Australian-born global software company Intelledox is celebrating 21 years of business this year.
Started by ANU science graduates Phillip Williamson and Michelle Melbourne in October 1992, Intelledox has grown into a leading global software company competing and partnering with some of the biggest names in information technology.
Co-founder and CEO Phillip Williamson said that turning 21 was a significant milestone for the company, which now has offices in Canberra, Sydney, New York, Singapore, London and Toronto. Intelledox is currently focussing on technologies that will enable users to access services at any time and on any device.
Intelledox has transformed itself many times through the booms and busts of political, technological and economic cycles, emerging as a resilient, adaptive and innovative global company.
Since its beginnings as a business automation consulting company in 1992 servicing the Australian federal government, Intelledox has achieved considerable success. In 2001, it developed the successful learning management system, Capabiliti LMS, which was acquired by professional services firm Cordelta in 2012.
Intelledox’s flagship solution, Infiniti was launched in 2005 to specifically address inefficiencies in content management and document assembly. Infiniti nurtures and controls business processes through document automation, smart web forms, CRM and batch processing, and is used by over 1 million business users and citizens worldwide.
In recent years, Intelledox has focused on international expansion and a highly successful partner program, resulting in a 235 per cent growth rate over the last three years. Phillip Williamson expects this to continue, anticipating 100 per cent growth this year.
Michelle Melbourne, who is co-founder and executive director at Intelledox, said she is proud of what the company has achieved. She comments that the company has always been focused on delivering innovative, world-class products that make complex tasks simple, which explains its longevity in the market.
Michelle, who also serves as chair of the Canberra Business Council, credited Intelledox’s early and ongoing successes to its Canberra roots, especially the city’s smart, collaborative and supportive business community, which has been an invaluable source of highly skilled staff, great mentors, government funding and advice.