Digital Wings and Bay of Islands Computers invites North Chamber members and the wider business community to a Business After 5 on Wednesday 3rd August 5:30-7pm at Biz Space Kerikeri.
The Digital Wings Trust is committed to a clean and thriving Aotearoa. They offer businesses the opportunity to responsibly dispose of electronic equipment, while helping young New Zealanders flourish, with sustainable business models to fulfil your social and environmental goals.
Digital Wings develops the charitable sector to serve their communities into education and employment through digital inclusion. They gift refurbished high-end business computers and smartphones to charities at no cost to either the donor or the charity. To date they have served 60 Northland charities with 382 devices since setting up their operations office in Te Taitokerau in March 2020. Digital Wings provides 12mth hardware warranties and a take-back service on their equipment at end-of-life to ensure your e-waste stays out of the landfill. Donor companies receive reports with case studies on how Digital Wings donations have positively impacted their communities. Feedback shows increased capacity to deliver services to vulnerable communities, enhanced digital capability for health, educational, social and environmental outcomes for clients, communities and whānau.
@Computer will be sharing their business journey and how they have evolved to where they are today. New branding, the recent acquisition of Microcraft and a new focus for the business have all meant big changes.
@Computer will be sharing how a Managed Service provider can help your business by sharing a recent case study of Northdrill, and how they have moved from the ‘break-fix’ computer solution to a Managed Service provider. Technology is evolving so rapidly and businesses are now requiring an IT partner to fully support their business goals.