Expert knowledge and strategy with foresight, & without fuss.

Our team takes enormous pride in client collaboration, developing strategic IT roadmaps to pinpoint growth, expansion and success through clever technology application and ideas.

The Aliva Story

From humble beginnings in 2002, Aliva has continued to grow in both size, capability and expertise by delivering customer centric technology and IT services solutions that solve modern business challenges to customers across Australia and the Pacific.

While our team has grown as has our number of engaged customers, we remain true and proud of our small business beginnings and the ability to remain agile, responsive and flexible in an ever-evolving industry.

The Aliva Difference

What sets us apart from the competition is our “no fuss” approach to consulting and conducting business with our clients. Aliva clients welcome our jargon-free, strategic planning consultation process and know that they can rely on us to deliver on our promises every single time.

Our long-term partnerships with our clients and vendors are founded on the highest levels of trust, open communication, and transparency.

The Aliva team is our most valuable asset and we invest heavily in recruitment as well as professional and personal development through our Talent Management Framework. This ensures we have the very best people to provide the very best solutions to our customers.

The Aliva customer portfolio

Our customer portfolio is diverse, spanning a range of industries including commercial, government, education, not-for-profit, and big name businesses such as:

Social Responsibility

Doing the “right thing” is important to Aliva. That’s why we created the Aliva Community Outreach Programme that assists less advantaged members of society.

We also worked with The Cathy Freeman Foundation to deliver 600 Panasonic Toughbook repurposed computers to Indigenous students on Palm Island as a means of “closing the gap” on digital engagement in education.

Staff are engaged in social awareness programs and participate and raise funds for Mater Chicks in Pink, RSPCA, Cystic Fibrosis, Micah Projects, and more.

Aliva’s Managing Director, David Hawley, even participated in “Tour de Cure’s” 2012 to 2016 annual bicycle rides through regional Australia, individually raising more than $30,000 for cancer research and awareness programs directly benefiting regional centres in Australia.

Our social responsibility efforts have been recognised with the Lord Mayor’s Brisbane City Council Award for Corporate Citizenship (2013).