Andy Fleming - Founder, Managing Director
Andy has a Bachelor of Cognitive Science, a Postgraduate Diploma in Computer Science and more than 16 years experience in IT development and support for the research and education sectors.
Prior to founding Halogenics Andy spent 11 years as a systems manager and developer at one of Australia's most prominent research institutions, and it was here that his experience and interest in Animal Colony Management systems was developed.
Andy has spent his career designing, developing, implementing and supporting expert systems, and understands that these types of systems cannot work without close consultation with the people who need to use the system on a day-to-day basis.
Glenn Lees - Founder, Director
Glenn holds both a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Laws Degree and has worked extensively with Information Technology in the legal & finance industries. In addition Glenn has practiced as a solicitor in Intellectual Property & Commercial law.
Glenn has a long history of building interactive data systems for a range of businesses, with a strong focus on customer service and improving the processes and usability of software.
If you feel you would be suited to working as a member of our development, support or sales team and want to be part of a dynamic, challenging and enjoyable working environment then we encourage you to contact us.
Potential applicants please note: Halogenics is primarily a software company. We get a lot of requests from Biomedical science graduates, and while we're happy to talk to you, unless you have a background in software development or programming, it's unlikely we'll have a position for you at this time.
In recent years Halogenics has hosted interns from both the RMIT Bachelor of Software Engineering Internship Program and Swinburne Professional Year program.
If you're a student in a recognised program looking for a host company for a software development or programming position, please contact us - we'd love to hear from you.