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Greenstone handpicks Integral Axon

04 Jun 10

Greenstone Energy, the New Zealand firm which owns and operates the Shell-branded retail fuel business, has appointed Integral Axon as its IT service desk and desktop support provider.

General Manager of Transition and Operations, Rhoda Holmes, said Integral Axon was selected due to its sound business model.

"Integral Axon is a wholly New Zealand-owned provider which is important to us, but more importantly they demonstrated a flexible, nimble approach to meeting our business needs.

"As we set about building a world-class Kiwi company and laying the foundations for future growth, it is important that we work with an IT services supplier that can grow and develop with us and meet our changing needs," said Holmes.

Integral Axon was recently formed after the acquisition of Axon Computer Systems by Integral Technology Group on May 1st. You can read our original coverage of the merger here.

Chief Executive of Integral Axon, Ray Noonan, added, “The strong value and business outcomes focus of Greenstone's business resonates well with us. Integral Axon is committed to supporting Greenstone in ways that enable their users to focus more on delivering quality and profitable services to the market. Together, this will make us both highly successful.”

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