Qualifying in software development in 2001 he worked with System77 working primarily with Retail, Wholesale and Light Manufacturing companies. At 77 he did support, implementation, development and finished his time as General Manager following a take over by Professional Advantage. In 2007 he started out as a business process consultant working with a variety of companies and industries which became more and more focussed on the inventory supply chain. In 2011 the opportunity to develop eveXso was born with Sealanes, a large food distributor. As the principle designer of eveXso Jason approached the project by re-thinking warehouse and transport management.
Outside of eveXso Jason enjoys being reminded of his own shortcomings by playing golf, oh, and he doesn’t mind the olde English tradition of spending time at the pub with his mates.
Implementation & Support
After spending too much time writing reports about what should be done, John moved from ‘advising’ to ‘doing’ and has spent the last 9 years working for Sealanes as CFO. At Sealanes, he recognised the opportunity to reduce the cost of labour, stock losses and errors by replacing paper-based processes. John has worked closely with Jason since 2010 and has been intimately involved in the design, implementation and optimisation of eveXso. John is also expert on using the detailed transaction data captured by eveXso to analyse operations and identify inefficiencies and solutions.
On his off days, he participates in mountaineering, cycling and is currently training for a marathon.
In 2007, Aimee was wooed away from Sydney by her Perth colleague, Jason, where she worked in Business Analyst roles at The Department of Education and The Perth Mint before putting full time work on hold to start a family and assist Jason in the growth of their consulting business, and ultimately eveXso.