Welcome to our Blog

Thrilled, to say the least, of launching our new, “official” blog!

Don’t worry this isn’t your typical corporate blog – at EmpireOne we are committed to being authentic, transparent and honest with you. Expect no less here. Our aim is to provide you with practical advice on topics such as cloud computing, ecommerce, marketing, and of course all things ICT related. 

Many writers are contributing to this blog, providing you with helpful advice, practical and hands on solutions and our own insights into industry news, technologies and trends.

If there is any topic you would like us to cover, please let us know.

Thanks for stopping by. Until later, enjoy your technologies.

Seb.

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Things to know about EmpireOne Group

EmpireOne specialises in web and mobile technologies as well as ICT assessments, strategy and planning for small-to-medium businesses. The company culture is based around their "no nonsense" promise, which guarantees an honest, transparent and open conversation with each team members. Their focus is on technologies for human beings, an attempt at making the IT world of today easily understandable and reachable to all.

The startup began in late-2010 and its team includes a number of former employees of Fairfax Media, Merck Sharp & Dohme, IBM, AON and the Canadian CSE and CGI Group. Staff profiles and blogs available via the EmpireOne team page.

Media contact information

All media inquiries can be submitted via the company website’s or via email at hi@empireone.com.au.

Written by

Managing Director of EmpireOne Group in Sydney, Sebastien has made a life of understanding both sides of the fence. Born in Canada and educated as a self-started business software engineer, not a single day passes without finding Seb tweaking a process, system or piece of code.