Origin Energy stories
Hubs report finds 3D printing market to triple by 2026
Hubs says it's annual 3D Printing Trend Report finds the market will hit $44.5 billion by 2026, based on a 24% compound growth.
IT in Manufacturing
Stratasys acquires Origin, gears up for new market opportunities
“The completion of this acquisition marks an important milestone for Stratasys, positioning us to generate meaningful incremental revenue from a wide range of new market opportunities for mass production."
Origin’s decentralised commerce platform hits Google Cloud Marketplace
The Dshop eCommerce platform is available on the Google Cloud Marketplace allowing merchants to deploy their own decentralised eCommerce store.
The Instillery and Origin merger: Origin CEO to become Chief Sales Officer
The combined organisation will retain The Instillery brand and deliver more than $40 million in revenue with 200 staff across Aotearoa.
Amazon Web Services
Interview: How Origin Energy uses AWS to transform its business
Origin Energy is an Australian electricity retailer that is on the cutting edge of customer service, collaboration, innovation, and experimentation.
GlobalData: Comms services about to become a utility
According to GlobalData, the recent Optus deals with Origin and Sumo mean that communications services are on their way to becoming a utility.
Optinet rebranded to Origin Security as part of new MSSP venture
Optinet has now rebranded as Origin Security – an IT security consultancy and managed security offering for medium and large organisations.
HP New Zealand inaugural partner awards: And the winners are...
HP New Zealand's inaugural award brought the Kiwi channel out in force, as seven companies took home nine awards.
Origin customers lap up chance to network and learn
Origin customers and prospective customers took to the tracks as Origin and HP offered up an afternoon of technology, networking and karting.
Origin IT and HP invite IT managers for an afternoon of go-karting
Are you an IT professional wanting to keep up to date with the latest technology, and interested in competing with your peers around the racetrack?
Kiwi businesses not ready for millennial tech demands
Low-cost laptops with cloud storage, mobile printing and new mobile apps are among the technologies required to keep pace with a changing workforce.