Sydney, NSW (PRWEB) October 4, 2008
An exclusive interview with Telecom NZ's Head of Infrastructure Supply Chain, Business Operations and Finance, Rod Treadwell, has seen the company selected for inclusion in the highly-regarded business publication, Australia's Best Magazine.
Telecom New Zealand continue to strive to be the best performing, customer-focused online and communications company in Australasia by providing a full range of internet, data, voice, mobile and fixed line calling services for their customers.
Telecom is an Australasian group of companies positioned at the forefront of telecommunications services within the region and are New Zealand's largest communications services provider. Telecom Corporation of New Zealand Ltd was formed in 1987 out of the telecommunications division of the New Zealand Post Office, a government department. In 1990 Telecom became one of the first telcos in the world to be fully privatised.
Telecom NZ provide a full range of internet, data, voice, mobile and fixed-line services throughout New Zealand and Australia and is listed on the New Zealand, Australian and New York stock exchanges.
The company comprises of business components such as Telecom Retail, which is responsible for Telecom fixed-line, mobile and internet services for consumer and small to medium business markets and Gen-i, that provides converged technology and telecommunications solutions for Telecom's business customers across New Zealand and Australia. Gen-i has a team of more than 2,000 people who are among the most highly-skilled and experienced ICT integrators in Australasia.
Chorus is another important operationally separate business unit within Telecom NZ that manages Telecom's local access network in New Zealand. Chorus also operates the national field services group. Led by Chief Executive Mark Ratcliffe, Chorus will take the lead on significant developments like access fibre and Telecom's cabinetisation programme, which will deliver high-speed broadband to New Zealanders in all towns with 500 lines or more.
Telecom Wholesale is also an operationally separate business unit and delivers next generation wholesale network connectivity products to service providers throughout New Zealand. It's broadband, business data, voice and interconnect products give wholesale customers the foundation on which to build their own network or telecommunications services for their end-users. In 2007, Telecom acquired PowerTel Ltd to enable AAPT to leverage its investment in service capability and bring more customers onto the combined access network. AAPT-PowerTel is Telecom's Australian subsidiary and is the third largest telecommunications provider in Australia.
The entire Telecom NZ editorial feature, together with involvement from their suppliers, can be downloaded here.
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