‘New Old Friends’ - ALGIM welcomes Information Leadership as Elite Partners

1 Jul 2019 10:50 AM | Anonymous


ALGIM and Information Leadership team pictured above. ALGIM welcomes Information Leadership as Elite Partners and ‘New Old Friends’ with their support to ALGIM and local government stretching back over a decade. (L-R Simone Pearson (Information Leadership) Tia Owen(ALGIM), Jordan Dempster (ALGIM), Lesley Officer (ALGIM), Paddy Plunket (Information Leadership), Mike Wanden (ALGIM Board Member), Laura Simpson (ALGIM).

Association of Local Government Information Management (ALGIM) is pleased to welcome Information Leadership as Elite Partners.

ALGIM Chief Executive, Mike Manson says, “Information Leadership have been supporting ALGIM and the local government sector for over a decade. We are excited to welcome them on board as Elite Partners”.

Information Leadership deliver modern digital workplaces for government and commercial customers on the Microsoft platform. Their speciality is Office 365 and enterprise grade designs that balance: being easy and flexible to use; while providing confidence and control that information is secure, complete and findable.

Sarah Heal, Information Leadership Co-founder and Director, says “we have had a long and enjoyable business relationship with ALGIM and many Councils across New Zealand.  We’re delighted to form a partnership and continue to support ALGIM’S initiatives within the local government sector”.

Since 2004, Information Leadership have been working with a growing number of New Zealand local government customers. In 2017, they were awarded Microsoft Government Partner of the Year. In 2018, their success was further recognised when they were selected as the first Kiwi company, and one of just 24 companies world-wide, to join the Microsoft Content Services Partner programme.

Ms Heal says, “joining ALGIM in 2019 as Elite Partners will help us bring our expertise to the sector. We’re looking forward to working together to deliver workshops and sharing the lessons we’ve learnt from the front line of digital transformation. There is a huge level of interest in Office 365 and opportunities to replace standalone intranets, extranets and EDRMS.”

ALGIM’s vision is for a digitally transformed local government sector, Mike Manson says “Information Leadership share this goal, and we look forward to their support in driving digital transformation throughout New Zealand. By partnering with ALGIM, Information Leadership are demonstrating their commitment to this sector”.


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