The Web4.0 vision is the brainchild of Tim Whitmore.
Since Tim's first IT project at State Bank Victoria back in 1992 he has gained extensive experience in the software development industry and built a career in delivering IT solutions for individuals and large companies alike.
Starting out as an employee in the public sector, then an independent contractor/consultant in the private sector, Tim now runs his own IT business. Having established his operation over the last 6 years he now focuses exclusively on managing website projects and growing the business, leaving the "hands-on" design and development effort to a group of cutting-edge professionals.
The specific needs of a client brief dictate the make-up of each project.
Web4.0 has devised an open business model that recruits specialist designers, developers and technicians active in the software development field to work on specific projects.
The specific needs of a client brief dictate the make-up of each project. After assembling the right resource mix, Tim delivers the desired solution and then manages the website online.
Adopting proven software development methodologies that have delivered some of the most complex IT solutions around the world, Tim has established a working environment that is both structured but highly flexible. Being able to scale up or down as the situation dictates means that Web 4.0 is fully equipped to deliver quality websites of any complexity.
In the eyes of Web4.0, the World Wide Web of the future will be a "thinking-man's web".
Advancements in technology mean that just about anything is possible. Realising that potential will be those that understand the fundamental reason for the Internet's existence – to solve a problem or capture an opportunity. Both of these endeavours require you to think first and act later.