New Era IT named Apple Education reseller

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New Apple Education reseller, New Era IT, has said that it will now build on its team of Apple-focused engineers, technicians and expert product managers, offering full end-to-end Apple solutions from purchase to support and servicing.

“Our EduByte division will focus solely on Apple products and put a new face on how the full range of product options are integrated into New Zealand schools and tertiary institutions,” says New Era IT Marketing Manager, Conrad Horne.

New Era IT provides ICT infrastructure, solutions and services to the New Zealand education sector, from small, remote primary schools to large tertiary campuses.

Over 70 staff are employed across offices in Auckland, Hamilton, Hawkes Bay, Manawatu, Wellington, Marlborough and Christchurch.

“We have designed and maintained a number of New Zealand’s largest hybrid school networks for over a decade now and look to bring our considerable expertise in multiple OS based environments into play,” Horne continued.

“This opens up new opportunities for enabling blended learning adaption and adoption that combine a range of different products including iPads and other mobile technologies, within a robust network infrastructure. New Era IT is at the forefront of enabling these exciting new mobile technologies.”

The company is currently seeking two Apple Business Development Consultants in Auckland and Christchurch.

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