Calvert Technologies, a multi-competency Microsoft Partner, provides high quality information technology support and consultancy services to businesses throughout Australia. The privately-owned company focuses on providing quality solutions that don’t “break the bank”, so that its clients enjoy real value and productivity with a low total cost of ownership. Visit the Calvert website at www.calvert.net.au.
Australian small business IT specialist Calvert Technologies has expanded its capacity, especially in the real estate industry, after acquiring the assets of Adelaide-based technology company Vivid IT.
Set up in 2013, Vivid IT had a customer base throughout Adelaide, from bricks-and-mortar retailers to several real estate agencies. Calvert has also recruited Vivid IT founder Bobby Collier as an account manager. As well as running his own company, Bobby’s technology experience includes positions in the defence industry with Raytheon and the Australian Air Warfare Destroyer Alliance.
Calvert Technologies is an Adelaide-based Microsoft solutions company that services small business, corporate and government customers throughout Australia. With a headcount of 12, Calvert has clients including Group Training NT in Darwin, the Challenger Gold Mine, Adelaide Expo Hire, Mykra and LCS Landscapes.
Calvert Technologies founder and managing director Dean Calvert said Vivid IT was a “great cultural fit” with his company. “Vivid IT was a smaller version of our company, providing managed services and core products such as Office 365 and security, so there’s a great alignment,” he said.
“We decided to bring these two businesses together because collectively we can deliver better services to customers than we could separately. Bobby has an intimate product knowledge from his time on the tools with Vivid IT, plus a first-hand understanding of what makes businesses tick, so he’s passionate about delivering solutions to real-world business problems.
Small business tech guru Dean Calvert cast off networks for sweatworks last weekend in a 115km charity bike ride in which he raised more than $2300 for The Smith Family Foundation.
Dean, the founder of Adelaide-based Calvert Technologies, is an internationally recognised expert in delivering computer networks and on-demand services for small businesses nationwide.
Small business technology expert Dean Calvert has warned homeowners to turn off unused electrical equipment if they leave their home unattended during heatwaves while on holiday.
Dean, the managing director of Calvert Technologies, regularly travels to the NT to install computer equipment at offices in remote outback towns, where temperatures can exceed 50 degrees.
When GTNT (Group Training Northern Territory) recognised that ageing computer hardware and unreliable Internet services caused regular outages that made it difficult to share information between offices and sometimes even pay apprentices, largest employer of apprentices in the NT turned to Calvert Technologies which solved these problems by refreshing hardware and migrating the company to a fully private network utilising Telstra’s infrastructure.