Alphawest has grown over several years through the acquisition and merging of specialist ICT organisations. Click on any of the company names below to find out how they contributed to Alphawest becoming the ICT Services and Solutions business it is today.

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2005
Alphawest Services Pty Ltd becomes a SingTel Optus Group Company when it is acquired by Optus Networks Pty Limited, part of the SingTel Group.

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2004
Alphawest Services Pty Ltd acquires Inform Systems Australia Pty Ltd, a business primarily servicing information management requirements within the legal, finance and government sectors.

Alphawest Services Pty Ltd becomes a listed company on the Australian Stock Exchange.

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2003
Alphawest Pty Ltd is acquired from Solution 6 by a management buyout group. Alphawest Services Pty Ltd is formed.

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2002
The Net Effect, a niche data communications business, is acquired, bringing with it commercial clients to the West Australian operation.

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2001 Several businesses are integrated from Solution 6 including:
  • Fishtech, providers of desktop and server system integration solutions to the NSW operation.

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  • CVSI Australia, a well established national provider of Sun sales and services to a long standing client base, as well as significant national information management capability.

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  • CVSI Singapore Pte Ltd, a successful Sun and enterprise storage solution provider to the Asian market.

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  • Portico, providers of content management and portal delivery capabilities.

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  • Evolution 6, providing further information management capability, e-business and content management experience and IP.

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In addition to these integrations, a number of acquisitions took place including:
2000
Alphawest is acquired by Solution 6, and Alphawest 6 is formed from restructure and integration of existing Solution 6 infrastructure businesses.

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1999
SAIC (Australian operations), a Victorian based provider of Enterprise Management Services and outsourcing to the commercial sector, is acquired by Alphawest.

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1998
Execom Resources, a well established human resources contracting and placement agency specialising in IT and CAD/Engineering markets, with Execom Consulting, a well-established consulting business with a focus on the government sector, are acquired. Coms West International, a provider of Enterprise Management Services, PABX and telecommunications expertise to the Government sector is also acquired.

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1997
Alphawest acquires Fujitech Pty Ltd.

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1996
Momentum Pty Ltd, specialists in Internet security and related services, is acquired, along with Winthrop Training, providers of specialised user training services, and Winthrop Technology, a well established provider of Enterprise Managed Services to a large government client base.

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1994
Edcom Pty Ltd acquires Integral Solutions Pty Ltd, who provide a broad based portfolio of complementary services in the area of data communications networking, and changes its name to Alphawest.

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1993
The acquisition of Interplex Systems Pty Ltd, who provided expertise in the design of distributed database client server systems, and Aces Pty Ltd, providers of hardware repair services takes place.

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1986
Edcom Pty Ltd, a company specialising in training for Apple computers and PC MS DOS computers, commenced operation.

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