Our motivation

 

We are motivated to create solutions that support individuals to reach their learning potential.

Lifelong learning is not delivered by any single supplier or online learning environment. Lifelong learning is found through a confluence of experiences, relationships and motivations.

In light of the ever changing and ever increasing digital world, we are working with respected partners to further our knowledge to support individuals take control of their learning.

We are dedicated to helping people harness their learning information to enhance their own future learning opportunities.

 

Our spectrum of solutions span from early childhood through to adult learning.

 

Our projects and software solutions reflect our company’s capacity to continue to innovate, grow and support lifelong learning.

Supporting educators to achieve the very best for their students is always at the foundation of every Momentum Cloud solution.

 
 

Momentum Cloud

Cloud storage and application distribution platform

K-12 Education - Momentum ESR

Student information management system

Early Learning - Momentum EYLF

Student information management system

Goalhub

Goal-based learning and case management platform

 

The Burraga Foundation

 

The Burraga Foundation is enabling all Australians to gain a better understanding of Aboriginal Australia through its innovative MGoals initiative.

Working with local communities and hundreds of schools, The Burraga Foundation brings together Aboriginal people, schools and students to revitalise, share and celebrate local Aboriginal history and culture online.

The Foundation also assists Aboriginal students to achieve improved educational outcomes using technology to enable parents, teachers and students to effectively come together around a student’s goals and learning pathways.

Momentum Cloud as the technology partner of the Burraga Foundation has donated over $1.5m of expenditure in provisioning the Foundation's technology infrastructure and software platform.

We see a reflection of our values in the work that the Burraga Foundation has done in effecting positive change for the public good, and we look forward to supporting their important work into the future.

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Aaron Hughes
Co-founder

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João Almeida
CTO

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Erica Zhang
Senior Developer

Pem Dechen
Co-founder

Dr Tim Wray
Senior UX designer

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Roman Dydiuk
Front-end Developer

Evelyn Hughes
Marketing & Social Media

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Oliver Snowden
General Manager

Funda Gunal
Senior UI Designer

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Madeleine Kingsley
UX/UI

Advisory

Dr Bob Carbines
Bob's experience began in Education in the NSW government sector. Since that time he has held senior positions in government throughout Australia, conducted small businesses and regularly works with clients in management development, both nationally and internationally.

Dr Tim Wyatt
Tim has more than twenty years experience working in senior positions in a number of NSW government agencies. He has also worked for consulting organisations in the United States and Australia in the fields of evaluation review and performance measurement. His international experience includes significant contributions to the OECD's work in reporting educational performance.

 

Terry Hilsberg
Terry Hilsberg became involved in the online education industry in 1998 when he was commissioned by the Australian Government Review of Higher Education Financing and Policy to report upon, amongst other things, the potentially disruptive nature of such education upon the structure of the higher education industry. Subsequently, he began founding, investing in and advising and advising both K-12 and higher education companies. These companies included start-ups such as NextEd, My Internet and Roar Educate. Today he remains an active investor in, and advisor to a number of online education companies.

Tony McAuslan
After working for some of the world's largest companies in Advertising and then Gaming, Tony launched his own start-up business in 2001. Starting from a base of only 3 staff, Tony raised over $25m in venture capital and grew his company to over 80 staff with offices in Sydney, Los Angeles and London. After exiting the company in 2005, Tony went on to work as a Business Development Manager for one of Europe's largest private VC firms, and consulting for clients who are seeking venture capital funds.