Our two senior architects are known for their SharePoint expertise. For full CVs for either one, or for our other consultants, please contact us.

Ishai Sagi

Ishai is our Chief SharePoint Solutions Architect, and heads our information management and custom development team.

A SharePoint expert since 2001, Ishai has worked for several consulting companies and developed many SharePoint solutions.Ishai is one of the few world experts working on SharePoint since its initial release (SharePoint 2001). Ishai is the author of the SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2010 and the SharePoint 2007 "How To" books published by SAMS (Pearson education) and sold internationally in bookshops and online stores. Since 2007 he has been awarded the Microsoft SharePoint Server Most Valuable Professional award by Microsoft, has won two consecutive SharePoint Idol competitions, has multiple SharePoint related certifications, including Microsoft Certifications Technology Specialist with certifications in both SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010 development.

Ishai speaks regularly in SharePoint conferences around the world, including– SharePoint Summit Canada 2011, SharePoint conference Australia 2011, 2012 and 2013, Share conference (Melbourne) 2013 and SharePoint conference Singapore 2010, 2012 and more.

Finally, Ishai is the author of a popular SharePoint development blog: www.sharepoint-tips.com.

Jeremy Taylor

Jeremy is our Chief SharePoint Infrastructure Architect, and heads our infrastructure team.
Jeremy has over 10 years of Infrastructure experience with MCSE, MCTS Microsoft certifications, including SharePoint specific certifications such as Microsoft certified Technology Specialist for SharePoint 2010 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. He has been a SharePoint specific expert since 2006, and has trained for the MCM certification. Jeremy has provided SharePoint support and in-house technical training to Government Departments, Corporates and SMBs in Canberra and Sydney.

Jeremy is a regular blogger and offers technical assistance in forums & discussion groups online. He shares his knowledge on SharePoint administration in his blog - http://www.jeremytaylor.net.