and software development, managed services, mobile application development, business consulting and Asta cloud to the Kiwi market.

“As our business continues to expand and develop, we look forward to offering end-to-end IT services to existing clients who have a presence in New Zealand and building new relationships by providing professional IT services the ‘Asta way’,” the company says.

In Australia, where it also has a Sydney office, Asta offers web and software development, mobile application development, and business consulting as well as managed services and its Asta cloud, providing infrastructure-as-a-service, software-as-a-service and security and hosting offerings.

Asta says its cloud hosting services team are certified in technologies from vendors including Symantec, Veeam, CommVault, EMC, Microsoft, HP, VMware, Apple Consultant Network Members and Kerio Certified Professionals.

Late last year the company acquired Australia’s Crunch IT for its Apple enterprise support services, in a deal Asta chief executive said at the time provided it with the ability to be a ‘true cross-platform managed (Microsoft and Apple) IT service provider’.

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