IT consultancy, Dataweave, has expanded into the data analytics market with the establishment of a business intelligence and consulting practice in Sydney.
Founded in 2006, Dataweave, which specialises in enterprise applications and Oracle solutions, has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane.
To accommodate recent increased demand for database related consultancy and support services, Dataweave moved its head office to larger premises in St Leonards.
Dataweave managing director, Norman Weaver, said many of the company’s clients had approached it looking for ways to extract more value from the data they already gather via their enterprise applications.
“We have invested heavily in building a business intelligence team with top tier technical expertise, which will make it easier for our clients to access the skills they need to quickly profit from their data,” he said.
Dataweave has also appointed Craig Heunes as BI Practice Manager.
Heunes has more than 10 years of experience as a BI specialist, having worked on projects for KPMG South Africa, the UK Government, NSW Health, Stockland, QBE insurance, and the Australian Red Cross Blood Service.
Dataweave has also recently become a reseller of Intermec solutions.
This new partnership allows Dataweave to offer solutions which seamlessly integrate bar code item tracking with supply chain management and financial reporting systems.
It has significantly expanded its existing database and ERP system practices, with several new staff additions.
Among the recruits are Nandini Khemani, an Oracle Financials and BI reporting consultant, who has previously worked for ANZ Bank and Infosys.
Sanjay Shah brings additional Oracle DBA expertise to the Dataweave team, with recent experience working at Capgemini and ASG Group.
Further, Rohit Varma, an Oracle E-Business Suite specialist, who most recently worked for Deloitte Consulting will also join the team.