We are proud to announce that Outware has made the BRW Fast 100 list for the third year in a row.

The past 12 months have seen important achievements at Outware in a number of different areas:

  • Our team has grown by over 20 per cent, with significant growth in our Sydney team.
  • We have been fortunate to partner with some amazing clients to deliver outstanding mobile experiences. Some of our recent projects include: Opal Travel 2.0, CityLink, Officeworks, NAB, GoodFood, and the Australian Financial Review.
  • Our Melbourne headquarters relocated to the CBD to accommodate our ever-growing team. Our headquarters are now colocated with Melbourne IT and Infoready, as part of our integration into the broader MIT Enterprise Services Group.

By building strong partnerships with our clients, we have been able to deliver industry-leading mobile experiences that positively impact the daily lives of Australians. We are passionate about embracing new technologies and nurturing our team’s creative and technical skills, and look forward to growing our portfolio further with future projects and initiatives. Thanks to our clients, our partners, and the Outware team for your continued support of our vision. We are pleased to be able to share our success with you.


This October, Outware is proudly sponsoring YOW! Connected, an innovative conference exploring the world of mobile development and Internet of Things. With 32 high-calibre speakers, and topics such as native development for iOS and Android, backend development, the growing market for IoT, UX & design, and reviews of several business case studies, you’ll find lots to learn about and be inspired by.

The conference runs from 5-6 October, at the Jasper Hotel in Melbourne.

Tickets available here.

Snap Send Solve on Channel 10 News

Snap Send Solve was featured on the Channel 10 News, Channel 7 News and the Herald Sun recently!

Snap Send Solve is about solving problems. We understand that when people see a problem, such as graffiti, hard rubbish, fallen trees, broken playground equipment, water leaks or potholes on the street, they might not know who is responsible for getting it fixed.

By categorising incident types and assigning them to the appropriate service provider based on the user’s location, Snap Send Solve makes reporting issues a quick and simple thing to do. It also gives users the satisfaction of contributing to getting things fixed in their local communities.

The app is available on both the App Store and Google Play, and is used by over 60,000 people around Australia.

With over 40,000 reports submitted via the app in the past six months, Snap Send Solve helps users report issues to their local councils and service providers in a quick and easy way.

(Updated 29 July)