Telecom New Zealand selects Alcatel-Lucent for managed services

New Zealand and Alcatel-Lucent announced that the companies have signed a
strategic supplier agreement and three-year managed services agreement.


Alcatel-Lucent will
provide network operations, maintenance and support and a range of project services
to Telecom.

Telecom New Zealand has been reviewing all of its strategic supplier
relationships in order to ensure they continue to meet the needs of Telecom in
its changing environment.

Getting our supplier relationships in order has been a business priority for
some time, and I’m pleased to have reached these agreements with
Alcatel-Lucent, which will deliver the support and flexibility Telecom will
need as we face the changes ahead,” said David Havercroft, chief technology
officer, Telecom Group.

global expertise in providing managed services, and our significant New
Zealand-based team, enables our customers to leverage global best practice to
optimise operating costs. It also means they can focus on what is most
important to them – the needs of their customers,” said Andrew Miller, country
leader for New Zealand and Pacific Islands, Alcatel-Lucent.


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