Working with a trusted, flexible partner that delivers bespoke asset finance and management solutions is more important than ever. Reducing costs, getting the right technology and having complete transparency over business assets are key challenges faced by organisations across New Zealand. Find out how CHG-MERIDIAN can help you overcome these challenges.
To maximise return and minimise risk in your IT portfolio, you need to know what you have, where it is and when it is due for upgrade. And, a lack of efficiency and transparent processes can lead to increased expenditure that drives up overall costs. Our asset management system TESMA®, allows you to have optimal visibilty over all your technology brings together commercial and technical information in a fully integrated approach.
We can help you improve your employee's productivity and win the war for talent with the digital workplace. The digital workplace offers more freedom and fulfilment for employees: they are less restricted in terms of when and where they work and are no longer tied to permanently installed devices such as desktop workstations. Instead, they always have access to the latest technology, which is tailored to their individual needs.
Lowering carbon emissions is critical for the environment and, sustainability is a differentiating factor in the market. The core of our business model has always been based on the concept of the circular economy. We manage equipment through its life, responsibly refurbish assets and offer carbon-neutrality for IT devices with carbonZER0.
Getting the right technology for your business is critical for operational and employee success. We provide you with unbiased advice and ensure you remain in complete control. We are completely independent and are not owned by any manufacturers or banks, so you can benefit from the freedom of choice to combine multiple manufacturers within your technology estate.
The CHG-MERIDIAN Group helps corporate, enterprise and government customers customers to manage and finance technology projects and processes. Nearly 1,200 employees across 28 countries are responsible for a technology portfolio worth $12.5 billion (2020) in the IT, industrial, and healthcare technology sectors. Our headquarters are in Weingarten, Germany.
From financing and procurement to use and remarketing, we have the technology management and financing expertise to offer end-to-end solutions that are digital and sustainable. We also operate independently of banks and manufacturers. Our customers include large corporations, SMEs, the public sector, and hospitals. Among other things, we develop customisd management concepts and financing strategies for the digital workplace (IT), for intelligent fleet management (industrial equipment), and for the flexible financing of hospital infrastructure (healthcare technology).
We have been managing our customers’ technology investments for more than 40 years. The core of our business model has always been based on the concept of the circular economy.
From 2021, CHG-MERIDIAN will be carbon-neutral. To achieve this, it avoids, reduces, or offsets all CO₂ emissions generated by its business activities.
Whether you operate in the IT, Healthcare or Industrial sector, working with a trusted partner is more important than ever. We customise solutions to solve your complex problems and cater to your unique needs with transparency, independence and sustainability.
Despite the best planning, a traditional technology refresh program often involves business disruption as large volumes of assets are replaced simultaneously. Sounds exhausting, doesn't it? Now is the time to start asking, 'Is there a better way?'. Our whitepaper 'Is the technology refresh dead?' challenges the technology refresh model with a more seamless and straightforward option, a continuous technology renewal. To learn how you can optimise your procurement processes and empower your employees at no extra cost, download our whitepaper below.
Many employees across Australia and New Zealand are now adapting to a more permanent remote workplace model that depends on reliable, up-to-date technology. This also has implications for how obsolete technology is upgraded, with a shift toward employees being responsible for managing their own technology refresh, leading to the end of organisational technology refresh programs.