TZ Tries Again On Digi Boxes

Written by Computer Daily News     13/03/2013 | 16:01 | Category: AUTOMATION

SYDNEY - ASX-listed IT services company TZ - which has challenged Australia Post in the marketing of secure digital lockers - next week will begin installing the lockers in a number of service stations.

TZ Tries Again On Digi Boxes


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The locker system - dubbed ADAM, for Automated Delivery Asset Manager - will go into a number of BP petrol stations in Victoria, and Gull service stations in WA, SA, Queensland and the Northern Territory.
TZ is led by Mark Bouris who said its door remains open for future partnerships with Australia Post.

Despite TZ providing the first 10 lockers for Australia Post's own locker trials, the company missed out on a tender to provide them nationwide.

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