WebVine is a SharePoint, Dynamics 365 and Office 365 consultancy based in Sydney. We love working with these platforms and making them a success for our clients.
The main challenge with SharePoint is that even though some organisations know how to work with it on a technical basis, not many are able to make it work. At WebVine, we are very aware of the details needed to succeed with SharePoint, and we have the staff and the know-how to deliver. Similarly with Dynamics 365, we know how to ensure it’s providing business benefits and people are actually using it. We specialise in usability and user adoption as well as development so that our projects are a success.
We are a boutique consultancy – so you only deal with the best people every time. We don’t hire people who aren’t experts in their field. Our client list speaks for itself: CBA, Macquarie Bank, LJ Hooker, Aussie, Richard Crookes Constructions, Camp Quality.
We are also a genuinely helpful and friendly lot. The main criteria to work at WebVine, aside from being a SharePoint, Dynamics 365 or an Office 365 expert, is to be an open-hearted and real person. We don’t pretend, get salesy or gimmicky. We give you the right advice even if it means less work for us. We love working with our clients, and we think that they enjoy engaging us also - just ask Ryan.
“You guys did a great job for us. It is so refreshing to be able to deep dive into what we want and to come out the other end with all expectations met or exceeded. Just how it should be.”
Mike Israel, Head of Technology, Knox Grammar
IN THE PRESS
Marcus Dervin, our WebVine Director, has contributed a number of articles to CMS Wire, a popular web magazine about Customer Experience Management, Digital Marketing, Social Business and Enterprise Information Management.
Recently published articles have focused on the tremendous value that Digital Workplaces bring to organisations, titled “Start Your Digital Workplace Off With a Big Bang” and “Is Your Team’s Energy a Renewable Resource?”
Marcus was invited to write an article about SharePoint for the Sydney Morning Herald. His article titled ’Why going to work is like going back in time’, was published in all leading Fairfax publications throughout Australia.
The article was a great success, resonating with people working in large corporates all over the world, and was retweeted and liked on Facebook hundreds of times.
WebVine was invited to write an article for IDM magazine. Director Marcus Dervin wrote ‘Top 10 Mistakes Most Companies Make With SharePoint‘, which became the second highest most read article on the IDM website in 2012. A second part of the article was also published entitled, ‘Top 10 Mistakes Part 2‘.
Due to WebVine’s success with large clients such as Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank, LJ Hooker, AMP and more, WebVine was invited to contribute to an article for Startup Smart on how to win large clients.
The article was written by Journalist Alexandra Cain, titled ‘Why size doesn’t matter when landing big clients‘.
As the CEO of a prominent tech consultancy, Marcus was quoted extensively in a Business Insider articleA leading startup CEO says abolishing 457 visas could drive companies to set up in Europe or the US by Tony Yoo
The article highlighted responses to the 457 temporary skilled worker visa changes put forward by Malcolm Turnbull in April 2017.
“We have successfully sponsored fabulous people to live and work in Australia making a great contribution to society.”
Two of WebVine’s projects were selected for renowned Step Two’s James Robertson’s book “Essential intranets: inspiring sites that deliver business value” which demonstrates the power and value of intranets.
“Going above and beyond”
Out of 3,000 entrants, WebVine received the prestigious “Going above and beyond” award from Performance Education. Performance Education provides students with job placement and was highly impressed with WebVine’s culture, attitude, interview process, feedback process and support to the students. WebVine encourage students to sit for Microsoft Certification exams, which WebVine pays for, as part of their internship. Other award winners included Coca-Cola Amatil and Moet Hennesy. WebVine value its relationship with Performance Education and looks forward to supporting more students in the future.
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