US giant's $107m closed tender win should be probed

US giant's $107m closed tender win should be probed
Gentrack boss Gary Miles says the NZ firm 'just wants a shot' at government contracts. (Image: NZME)
Rebecca Stevenson
Gentrack chief executive Gary Miles says the government should investigate the “strange” closed tender for the $107 million Three Waters software project, which saw Koch Industries-owned Infor selected. A closed tender process saw US giant Infor win the cornerstone Three Waters software project worth $107 million out of a total of more than an estimated $530m needed for operational software systems for the 10 proposed new national water entities. The US cloud software company, which was used by Auckland's Wat...

More Markets

Market will decide Huntly's Future: Genesis
Markets

Market will decide Huntly's Future: Genesis

Coal maybe a dirty word, but it is needed to keep the lights on.

NZ sharemarket rises, aided by speculation of Fletcher sale
Markets

NZ sharemarket rises, aided by speculation of Fletcher sale

Top gainer of the day was Comvita, which added 25.7%, taking its share price to $2.25.

Gregor Thompson 22 Feb 2024
Warehouse Group shares fall after Torpedo sale
Markets

Warehouse Group shares fall after Torpedo sale

The buyers are the savvy outfit who manage Burger King, Starbucks and Number One Shoes. 

Gregor Thompson 22 Feb 2024
Sky confident its advertising income will continue to grow
Markets

Sky confident its advertising income will continue to grow

Ad sales in first half contributed to a 10.5% rise in post-tax profit.

Daniel Dunkley 22 Feb 2024