Partnership to help New Zealand businesses transform

LINQ Supply Chain

Wellington software start-up LINQ and IT consultancy Equinox IT have joined forces in a consulting partnership to help New Zealand businesses successfully transform.

Equinox IT will use the LINQ platform to help its New Zealand consulting clients model and manage the various ‘Information Supply Chains’ that operate across their organisations.

LINQ CEO, Stew Darling, says the partnership is important for New Zealand organisations who increasingly need to change their businesses to remain relevant. “Equinox IT has a great reputation for helping New Zealand organisations deliver successful IT change, and we’re delighted to have them using LINQ as part of the value they take to their clients.”

The LINQ platform models the way information flows through an organisation in support of business outcomes. It identifies an organisation’s most valuable information assets, and describes the people and systems that support this flow.

Equinox IT Director, Paul Ramsay, sees LINQ as an incredibly valuable platform for any organisation looking to undertake successful business change and transformation.

“We get involved in many change projects and LINQ will help us advise our clients on the best options for their transformation needs” says Ramsay.

“The models LINQ produces effectively provide a ‘visual business case’, helping to highlight the best options to add value or reduce costs.”

Equinox IT is LINQ’s first Wellington consulting partner and the start-up is growing its consulting partner network globally.

Starting in mid-2015 LINQ has quickly grown on the back of strong interest and uptake of its product both locally and internationally.