Who We Are

WebVine are a SharePoint, Dynamics CRM 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 not many organisations know how to make it work – even if they know how to work with it technically. At WebVine, we are very aware of all of the details needed to succeed with SharePoint. And we have the staff and know-how to deliver. Similarly with Dynamics CRM, how to make sure it’s providing business benefits and people are actually updating it. We specialise in usability and user adoption as well as development so our projects are a success.

Who you deal with

We are a boutique consultancy – so you only deal with the best people every time. And we don’t hire people who aren’t experts in their field. And our client list speaks for itself: CBA, Macquarie Bank, LJ Hooker, Aussie, Richard Crookes Constructions, Camp Quality

And we are a genuinely helpful and friendly lot. The main criteria to work at WebVine, aside from being a SharePoint expert, a Dynamics CRM expert 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.

“WebVine have not only rescued the intranet and made it a success,
but they are transforming the way we work together at LJ Hooker.
Their expertise and professionalism has been outstanding and the results are just fantastic for this company.
I highly recommend engaging WebVine for any SharePoint projects you wish to undertake.”

Ryan Campbell, Head of Marketing & Technology, LJ Hooker

Webvine in the Press

Marcus Dervin, WebVine Director, was invited to write an article on SharePoint for the Sydney Morning Herald.  Marcus wrote ’Why going to work is like going back in time’, published in all leading Fairfax publications throughout Australia.

This article was a great success, resonating with people working in large corporates all over the world,  and retweeted and liked on Facebook hundreds of times.

WebVine were invited to write an article for IDM magazine. Marcus Dervin wrote ‘Top 10 mistakes most companies make with SharePoint‘ which was the 2nd highest most read article on IDM website in 2012.Also see the second part of this article, ‘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 were invited to contribute to an article for Startupsmart on how to win large clients.  The article was written by Journalist Alexandra Cain, titled ‘Why size doesn’t matter when landing big clients‘.

Webvine in the news

Marcus Dervin, WebVine Director, was invited to write an article on SharePoint for the Sydney Morning Herald. Marcus wrote Why going to work is like going back in time, published in all leading Fairfax publications throughout Australia.

This article was a great success, resonating with people working in large corporates all over the world, and retweeted and liked on Facebook hundreds of times. It was also republished by IDM Magazine.

Two of WebVine’s projects were selected for renowned Step Two’s James Robertsons book “Essential intranets”

Where are we

WebVine have numerous Sydney-based clients across many industries.

Commonwealth Bank, LJ Hooker, Camp Quality and Richard Crookes Constructions to name a few.

The Sydney market is thriving on SharePoint right now, we find that clients are recognising the value SharePoint can bring to their businesses. Whether using SharePoint to make document sharing easier, more collaborative and productive, or leveraging Business Intelligence features to minimise emailing those spreadsheets around, there are numerous ways SharePoint can assist every business.

Visit SharePoint Sydney

WebVine has a Melbourne SharePoint presence, and a number of Melbourne clients.

One of our Melbourne clients is a company called SYA. We manage Office 365 and SharePoint online for SYA.

When we met SYA, they were spending a lot on email and a share drive hosted accessed via Citrix. 95% of the staff are volunteers, and anytime someone needed to access the file share, it was time consuming and costly. Also it was quite slow, and the file share had thousands of documents that were difficult to find.

Visit SharePoint Melbourne