Our goal is to help our clients achieve the outcomes they want. Find out more about the results we’ve delivered for a range of New Zealand organisations.

Fidelity Life case study

Fidelity Life

DevSecOps agile security unleashes insurer’s software-led cloud transformation.

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Partners Life

Leaven's Minimum Viable Cloud framework brings best practice to the public cloud.

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Medi-Map case study

Medi-Map

Leaven helps health software developer plot global growth in Microsoft Azure.

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Hawke’s Bay Regional Council

Hawke’s Bay Regional Council switches to hybrid cloud for agile future.

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Jet IT

CCL pilots Jet IT from in-country cloud to AWS.

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Genesis

CCL’s IaaS cloud platform paves way to customer-led design.

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New Zealand Rugby League

CCL hatches game plan for New Zealand Rugby League’s (NZRL) journey to the hybrid cloud.

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Auckland Council

Long-term partnership helps Auckland Council navigate path from early-stage IaaS to hybrid cloud and ITaaS endgame.

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Ascender

HR service provider scales cloud-based payroll services to meet fluctuating workforce numbers.

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Oceania Healthcare

Retirement village operator remodels IT in public cloud for boomer growth, while incremental migration smooths way for low-risk transformation.

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Nikko Asset Management NZ

Nikko Asset Management (AM) banks on CCL to design and manage AWS infrastructure behind new online investment platform GoalsGetter.

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Ballantynes

Retailer Ballantynes refashions IT as services, dips toes in public cloud. CCL spearheads shift to cloud services, delivers end-to-end management.

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Waimakariri District Council

IaaS readies council for customer-centric digital future. Waimakariri District Council shifts focus from ‘keeping the lights on’ to high-value IT services.

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CCL has been outstanding. They understand our key drivers and co-created a hybrid cloud architecture with the right flexibility to manage opportunities as they arise.

Mark Denvir

Director of ICT, Auckland Council