Auscomp is one of the original internet companies.
Auscomp.com is an Independent Software Vendor (ISV) based in Australia.
We design and develop custom software across all sectors including Government, Finance, Legal, Education, Health, Agriculture … and many more.
Founded in 1993 in Melbourne, we consulted to Government – Treasury Corporation of Victoria and Monash University. Independently (and without any form of assistance, grants or other funding) we set about developing one of the first ever commercial Java applets – the “1st JAVA Navigator” for website navigation which sold rapidly in over 110 countries. With no secure servers or payment gateways available back in 1995, we needed to design and code our very own system in order to sell our software online and process credit cards securely – the banks didn’t do it back then! We were effectively, forming part of the emerging eCommerce evolution.
We have built up a supremely trusted team of hand-picked IT professionals with a huge, combined variety of advanced skills from all over Europe and Australia (we have very strong European links with two of the Directors from Vienna, Austria and London, England). We’ve been working very happily with these guys now for well over 25 years and wouldn’t trade them for the world!
By the new millennium, we had built up a portfolio of products including the 1st Java Navigator, Auscomp eNavigator Suite, Auscomp Fort Knox and Auscomp IT Commander.
Our site “www.auscomp.com” was ranked the 75th most popular developer site in the world by “100Hot”.
Our 1st JAVA Navigator also won ZDNet’s Best Web Development Tool (edging out Napster and Go!Zilla) out of over 50,000 other apps and tools – so we took a trip to Tampa, Florida, USA to receive our prize.
18% of the Global Fortune 500 companies and 50+ Universities have licensed Auscomp’s software … in 5 languages; English, Spanish, Portuguese, Brazilian and German.
Creating online assets … not expenses!
- Over 20 years in business
- Customers in over 100 countries
- 18% of global fortune 500 companies as customers
- “Y2K” Bug
- “dot com” Crash
- “GFC” – Global Financial Crisis
‘Some’ of our registered customers