Denbigh International Pty Ltd was established in 1998 and specialises in the development of customised administration solutions for educational institutions and commercial enterprises throughout Australia and the Asia Pacific region.
Denbigh International is a qualified member of the FileMaker Business Alliance (FBA) and has achieved the status of Platinum Level Member.
The Denbigh International Leadership Team
|Murray Benn Director
Murray holds a Bachelor of Education (Industrial Arts) and taught Design and Technology and Computing Studies for 8 years. He is a Member of the Australian College of Education. He has held the position of Information Technology Manager, with responsibilities for working with administrators and teachers alike. He has wide experience in the development of database systems for education but has also spent a number of years in the development of commercial database packages.
|Bernard Wong Chief Executive Officer B.Sc (Syd) M.Com, PhD (UNSW), PMP, FAICD
Dr Bernard Wong has been appointed as the Chief Executive Officer at Denbigh International. Bernard is an IT and business transformation specialist with over thirty years' experience in multinational companies. He is currently an Executive Director in an international consulting company and serves on a number of boards as a Non-Executive Director. In the past decade, Bernard has held many senior leadership roles in Australia, China and Malaysia, including C-level executive positions. He has also spent over twenty years contributing to academia and research as an adjunct professor. Bernard holds a PhD and MCom from the University of NSW, a BSc from the University of Sydney and is a Graduate and Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
|Peter Gort Senior Developer
Peter is a FileMaker Certified Developer. He worked for Apple Computer Australia's Technical Support team for several years and taught "Train The Trainer" courses for several ISP Technical Support teams, as well as teaching the "Train the Trainer" courses for Mac OS X to third party companies at Mac OS X's introduction. Peter has written for "Australian MacWorld" magazine on how to program in AppleScript, as well as several freeware utilities.