Our Story

Founders Joe Mammoliti and Nigel Carruthers-Taylor launched iCognition in 2003 with a vision to be trusted advisors in information management and governance (IMG) at an enterprise level.

From their base in Australia’s Capital City of Canberra, the pair were able to grow the organisation up the east coast with offices in Canberra, Sydney and Brisbane, and assist a growing base of Federal, State/Territory and Local Government agencies with their IMG implementations. They have now expanded into the regulated industries sector, including financial services, universities and not-for-profit organisations.

iCognition is one of the most well-respected global resellers of OpenText Content Manager, formerly known as TRIM or Records Manager, and has overseen over 500 enterprise information and governance implementations in the last two decades.

The company offers an award-winning, ISO27001-certified and IRAP assessed EDRMS product called EDRMSaaS.Cloud, as well as a range of off-the-shelf solutions for the OpenText Content Manager. In recognition of their work, in 2021 iCognition was awarded OpenText (formerly Micro Focus) Partner of the Year for Australia and New Zealand. Understanding the vital position of Microsoft 365 to their clients they have also become a Microsoft Silver Partner and offer compliance solutions for Microsoft 365.

In 2022 iCognition expanded its services to help their clients become more cyber resilient by identifying and managing security and privacy risks in client content. As part of this move iCognition achieved Platinum Partner status for OpenText Voltage Fusion.

Modern Slavery Statement

iCognition is committed to eliminating modern slavery in all its forms. iCognition is continuously improving strategies to identify and mitigate modern slavery risks. iCognition recognises that safeguarding human rights across our operations and supply chains is an area of great importance to our team members, shareholders, customers and the communities where we operate. There is both a moral and a business case for the steps we are taking to identify, report, address and ultimately eliminate any exploitation of vulnerable people with whom we may be involved, directly or indirectly, overseas or at home.

This Modern Slavery Statement is made in accordance with the Australian Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth) and section 54 of The Modern Slavery Act (2015).

Our team provides tailored solutions using the best technology.