What does that mean? It’s means we worked with a lot of business systems – correspondence tracking systems, workflow systems, document and records management systems. Public facing and internal systems. Bespoke systems built in-house using obscure frameworks and those built by huge software companies with established products. Big industries, like defence, education, aerospace and resources, and smaller ones, like local, state, federal government and independent companies.
In short, we’ve spent half our lives working with Enterprise Software, and know what it takes to successfully implement it. We understand what it takes to succeed, but more importantly, we understand the people who drive that success and how they do it with Enterprise Software
Simon built his first content management system in ASP classic when he was 19. Since then, he’s helped countless government and enterprise clients improve their information systems, migrate critical data, and refine business processes. In 2007, along with JP, he founded Kapish – a company specialising in applying these skills to the TRIM records management system (now Micro Focus Content Manager). Kapish grew quickly and developed a reputation as the premier partner for TRIM customers. The company was subsequently acquired by The Citadel Group (ASX:CGL) in 2016, where it continues to deliver great results for its customers and investors.
Jon-Paul (JP) has always had a knack for detail and ways to optimise efficiency. From his first job working at the University of Melbourne, he quickly became a highly sought-after consultant, helping improve accountability, auditing and business effectiveness. After working across the US with TOWER Software, he returned home to found Kapish with Simon in 2007. Since then JP has worked with countless customers across a variety of industries specialising in the design, implementation and support of Enterprise Applications, delivering successful results, time and time again.
Gordon started solving business problems as a fresh-faced trainee for the Department of Defence. He then branched out into developing systems and software solutions for federal government before joining TOWER Software in 2000. His work with Records Management customers in the US and Australia led him to a leadership role with Hewlett Packard, where he managed the technical sales team for South Pacific.