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Three reasons why digital transformation projects fail
Marcelo Silva, Founder & CEO at DTS talks about the big pain points in digital transformation, and how you can avoid them.
Is agile product optimisation the key to Digital Transformation success?
Marcelo Silva, CEO of Digital Transformation Scores (DTS) talks about the importance of an optimised product portfolio for digital transformation.
The Commerce Commission and the New Zealand backhaul review
Should Chorus be allowed to compete in the wholesale backhaul market? Yes, absolutely they should.
Stuff Fibre: What are the experts saying?
Stuff's UFB entry may come with complications, according to commentary from Spark and DTS CEO Brendan Ritchie.
UFB business services – how much are ISPs really making?
How much money is being generated by ISPs in NZ from selling UFB business services, uptake of UFB business services and a few other bits and pieces?
When should you price match?
Brendan Ritchie's basis for choosing whether or not to match the competitions pricing.
Working from home – for and against
Being prepared to employ people based on talent and experience and ignoring their location enables us to get the best possible people to join us.
Reduced profits and fewer ISPs – the NZ ISP Market In 2015
Brendan Ritchie takes a look at the increasing difficulty ISPs face in their quest to return a profit for their shareholders
Kiwi DTS acquires ITtelenet and focuses on IP voice
Brendan Ritchie, DTS, CEO, says the acquisition of ITtelenet signals a clear focus on IP voice and increased market share.
Why Cisco routers don’t suit NZ SMB’s...
For a long time, and certainly since before UFB came into view, DTS has been using Cisco routers as part of our managed WAN’s and/or where a client has requested a managed router as part of an internet service.
Redundancy - How will a new international cable benefit NZ?
DTS CEO Brendan Ritchie writes the third of his three part series of posts on the subject of the additional undersea cables planned for New Zealand in
Pricing: How will a new international cable benefit NZ?
DTS CEO Brendan Ritchie writes the second of his three part series of posts on the subject of the additional undersea cables planned for New Zealand i
How will a new international cable benefit NZ?
DTS CEO Brendan Ritchie writes the first of his three part series of posts on the subject of the additional undersea cables planned for New Zealand in
DTS plans Upper Hutt data centre in 2013
New facility to be located within the CBD Tower building in Upper Hutt.
Specialist enterprise ISP explains all
We sat down with DTS CEO Brendan Ritchie to work out understand what they do everyday.