The agreement will see BlinkMobile utilised through platform-as-a-service (PaaS) model, with the telecommunications provider to roll out the technology.
BlinkMobile claims its enterprise mobility platform will enable the Council to mobilise information and services across the organisation on smartphones, tablets, and laptops.
“Auckland Council is the first council in NZ to sign with BlinkMobile and we are delighted that it has recognised the business benefits that the platform is able to achieve in relation to greater employee productivity and improved customer service,” BlinkMobile director, Tony Harris, said.
The Auckland Council contract adds to an existing agreement with Brisbane City Council.
BlinkMobile did not reveal the value of the agreement.