We’re a small, flexible technology consultancy with big ideas. Our principal people have over 40 years of collective experience in online, mobile and information technology.
We've worked for many clients, mostly within financial services and utilities industries.
Our clients include Westpac, NAB, Commonwealth Bank, the Department of Immigration & Citizenship, the Department of Veteran Affairs, EnergyAustralia/Ausgrid, Computershare, De Lage Landen, Carpadium, Stickman and Enni.
We've been privileged to be a part of some great projects recently.
- Helping Westpac plan and design their replacement Internet and Mobile Banking facility.
- Evaluating the business architecture for NAB’s replacement financial lending capability.
- Co-developing strategy and architecture for field-based mobile computing for EnergyAustralia/Ausgrid.
- Co-developing a data-centre strategy and architecture for EnergyAustralia/Ausgrid.
- Establishing 3-5 year capital plans for government departments and utility organisations.
- Recruitment of strategy and architecture professionals for the finance and utilities sectors.
- Initiated and operated Enterprise Architecture program offices for a number of organisations.
- Key contributions to the Smartgrid strategy and architecture for EnergyAustralia/Ausgrid
- Merger and Acquisition impacts and end-state enterprise architecture development.
Plus much more (we haven't always worked for One Zero One). Get in touch to find out if we can help you.
email@example.comMy name is Jason Elston and I’m one of the co-founders of One Zero One. I specialise in developing and executing strategies to take advantage of information technology, particularly online. I’ve come a long way (literally) from growing up in a small town in the North West of Western Australia called Tom Price.For over 20 years I’ve been buried in the fast-paced computing and online revolution. It has taken me across the globe from London to Brussels and Edinburgh and all over Australia including Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide, Canberra, Brisbane and Sydney, where my family and I call home. My passion lies in building great things using online technology.
+61 438 901 68
firstname.lastname@example.orgHi, my name is Sanjeev Bhola. Many years ago I migrated from India to this lucky country Australia.I have also been to Hong Kong, Malaysia, India, and Australia to consult for large corporate customers in banking, insurance, telecoms, utilities, federal and state governments.My achievements include running niche businesses in mobile computing, e-business, recruitment and IT security.Big picture, strategic thinking, top-down planning and systems thinking are my forte.
+61 418 297 132
What we do
We help our clients plan, design and build strategic online, mobile and information technology initiatives.
We help you get your thinking straight. We help you get from A to B.
Use our experience to help you navigate through the technology landscape, understand your options and set your thought leadership in place. We offer services to help you take your initiatives from concept to reality:
- Opportunity evaluation
- Strategy development
- Architecture and design
- Software development
We help you get the right people.
Whether you're looking for permanent or contract online, mobile or I.T. leaders, we can help. We’re senior, practicing professionals with combined experience of over 40 years and personal networks to match. Leveraging our experience and professional networks, we’ll find the right candidate for you – experience, industry and team fit.
We help build businesses.
We partner on initiatives to build new products and new businesses. We bring our extensive technology experience to help turn ideas into reality. We even put our money where our mouth is and develop our own products and services.
We're currently working on:
Project Taxy is under development. We're looking at how to breathe some life into the taxi and hire car relationship business.
A marketplace for recycling secondhand goods. There's enough stuff in the world already, why not find a home for your stuff you don't what with furcle?