We are an Indigenous majority-owned enterprise providing clients with an array of innovative, secure and intuitive technology solutions

Goanna Solutions is an Indigenous majority-owned enterprise providing clients with an array of innovative, secure and intuitive technology solutions including software solutions, hardware deployments, consulting services and cyber security offerings, whether directly or via our strong supplier partnerships. We ensure that your needs are met by our solutions, be they off-the-shelf, configured, customised or bespoke.

As an enterprise, we are majority-Indigenous owned and our purpose is to ‘close the digital gap’ by providing an enduring framework to deliver Indigenous people with STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art/design and mathematics) education, training, employment, and entrepreneurial opportunities. As we are certified by Supply Nation and the Indigenous Chamber of Commerce, our clients can meet their Indigenous supplier diversity procurement targets per their Reconciliation Action Plan, Supply Nation or Indigenous Chambers of Commerce memberships, the Australian Government's Indigenous Procurement Program and State equivalents, or similar.

Meet the team of

Corey Brown
Co-Chief Executive Officer
Founder and CEO, Corey Brown, is a Gamilaraay man from Coonabarabran. After the evolution of his existing enterprise, Corey was seeking a brand that would signify his deep connection to his Mother’s country and serve as a recognisable icon for the promotion of Indigenous entrepreneurialism. His totem, the Sand Goanna, served as the perfect source of inspiration.
Anthony Hollis
Co-Chief Executive Officer
Anthony is a lawyer by training, is an experienced executive having held senior executive roles in Australia and overseas with Katasi, Kronos, Time Warner, Canwest (former Network Ten owner), EY, PwC, in investment banking and early stage companies, as well as various board roles, including as Board member of the Northern Sydney Local Health District (where he chairs the Research and Innovation board committee). Anthony was a founding Director of Supply Nation and works closely with Indigenous-owned Integrity Health & Safety.
Liam Harte
Head of Social
A passionate and award-winning advocate for Indigenous autonomy in both business and in health. An Alumni of the Australian Graduate School of Management - University of NSW Business School, Board member of the New South Wales Indigenous Chamber of Commerce, board member of the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District and board member of Goanna Group. Liam has worked alongside Nura Gili Indigenous student start-ups at UNSW and continues to mentor Indigenous businesses nationally.
Matt Browne
Chief Product Officer / Head of Investor Relations
Matt is a highly accomplished and experience digital business leader. He’s held the role of co-Founder & CEO of Donesafe, Co-Founder and Advisor to Whispli, Founding Advisor to MEFleet, Award Winning Strategist in some of Australia's most well-known companies.
David Theodorou
Chief Technology Officer
David Theodorou has been working in the emerging technology space for the past eight years. His professional experience ranges from being the CEO of a full-Service software development company to the CTO for numerous successful technology start-ups. David has worked in the fields of Healthcare, Childcare, KYC and AML, Debt Collection and Government Services and continues to strive for excellence in every initiative he oversees.
Andy Vidler
Head of Presales
Andy began working in the technology industry in 1996. He has gained experience within the retail, investment banking, government and business services sectors. Andy has developed a passion for transformative digital business solutions – the power of transformation through technology has encouraged him to turn his focus to utilising those tools for Indigenous economic development. Andrew completed a Master of Business Administration with Distinction in 2011, he holds a PMI ‘Project Management Professional’ designation, he is a PROSCI qualified Change Management Professional, he has earned from ISACA the ’Certified Information Security Manager’ certification, and he is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Kevin Calitz
Chief Financial Officer
Kev has been involved in the tech and startup space since 2011. His experience prior to entering the world of tech and startups was in Commercial Law and Litigation while he also obtained a Masters in Professional Accounting during that time. Kev is a co-founder of Black Nova Group, a venture builder, which assists in the growth and development of startups by partnering with them and providing various levels of support through the Nebula Program.

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