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2017 Finalist - WebVine

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Irish Australian Business Awards Peoples Choice 2017
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WebVine is a technology consultancy, established in 2009 to enable businesses become more efficient, better performing, and more enjoyable places to work.

WebVine recently transformed their business from a service delivery model to Software as a Service (SaaS) model through the creation of a ready to go Intranet called Inijo.  Injio enables businesses to deliver a digital workplace intranet fast and is attracting interest from all over the world from New York to Prague, London to Tokyo, with recent clients including blue chip organisations like EY, Santos and Unispace as well as not for profits and government organisations like Cerebral Palsy Alliance, Queensland Health and Australian Hearing. WebVine have recently received significant funding from Microsoft to promote Injio as it runs on Microsoft’s SharePoint and Office 365 platforms.

WebVine clients include CommBank, Macquarie Bank, Citibank, LJ Hooker, Santos, EY, and many other household names.  Microsoft selected WebVine’s work for Redback Boots, an Australian bootmaker that use robotics to create world class boots in the heart of Sydney for a case study to be shown around the world. WebVine assist Redback Boots to achieve global growth through development of a CRM solution.


 

WebVine gives back to the community in many ways, Director Marcus Dervin partaking in the CEO Sleepout, and providing WebVine solutions and services to not for profits such as Ronald McDonald House free of charge.

With over 22 years’ experience in the industry, WebVine Director Marcus Dervin is a recognised digital workplace thought leader, regularly invited to participate in industry events such as the recent StepTwo Intranets2017 and is the author of ‘Transform your organisation with a Digital Workplace’, due for release in November 2017.

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